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High adventure in the Savage Land! The X-Men discover a wondrous and advanced new civilization when they return to the isolated, Antarctic jungle - but it's none-too-friendly toward humans... or mutants! And could the X-Men have unintentionally helped them take their first steps toward world domination? Plus: The team gains a highly unexpected new member!

Collects The Uncanny X-Men (1963) #455-461.


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Despite a VERY misleading cover, a fun book you should pick up 0

My comic shop recommends that if you're going to read the backstory trades on the X-Men that you should start from Deadly Genesis.  I disagree.  I think that both Morrison's and Whedon's runs on the X-Men are great jumping off points for the modern stories.  However, I think that anyone catching up on the X-Men should AT LEAST start with Chris Claremon't return in these X-Men: The New Age TPs.  (The onlybummer - some of them can be hard/expensive to find) I mentioned in my vol 2 review that we s...

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