Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2014
The story itself is not bad at all but the way the creator of this book organize it is just simply not good. Why? There are way too many characters just popping up every 30 pages or so (most of them I never even heard of). And then, they always discontinue a particular story of those overly popped up characters and talk about another totally different overly popped up characters again that have nothing to do with the previous one (at least in this book). And this pattern keep continues until the end of the book. You will have to keep checking back and forth because there are too many characters introduced and being exposed a little bit and then their stories stopped, so at the end you will wonder why do they even so many very short piece of story of way too many characters that don't even matter at all in this book? This book has its moment but most of them are not fundamental to understand the whole book story at all. If you really like X Men stories, check out the Astonishing X Men series by Josh Whedon, House of M by Brian Michael Bendis, Messiah Complex by Ed Brubaker, Enemy of the State by Mark Millar, X Men by Chris Claremont and Jim Lee, trust me, you will be much happier with your buy and you will appreciate X Men story a lot more! Hope this helps.
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