The Exogenetic, Part 1 wiki last edited by comicguy2 on 07/25/13 08:51PM View full history

Abigail Brand, director of S.W.O.R.D., has been in some sticky situations, and she isn’t the type who asks for help to get out of them. But when you’re careening towards Earth in the cockpit of a damaged spaceship after being attacked on an exploding asteroid 7.5 million miles from Earth…it’s time to call the X-Men. They might not have much of a plan, or much of a chance, but that’s certainly never stopped them before. Superstar artist Phil Jimenez joins writer Warren Ellis for the second arc of the mind-bending ongoing series!

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  Well Let me start of saying Wow this has got to be the most frustrating comic in history!  Wolverine's torso is awful it looks like (No Offense intended) he has breasts! Seriously if your going to draw a woman wolverine just draw lady deathstrike!  OVERALL, Its a good comic if you like lady deathstrike! ...

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 Spoiler heavy. Do not read ahead if you have not read the comic. This is a pretty comprehensive break down of the comic. ********** Am I seriously the only person with a manic smile on my face for all of this?  This is my bag, baby! The long time X-Men fan girl who lives somewhere in the pit of my stomach must have been tearing her clothes off all Hulk Stylee! After months up on months of SECRET reveals, SECRET history's and SECRET effing Invasions just seeing the X-Men doing a good old fashion...

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