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The truth behind the mutant babies of Karere township is discovered -- an innocent man who might also doom the town, if not the whole of Africa, by accident. The X-Men have to put themselves between two armies to save a mutant who might not be worth saving...

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Xenogenesis Review 0

I like the X-Men. I love Warren Ellis . I did not like or love this story. One of the great things about Ellis's work, is his ability to comment on social issues and tie it in nicely to his books. Transmetropolitan and The Authority spring to mind. However, his story telling style is completely out of place in this book.While the premise is good, and there are certainly social issues that can be addressed by the X-men, it just doesn't work here. I am not trying to make light of the genocide prob...

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Shouldn't He Be President Crocodile Now? 0

Xenogenesis finally comes to an end and finishes as surprisingly one of the best Astonishing X-Men story arcs so far. Warren Ellis puts some old Captain Britain mythos to fresh and creative use while the art of Kaare Andrews makes just about every page full of entertaining visuals.  What makes it so surprising that this story arc is good is that so often stories that dredge up the old Alan Moore Captain Britain material are terrible. These stories are usually done by creators so in love with tho...

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