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While I have not seen the X-Men: Day of Future Past move yet, at least one plot point sounds very familiar to a plot point involved in a different "X-Men/Time Travel" story. Minor DOFP spoilers after the cut.

X-MEN #41 (Vol 2) was LegionQuest, the prologue to Age of Apocalypse.



In DOFP, as a result of time travel, the world become aware of the "mutant menace" decades earlier than they "should" have. Something similar happens in "LegionQuest," the prologue to "Age of Apocalypse."

X-Men #41 - Page 10

All right, the Legion/Magneto fight causes Apocalypse to act earlier than he did in the main timeline. This is even fixed in X-MEN OMEGA, where there is no massive televised fight so almost everything is as it was. This massive battle is more of a catalyst than "just" Legion accidentally killing Charles Xavier.
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