All-new X-Men

All-new X-Men

All-Different All-different

Comic Book - 2014
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The X-Men are shaken to the core by the fallout from the Battle of the Atom event! Kitty Pryde is particularly affected, and her faith in Wolverine's Jean Grey School is eroded. With her students gone, what is Kitty to do? Meanwhile, X-23 is back, joining the All-New X-Men and.kissing Cyclops? What does this mean to Jean Grey? When Jean and X-23 are forced to team up against a mysterious force, she had better figure it out fast! Plus: a celebration of the X-Mens 50th Anniversary. Collecting: All-New X-Men 18-21, A+X 18, X-Men: Gold
Publisher: New York : Marvel Worldwide, c2014.
ISBN: 9780785188605
Branch Call Number: YA XMEN
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly col. ill. ; 27 cm.
Additional Contributors: Immonen, Stuart
Alternative Title: All-different


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Jun 14, 2015

Bendis's characterization of X-23, is jaw dropping, vomit in anger "That is not F$%^ing Laura!" level of inconsistent with all previous interpretations of the character.

I just pray her next writer doesn't confuse his total mis-characterization as development.

Feb 26, 2015

Not bad, but may be where the wheels fall off for Bendis.

Jul 13, 2014

Carrying on the adventures of the first set of X-Men, stranded out of their own time. This is only marginally better than the last volume, because it includes an issue written by other writers, competent writers who actually care about continuity and understand characterization. The writer for the bulk of the collection, Brian Bendis, is incapable of such distinctions.


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