marvelguy15's X-Men #4 - Curse of the Mutants, Part 4 review

X-Men #4 Review

    

  So I have been enjoying  Victor Gischler & Paco Medina's new  X-Men book quite thoroughly up to this point, but I found that nothing reaally happend in this issue. I like the parts where Cyclops continues to be the tactiction that he has been over the last few years. I also liked the point of this book where Cyclops broke a handful of X-Men into unusual teams and that was followed by a cool scence with Angel & Blade. From there a hideout is found and a scence reminisent of an episode of Star Trek where both captians of a ship argue before battle. The rest of the book was supposed to  build tension, but I did not feel this tension
   . 3/5
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