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I hate backup stories. 0

This book did not move me much in any way. No hate, no love, just eh.I guess it fulfilled it's purpose by setting the stage, but the whole idea of what it's setting the stage for worries me.A cross-over summer event told in 8-page backup stories? Seriously?I am doing my best to reserve judgment until the individual parts start coming out.One thing I sorta liked was the art style. When I first opened the book, I immediately thought that Scot Eaton's art was similar to Steve Epting's style in C...

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On the verge of extinction 0

There's cross overs and then there's X-Men Cross Overs. All X-Men fans know what I mean. Every time we get an X-Men cross over, we expect something of monumental proportions to happen. They also have a tendency to involve story plots that are sometimes a decade old or more. And of course we love it. We don't care if most of today's fans weren't reading X-Men when that particular plot even started.This one doesn't seem to involve anything that far back... but it does involve a storyline that was ...

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ITs good but has too much DON'T CARE in it 0

I really have to say overall i liked it, but there is a lot that could be added and removed! Like the death of the mutant was sad and all, but they emphasized it way too much-- it took like half to story up! I was lookin for a lil more adventure especially since it was double sized! and for the fact about the back up story.......... ewwwwwwwwwww The good thing about it though is it starts the endangered series out with a good kick! I like the fact that they brought in the new x-men in this issue...

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Beast and Black Beast??? 0

OK firstly the story was good enough, the first pages of this comic brings a sad future and kinda cool seeing old wolvie's memory spin out a little, the story brings A Real search for answer and solutions that are constantly dead ends, beast Being so angry and a bit outta control Kinnda put a big question mark on my head Isn't bBeast the gentle and Understanding mutant? than why Hit Forge!!!!! any ways the story is OK but the character brought to this story just isnt my choise of xman i would ha...

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A Turning Point In Beast's Life 0

Beast did not always have blue fur. He experimented and thus had blue fur as a result. Beast for the most part has always been the brains of the X-Men. He even found a cure for the Legacy Virus. Beast is usually very loyal to the team but in truth has always wanted to be human . When Dr. Kavita Rao, found a “cure” for mutations, Beast kept a sample. This, of all people, really pissed off Wolverine. Wolverine told Beast that curing his mutation is the cheap way out. Know that mutants are almost ...

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