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Comic Review: X-Treme X-Men #1

X-Treme X-Men #1X-Treme X-Men #1
Written by Greg Pak
Pencils by Stephen Segovia
Inks by Dennis Crisostomo
Colors by Jessica Kholinne
Letters by VC’s Joe Sabino
Covers by Julian Totino Tedesco and Salvador LaRrocca with Marte Garcia
Marvel Comics
Release Date: Jul 25, 2012
Cover Price: $2.99

After reading X-Treme X-Men #1, we found myself doing something we haven’t finished in years….actually CARING about a X-Men. Although I’m a outrageous fan of “The Wolverine,” a X-Men as a whole, seems to gimlet me. we haven’t unequivocally cared about them given a late 80s/early 90s when it was Beast, Angel, Cyclops, Marvel Girl, and Iceman. I’ve attempted a garland of differnt times to get behind into them, roughly each reboot or restart, to destroy time and time again…until now.

Writer Greg Pak writes a VERY interesting initial issue, indeed a really interesting emanate in general, here putting a spin on a X-Men group that we haven’t utterly gotten before. A group of X-Men from a opposite dimension are sent on a goal by a Charles Xavier floating conduct to destroy 10 opposite Charles Xaviers opposite a multiverse.

Also, did we discuss they have a teammate from a Marvel 616 universe? NO? Well, they do. And it’s a many overwhelming mutant ever created. Yes, it’s Dazzler. Honest to God, Dazzler is THE stand-out impression in this emanate and Pak writes her perfectly. we would totally review a standalone Dazzler array created by him. The rest of a expel is Wolverine, Emma Frost, and Nightcrawler (all from an swap universe) mix uneasily with Dazzler and that’s overtly half a fun. My usually genuine censure about a emanate is that 3/4′s of a group are from a swap star while Dazzler, is from “our” universe. So, fundamentally 3 of them are on a same page, though not Dazzler. we wish in destiny issues, they collect adult some some-more teammates from opposite universes, so there’s a small some-more tragedy in a team.

Artist Stephen Segovia is illusory here. I’ve favourite his work on Dark Wolverine and it’s even improved here. You can tell he’s totally during home with a group book, and all his pages are laid out great. Nobody gets brief altered on shade time here, that is great. He also does a illusory pursuit portraying a few swap universes that we see a glance off. He gets to cgange some informed costumes for a swap universes and he does an well-developed pursuit with these. Fantastic art!!

I would rarely suggest picking this emanate up. It’s fun, exciting, and only a good comic in general. Whether you’re a revolutionary X-Men fan or not, there’s something for we here. we overtly wish this pretension is around for a prolonged while, since it’s a one X-Men pretension that I’ll buy for a duration. Highly recommended.

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