Uncanny X-Men #7

    Uncanny X-Men » Uncanny X-Men #7 released by Marvel on August 2013.

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    Dormammu's machinations have pulled all of the UNCANNY X-MEN into the hellish dimension LIMBO!

    Can Magik match the evil demon's lord's sorcery? Is she even on the X-Men's side anymore?



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    In Need of a Doctor 0

    This has been a series that I just picked up recently, having not long read the back issues. It has however been amazing me, and although it's not as fun, or exciting as All-New X-Men, it has overall probably been more consistent, and maybe even a little bit better.PlotMagik goes to Doctor Strange for help, and tells him about the X-Men's battle against Dormammu.ReviewThis was yet another brilliant issue, but it wasn't as good as the last couple, and was actually slightly disappointing. After th...

    11 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    "OOH OOH OOH its Magik!" Uncanny X-Men issue 7 0

    Cover Art: 5/5 Frazer Irving does a spot on job capturing the essence and the feel of Magik in her "Limbo" look. This to me is not about proper proportions, or facial expressions, this to me is a true piece of art in itself. This image creates emotion, has depth, meaning. I love it.Story Art: 5/5 I have come to appreciate why Irving was chosen to represent the X-Men while in Limbo, and through this ethereal adventure they are currently on. The first two pages create this calming fee...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Now this is more like it 0

    Bendis has a tendency to really decompress his stories. This time he didn't. So much happens in this issue. There is great character development, real tension regarding what will happen to this current band of misfits, and huge payoffs. Bendis also manages to sneak in a few moments of humor that work wonders (Oh, Goldballs, never learn to control your powers.) And Irving's art is perfect for Limbo.The new recruits may not be the most fleshed out characters yet, but they feel more real than...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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