X-Men: Schism #4

    X-Men: Schism » X-Men: Schism #4 - Schism, Part Four released by Marvel on November 21, 2011.

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    The events of Schism #1 have launched the world into turmoil, and the all-new Hellfire Club is ready to take advantage of the chaos. But when the survival of the mutant race is on the line, just how far will the X-Men go? Once a line is crossed, there’s no going back. The event that promises to tear the X-Men apart at their very core continues, by writer and Marvel Architect Jason Aaron, and superstar artist Alan Davis!


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    I Think AoA Logan Would Point Out a Flaw in This Strategy 0

    Mercifully ditching the Hellfire Kiddie Club, X-Men: Schism takes a sharp rise in quality only to then stumble again when the big moment between Cyclops and Wolverine finally arrives.I have been saying from the beginning that there is a really good story here that just needs to be allowed to come out, and finally, with the exclusion of Jason Aaron's ill conceived Hellfire Club subplot, that gets to happen. We are back to focusing on the divide between Cyclops and Wolverine, which finally manages...

    6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    "Schism" finally feels important! 0

    So this is where it all hits the fan? "X-Men: Schism" #4 is the issue I've been waiting for. After a strong first issue, Jason Aaron's game changing mini-series has been good but never sold me on it's premise that "things will never be the same". Here that claim is given teeth when Wolverine and Cyclops' relationship takes a violent turn as their different philosophies and heated history comes to a head amid a looming threat that could wipe Utopia off the map. Sound a bit dramatic? Well, it is ...

    5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Schism #4 - Is It Too Late? 0

    Schism #4 is finally here and I gotta say: it's a puzzle. It's better than most of the issues, and the geniuses are apparently gone, but after our roller-coaster ride we must ask ourselves: was all that travesty needed, and most importantly, will Schism make it up fast enough?WARNING:Full of Spoilers.The ArtNot great, not terribly bad. The rendition of the young characters is most of times atrocious, and most of them (I am looking at YOU, Idie) look far older than they should. There are some awe...

    5 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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