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X-Men #28 Review 0

X-Men #28 ReviewOverview:X-Men+ Spider-Man+ most of the Fantastic Four+ Skrulls+ a whole issue centering on Pixie =Win!The Good:This issue was great, Victor Grischler created a really good story that not only centers on Pixie (a horribly underused and awesome character) but also has continuity!!! This issue has Skrulls, which brings part of the Secret Invasion event with it, in a good way; it also references the adventure the X-Men and FF had just before Regenesis to the other dimension. This is...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Not That Impressed. 0

So, like, the clock is ticking for Gischlers sad departure from X-Men AKA Security Recon, well, i guess all good things gotta come to an end, right ? The issue itself starts off with New X-Man-turned-Light-turned-Fully fledged X-Man, Pixie staring up at the famous Baxter Building. Now, I'm not exactly a fan of Pixie, in fact, i strongly dislike the character, but Gischler made me renew my love for good ole' Jubilation, so, making me like Megan wasn't that much of a mission.Security Recon #28 Up...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Goodbye X-Men Vol 3 0

I've been complaining for ages that there were too many X-Men books. Looks like I've finally been proven right. X-Men volume three is just a series of X-Men stories that could take place any time. And when it's time to cut monthly books to fit in great stuff like BKV's Saga or Hickman's The Manhattan Projects the book that doesn't contribute anything to the overall story gets the cut.Of course, that's not my only beef with X-Men Vol 3. I haven't exactly been a huge fan of the generic plots the b...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Comic Review -- X-Men #28 / Victor Gischler, Will Conrad, & Guru 0

Originally posted on my blog, The Comics Cove, not too long ago...While I'm these days more than a little sick of Skrull covers, I will say that this is one gorgeous cover. Of course, I'm also probably a little biased in favor of just about anything Will Conrad does. The dark tones and foreboding leers of the Skrullified X-Men makes even the presumably light-hearted presence of Spider-Man take on an air of intensity and desperation. Very well done.We start off with Pixie teleporting a man into t...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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