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Before Messiah Complex came Endangered Species. This is the prelude to the X-Men Event of 2011. What does it mean to be a leader? What does it do to a person? What do the choices you make mean about the person you are? This mini-series delves into these issues and will give an X-Men reader what they need to know about their favorite mutants before everything changes in July.

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3.88 stars 3.88/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews

Great Insight into the Past 0

Between this mini-series and unbranded X-Men's current story arc, we've been delving into the past quite a bit.  I'm really curious to see just how the fact that they forgot that info gets retconned - although Scott did already hint at Jean.  Even this part 1 of Prelude to Schism has Prof X lampshading a supposedly common manta that no one's ever heard by saying he's full of surprises.  I read this book after issues 2 and 3 because it was sold out at the local comic shop by the time I got back i...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Father and Son 0

Since Marvel started to anounce this "Schism" new arc story I´ve began to wonder what could be the reason behind Logan and Scott fighting over for, something so big (that´s not Jean) even capable of dividing the X-Men - I was wondering that because the biggest discussion that Logan and Scott have had recently was about shuting down the X-Force, but that couldn´t be reason strong enough to justify the "Schism", so I was very excited to read this miniseries in order to learn what could be so big a...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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