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Wow! I really loved this issue! I have to admit that (like the New Mutants graphic novel) this was a pain to find, especially IN FIRST PRINT!!!anyways the plot is pretty smooth, the Purifiers (still present in x-men comics) are killing mutants and are ready to cause genocides of mutants! OMG I hate them! And yeah the x-men were on thin ice in this issue, especially since the all risked their deaths! I got so scared for Storm and Cyclops, they were sooooooo close to dying! But overall this issue ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
God Loves, Man Kills is a rare, remarkable treasure from the Bronze Age of comics, a time seemingly unfettered by creative restraints and ubiquitous events. Claremont delivers a powerful story regardless of whatever metaphorical layers audiences and critics want to lay on it - it transcends them all, primarily because it is such a good X-Men story utilizing the characters so well. Part of the success of the story is Claremont's fairness to religion in general: Stryker does not represent all re...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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