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The X-Men have an infectious, killer disease. What could possibly mean enough to make them break quarantine and risk exposing the world? And when that plague cuts them off from their powers, what would be the use of doing so anyway? Cyclops has his answers. You can make up your own mind. Meanwhile, Emma Frost and Sebastian Shaw finish their physical debate... and the final words will change their relationship forever.


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Review: Uncanny X-Men #534 0

With the flu saturated to its worst intensity, Emma and Cyke get more aggressive about putting Shaw and the Lobe down.  The Good John Sublime and his U-Men were some of my favorite villains from Grant Morison's New X-Men run, so I'm so pleased to see their threat mutating into these "designer casual" mutant huffers. While Emma's bloodless solution to Shaw was really cool, it's Cyclops nasty counter maneuver on the Lobe's virus play that really made this for me. Nothing like turning you enemy's ...

15 out of 17 found this review helpful.

"Now...who shall I be today?" 0

After almost six months of build up, we are finally here--the end of the "Quarantine" story arc and the resolution of a few plots which have, it seems, been dragging on for a while now. This, the 534th issue of Uncanny X-Men, adequately delivers in its resolution, and has a few great scenes, but I feel like it is pretty "surface level" entertainment. Nothing shocked me. Not even the last scene, which I have been expecting for a few issues. All in all, the issue works well and accomplishes its go...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

A Surprisingly Solid Read From Fraction 0

Matt Fraction brings his Quarantine story arc to an end in this issue, completing what is probably the most satisfying story arc of his Uncanny X-Men run.  When it comes to Fraction's Uncanny X-Men run, I have not been a big fan. The one word I would use to describe it all is underwhelming. His stories tend to drag along and feel unfocused, obscuring whatever interesting ideas happen to be in them. He often seems more interested in writing his science team, Pixie and Namor rather than... the act...

8 out of 9 found this review helpful.
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