The Schism, Part Four wiki last edited by comicguy2 on 07/23/13 06:23PM View full history

The events of Schism #1 have launched the world into turmoil, and the all-new Hellfire Club is ready to take advantage of the chaos. But when the survival of the mutant race is on the line, just how far will the X-Men go? Once a line is crossed, there’s no going back. The event that promises to tear the X-Men apart at their very core continues, by writer and Marvel Architect Jason Aaron, and superstar artist Alan Davis!

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X-Men divided in two paths 0

I guess being a X-Men fan comes with some inherit dillema or "trouble choosing which character you like the most", and this "schism" has always been brought up in the X-titles, from Chris Claremont to Matt Fraction (recently in the conclusion of Second Coming), so it was only a matter of time untill Marvel's editors decided to make it happen the ultimate fight between Logan and Scott Summers - though I´ve always imagined they fighting over Jean Grey, the fact is that Jason Aaron's straigth fowar...

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And So It Begins... 0

It took 4 prelude issues, 3 main issues and a tie-in, but its finally happened! The Schism has begun and with a vengeance! While my reviews are usually about the good the bad and the mutated ugly, this time there wasn't a whole lot of bad. I mean I have a few questionable thought about how they are going about this whole Schism thing, but there were no blatant epic fails in this one.The Bad: One Word. Sentinels. There's something about giant killer robots that, to me, just get dull and played ou...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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