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AVX TIE-IN The Avengers and X-Men take their battles world-wide. As the battle splashes over to the Tabula Rasa, the X-Men make a stand against the Avengers in order to defend the enigmatic location.

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From Tapeworms to Space Kitties. Sorry Warpath 0

The Good: The issue was great actually. We get very little of Scott here as the focus shifts to another character for a change giving it some fresh air (even though he is my favorite character). We get to see 2 sides of Namor that should be shown more often. We see a smart side when he shows his tactical knowledge in warfare and we see plenty of humorous lines with him. Gillen also managed to write the Thing very well in this issue. We get the return of the Savage and the Tapeworm Queen who also...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

This issue is phenomenal!!! 0

This is issue 12 of Uncanny X-men and yet again is a AVX tie in. This issue features Namor, Sunspot and Hepzibah journeying into Tabula Rasa in search of Hope and they meet She Hulk, Luke Cage and Thing.The cover is Great and like the previous one made me want to pick the issue up and I love the bits of rock being chucked up into the air. The story is great it is vey well done. I thought it was great to see Hepzibah in a comic she isn't really featured in many comics and she is very well written...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Comic Review -- Uncanny X-Men #12 / Kieron Gillen, Greg Land, Jay 0

Originally posted on my blog, The Comics Cove, not too long ago...There are points in the Avengers vs. X-Men event--particularly in the main series--that I've all but given up hope for a decent, well-told epic that involves so many characters and locales. Then we get little parallel stories like the one in Uncanny X-Men #12, that may as well be part of the main narrative, that are well written segments of the arc that really pop. It makes me more certain than ever that this kind of story can wor...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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