X-Treme X-Men #1

    X-Treme X-Men » X-Treme X-Men #1 released by Marvel on September 1, 2012.

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    Spinning out of the pages of ASTONISHING X-MEN!

    Travel the multiverse with Captain Howlett, Kid Nightcrawler, and Emmeline Frost!

    Which X-Men will be lost between dimensions…with no guaranteed way home?


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    Pak and Segovia land a great new series with a lot of potential! 0

    Recommended!When I saw that this was available this past week, I was on the fence. At first I decided that I would not pick it up, but then, as I perused the stacks of comics in the store, I decided to grab it.I have to say, that the art is beautiful. I took the time to just “look at it” after reading through once, and without concentrating on the words, it is really quite nice.There is a sound concept here, almost edging towards “Marvel Cosmic”. Alternate universes, multi-verses, etc. are all t...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    X-Treme X-men 0

    To those of you who are sick of the over saturation of X-books take a deep breath and relax because X-Treme X-men isn't just simply another X-Book.The Good:Greg Pak opens the story action packed and ends it on an interesting note like a true craftsman.We only get a brief look in this story at the 3 characters on the cover but in the brief time we get to know them you have at least one reason to like each of them.Dazzler fans can rejoice as it looks as though at least for this story arc she will ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    It's X-Treme, baby. 0

    First off, big thanks to Greg Pak and Stephen Segovia for making this a great first issue.So, as had been mentioned a couple months earlier, a new X-Series was put into the works with the title of "X-Treme X-Men". Now, most of us thought that it had to be a continuation of the incomparable former series which was under the pen of Chris Claremont, that followed the adventures of Storm, Rogue and a couple other X-Men on globe-trotting adventures, we were wrong.It was later confirmed that this was ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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