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The Acolytes seek out Magneto in Asteroid M, pledging to serve him in his cause. But does Magneto even still have a cause? If he does, will the X-Men have cause to oppose it?

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3.63 stars 3.63/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews

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Preface:This is THE first X-men comic ive read in my life. So i was excited to see what all the buzz was about.Quick Review (no spoilers):So i have to say that i really enjoyed this issue. the word that comes to mind was "fun". It was, however, very wordy but i guess that is to be expected being written by Chris Claremont. The art is incredible thanks to Jim Lee and you can definitely see how this is one of his acclaimed works. The story revolves round none other than Magneto and he was my favor...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Third Genesis? 0

This is a comic whose reputation truly precedes it. The X-men here are approaching the incredible peak of their popularity. Jim Lee was the wunderkind setting the world on fire, and Mr. Claremont was still venerated as the definitive X-men writer. This is also a book knee deep in the 90's. Many of the books from this decade did not age well, but this one doesn't fare too badly. The story concerns the classic X-men/Magneto rivalry, with the interesting twist of a new team of evil allies for Magne...

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.
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