X-Men #4

    X-Men » X-Men #4 released by Marvel on October 2013.

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    After the game-changing events of PRIMER, the women of the X-Men must contemplate the future of their makeshift team.

    Are the X-women ready for the BATTLE OF THE ATOM that's right around the corner?

    Meanwhile: Jubilee may still look like a kid, but she finds herself burdened with some very adult responsibilities. What kind of plans can a mutant vampire teen mom make for her own future?



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    A Trip to California 0

    Although this series has only had a few issues it has grabbed my attention, becoming one of my favourite current series. The all female team has been very interesting, as although the first story had an abrupt ending, it was exciting, and I hope the series continue to get even better.PlotWolverine joins Jubilee, and Shogo on a trip to California, whilst the other female X-Men try and help a falling air plane that has engine fire.ReviewThis was an amazing issue, and although not quite as exciting...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Day Trip! 0

    X-Men, the all-female X-Men, is easily my favorite X-title out there right now. It's only four issues in, but I love the team makeup and the characters therein. This issue starts to deal with the fallout of the whole Arkea Prime three part arc that introduced this team. And yes, it seems that in the book they are now recognizing themselves as an official team. We are also seeing some Alpha Female personalities emerge, which I like. It seems Storm considers herself the de-facto leader of th...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    An absolutely stunning issue. 0

    This was originally reviewed at my blog here.Issue #4 marks the start of a new arc in the series, although things are somewhat in a transition phase right now. To understand what this issue is about, all one needs to do is just look at the cover. It explains everything. Having read the Victor Gischler X-Men run where Jubilee first turns into a Vampire and Logan goes after her to bring her back to her family, I definitely wanted to see how Wood would deal with their father-daughter-esque or broth...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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