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Overall: TL:DW- I really enjoyed the issue and the art, while it took me a little to get used to, is something I'm liking the more I see it. Story was good, pacing was decent, but Spider-Man was written very weird, to me. At least in comparison to the current ASM run with Dan Slott. 4/5...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
No i'm not making a funny Family Guy joke with naming it this however I was thinking of American Dad (you know American Dad the show that tried to be political but said forget it and has become a phenomena ever since by mirroring the first 4 season of good Family Guy sans the forgotten good cutaways, while Family Guy tried being political for the the last 3 and never got the memo from AD about politics not being funny yet still tries to cram Macfarlane's views down our throats) when I was givin...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
X-Men #8 continues the search of the "lizard problem," introduced in the last issue, by Storm's detective team (which includes Wolverine, Spiderman, Gambit, and Emma Frost). It is executed in the classic style of X-Men comics, which I really appreciate--that is, the X-Men taking the fight to the enemy, instead of the other way around, and actually serving to protect humans. Within the last few years, the X-Men have been so focused on survival that we do not get many stories like this one, and fo...5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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