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The birth rate is climbing in the small African village of Karere...and these newborns are anything but normal: infants made of steel, infants only partially visible to the eye, infants who combust and destroy city blocks. Hoping to witness the rebirth of the mutant species, the X-Men go to investigate. But what they find may just be something far more sinister and dangerous...and familiar.



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Better than the last issue 0

As the title of this issue suggests, i think this issue is a vast improvement on the last issue but not without its own new faults. The Story  The Story here doesn't really advance that much from the last issue however, the reason I think this issue is an improvement on the last issue is because all the characters seem to actually be in character.  I especially liked Emma and Scott's interaction after she telepathically forced some soldiers to leave  "What? I didn't do anything darling... Don't ...

6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Radioactive babies 0

What you have to know - The Astonishing X-men fly to a small village in the African continent to investigate a curious case of possibly mutant babies birth off the scale and the moment they´d arrived, they were welcomed by a militia garrison. The Good - Though I´m not a huge fan of Kaare Andrew's art, I got to admit he did a good job in this issue, he has improved his drawings (the first 4 pages are very cool - I think it´s the best Armor I´ve ever seen and a very interesting battle scene), his...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Radioactive Babies 0

Astonishing X-Men Xenogenisis #2 of 5 I love Warren Ellis.   The art in this book just leave a bad taste in your mouth.   My buddy that usually reads all my comics had enough of trashy-slut, Bratzz Doll Emma Frost in the first issue that he didn’t even want to bother scanning this one.   You can’t just blame Andrews art on this, but for some reason Emma is the only one that is depicted this way in the entire issue.   The writing in this book to me isn’t up to the standards I hold Ellis to, much...

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