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X-Men #32 Review 0

X-Men #32 ReviewOverview:The team learns more about proto-mutants and disagreements threaten to break the team apart.The Good:The story picks up exactly where the last issue starts, and the team is able to capture the proto-mutant, Ister. As far as the story goes, it is getting better as the action picks up and exposition lessens, or at least becomes less boring. One of the best things about the issue is the tension between Storm and Colossus. Storm is well known as a great leader and Colossus u...

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Now, if you're familiar with my reviews you'll expect the usual OP of thanks. Thank you Brian Wood and David Lopez for making this book a dynamite in only three issues, every single panel and page has been a blast, with the up-cming Marvel NOW! regime coming, it is unclear as to whether this book and it's creative team wil still be around, but i'm enjoying every moment until then, like the title clearly states, this issue was A-MAY-ZING.Issue starts off with Storm buying Psylocke some precious t...

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