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Who are the Evolutionaries and why doesn’t anyone remember when they fought Xavier and his original five X-Men? Cyclops and his crew on Utopia better figure out quick or the Evolutionaries are going to wipe out every human on the planet. That’s right, every HUMAN. Two issues of this huge story this month both showing X-Men/Evolutionary actionin the past and in the present. And it’s all thanks to Christopher Yost (X-FORCE), amazing regular artist Paco Medina and the always classic Dalibor Talijic (HITMONKEY)!


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True Transition... 0

Cover:   Meh.  I did like the previous colors and I'm saddened to say that although that one had too much color, this one has too little.  Perhaps it's the dull background that cause me to feel this way about this cover.  The Good:   And as usually stated, don't judge a book by it's cover because in this case, you'd be missing an awesome story.  As a scientist, this is one of the coolest and most original stories that I have read so far coming from X-Men (which is based on biological concepts ...

3 out of 5 found this review helpful.


This is the third book that is mostly exposition although there is also quite a bit of frenetic action.  Also, how many times do they have to do to 2.5 million years ago?  Still, I can feel it coming to a head so I think we're still in good shape pacing-wise.  I liked that the Evolutionaries went from Xavier to Magneto.  Also, having just read Onslaught and how Scarlett Witch dealt with her self esteem, etc while part of the Brotherhood, I think they got her characterization perfect. Also, consi...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

A solid story that takes a serious step backwards... 0

X-Men #13 is the third part of Chris Yost's "First to Last" storyline. I've thoroughly enjoyed the first two installments and had fairly high expectations for this one. And while there is some enjoyment to be found here, this issue lacks the polish and overall satisfaction of the previous two.  Yost does move his story along and sets up the next issue well. But the book can feel uneven and sometimes disjointed. You can tell this is a transition issue focused more on the "then" than the "now". U...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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