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Today's lesson: Aliens!! 0

THE PLOT We see more of this mysterious alien threat targeting Broo and his mission. "My name is Professor Xanto Starblood. And I'm on a mission of science." Back in Kitty's abdomen, Warbird and Iceman attempt to restrain the now Brood-infected Kid Gladiator. Beast decides that the fastest way to rid Kitty of the Brood is to blow up the egg sack attached to her. Professor Starblood tells Broo that compassion is not a trait for the Brood to have, and that Broo is upsetting the natural order of...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Kid Brood is a target 0

This is my video review for Wolverine and the X-men issue 7. In this issue the X-men try to help Kitty with the Brood infection....

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A New Low 0

Congratulations, Mr. Aaron, you've finally disgusted me to the point of incoherence.From it's inception I've been reading this title only grudgingly at best, and I can now say without hesitation that they have all been utterly and completely horrible. The writing is absolute trash, and it's really rather depressing that this is what we, as comic fans, are expected to buy. To those of you who have liked this title thus far, I'm desperately jealous- I honestly wish that I had the ability to enjoy ...

1 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Marvel still needs editors, but they've got colorists! 0

What a fantastically colorful issue! Busy, action-filled artwork. Colorful outer space casinos, bamf, energy blasts, fight scenes - you name it. Everything is out of control and it's all inside out. Readers who don't like this issue (or title) are probably the sullen types who prefer sulky, soap opera drama trauma comics. The best thing about this title is the fun and zany chaos. I grant that at points it is downright juvenile, but generally it's quite enjoyable. This issue concludes a storyarc ...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Suck it, alien pinheads 0

Yup... that's about the pinnacle of inspired dialogue in this one. Where are the 5 stars coming from? The artwork i can best describe as what you might find in a 5-year old's coloring book... overly cute character work, generic paneling and backgrounds, and coloring limited to the 32 count in your crayola box. Just all blah.I was so pumped for this series after the first 4 issues. But reading issues 5 thru 7 just totally killed it. I see Bachalo is back for issue 8, so i'll see how much longer ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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