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Sixteen million mutants dead - and that was just the beginning! In one bold stroke, writer Grant Morrison (All-Star Superman, Batman) propelled the X-Men into the 21st century - masterminding a challenging new direction for Marvel's mutant heroes that began with the destruction of Genosha and never let up. Regarded as the most innovative thinker of the current comic-book renaissance, Morrison proceeded to turn the mutant-hero genre on its ear. Gone were the gaudy spandex costumes - replaced by slick, black leather and an attitude to match. Now, his entire Eisner Award-nominated run on New X-Men is collected across three titanic trade paperbacks!

Collects New X-Men #142-154.


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A Crazy End to Morrison's New X-Men Run 0

This review has a lot of spoilers because of the fact that it's collecting something like a year's worth of issues.  If we were going issue by issue, I'd be able to talk about issue 9's spoilers in issue 10's review if they had relevance.  This volume starts off a little after the last one.  Some stuff has happened "off screen" and we pick up with Summers in a bar.  This volume gets pretty crazy pretty quickly and it's definitely a solid ending to his run.  But I missed out on some clues, appare...

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