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Cyclops and his X-Men investigate Tabula Rasa, a newly discovered area of the Marvel Universe where evolution has run rampant. The Immortal Man plans to show the X-Men just how out of date homo superior really are, but the evolutionary jungle's secrets are revealed as a new ally helps the X-Men face their newfound foe - and Namor does the unthinkable to save the day! Then, it's a prison break, X-Men-style - guest-starring the Avengers! And the X-Men battle the galactic genocidal foe known as Unit - but what's behind Unit's sinister interest in Hope? Kieron Gillen's groundbreaking run continues! Collecting UNCANNY X-MEN (2012) #5-10.

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A Tad Too Consistent 0

In the eyes of readers, consistency is generally a good thing. It means we're getting more of what we enjoy, and we like that (obviously). But, there comes a point when consistency can override or start to chip at a good thing. Take Uncanny X-Men Volume 2 for example.As I said in my previous review, the first volume of this series was very intellectual and enjoyable, despite a couple of minor hindrances. The dialogue spoke to the classic Astonishing X-Men Whedon arc, and there were some really ...

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