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Everyone's favorite version of the X-Men from the '90s is back! When Baron Kelly charges the Clear Mountain Project and it's mysterious new director with "mutant rehabilitation," it's up to the X-Men to investigate! PLUS: Free Range Sentinels?!? COLLECTING: X-MEN '92 Everyone's favorite version of the X-Men from the '90s is back! When Baron Kelly charges the Clear Mountain Project and it's mysterious new director with "mutant rehabilitation," it's up to the X-Men to investigate! PLUS: Free Range Sentinels?!? COLLECTING: X-MEN '92


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Everyone's favorite version of the X-Men from the '90s is back! When Baron Kelly charges the Clear Mountain Project and it's mysterious new director with "mutant rehabilitation," it's up to the X-Men to investigate! PLUS: Free Range Sentinels?!? COLLECTING: X-MEN '92 Everyone's favorite version of the X-Men from the '90s is back! When Baron Kelly charges the Clear Mountain Project and it's mysterious new director with "mutant rehabilitation," it's up to the X-Men to investigate! PLUS: Free Range Sentinels?!? COLLECTING: X-MEN '92

30 review for X-Men '92, Vol. 0: Warzones!

  1. 5 out of 5

    Terence

    Cassandra Nova is forcibly rehabbing the good looking X-Men, while caging the visibly mutated ones. Nostalgia only counts for so much and in case it seems to be one issue. I don't particularly enjoy how they are messing with the 90s X-Men series. It hasn't been much fun. 2.5 out of 5 stars Merged review: The X-Men have defeated all their adversaries and are enjoying some well earned down time as a team. They learn from Baron Kelly about a treatment facility for Evil Mutants and at Professor Xavier's Cassandra Nova is forcibly rehabbing the good looking X-Men, while caging the visibly mutated ones. Nostalgia only counts for so much and in case it seems to be one issue. I don't particularly enjoy how they are messing with the 90s X-Men series. It hasn't been much fun. 2.5 out of 5 stars Merged review: The X-Men have defeated all their adversaries and are enjoying some well earned down time as a team. They learn from Baron Kelly about a treatment facility for Evil Mutants and at Professor Xavier's urging they head out to ensure it's doing what it claims. X-Men '92 perfectly captures the feel and dialogue of my all time favorite comic book based cartoon, X-Men. It also being a Secret Wars miniseries adds in aspects of being a Battleworld by having a familiar character, Senator Kelly, being made Baron Kelly by Doom. It was a fun nostalgic moment, that reminded me that all the main series characters talked a lot, but I still enjoyed it. X-Men '92 #1 is a must read for any fan of the '90s X-Men cartoon. Merged review: X-Men '92 Warzones returns readers to the beloved 90s X-Men cartoon in a Secret Wars fashion. I thought I would like this more since I loved the 90s X-Men cartoon. It played in the nostalgia of the cartoon which I enjoyed. Unfortunately for some reason the writer thought the story needed to be goofier which really frustrated me. I'm not a huge fan of goofy comedy in general, but them making my childhood silly made me mad. The story is a bit overly complex and revealing any of what happened would simply give away too much. X-Men '92 Warzones is worth checking out for anyone who enjoyed the 90s cartoon unfortunately it doesn't live up to the show's high standard. 2.5 out of 5 stars

  2. 4 out of 5

    Paul E. Morph

    I know a lot of people were looking forward to this book; mainly people who were fans of the '90s X-Men cartoon. I'm not really part of that group; I was a tad too old to be the target audience when that particular cartoon aired. I completely understand what those folks wanted this book to be, though. It didn't deliver. This book should have been a nostalgic love letter to that cartoon, in the same way that DC's Batman '66 was to the tv show it was based on. Unfortunately, Marvel decided they wer I know a lot of people were looking forward to this book; mainly people who were fans of the '90s X-Men cartoon. I'm not really part of that group; I was a tad too old to be the target audience when that particular cartoon aired. I completely understand what those folks wanted this book to be, though. It didn't deliver. This book should have been a nostalgic love letter to that cartoon, in the same way that DC's Batman '66 was to the tv show it was based on. Unfortunately, Marvel decided they were going to go a bit meta with X-Men '92 and made it a parody of the cartoon instead, mocking its kid-friendly, watered-down version of the X-Men. NOT what people wanted, Marvel. In fact, not satisfied with just parodying the '90s X-Men cartoon, the book went on to parody 1990s superhero comicbooks in general as well. Low hanging fruit, guys.... low hanging fruit. When you also factor in the mediocre artwork (in itself trying to parody the proto-Image artwork of the early '90s) and the fact that it also had to work in some stuff to justify it being a Secret Wars tie-in, what you end up with is a stinky mess of a comicbook that isn't going to make anybody happy. A shame.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    The 90's era X-Men cartoon gets its own battle zone in Secret Wars. The Good: It was a fantastic idea to revisit the X-Men cartoon as part of Secret Wars The Bad: This just didn't click with me. The jokes fell flat. There was WAY too much exposition and the story really wasn't there. The Ugly: Secret Wars in general. Only a handful of these spinoffs out of the 50 or so created are even worth reading. The 90's era X-Men cartoon gets its own battle zone in Secret Wars. The Good: It was a fantastic idea to revisit the X-Men cartoon as part of Secret Wars The Bad: This just didn't click with me. The jokes fell flat. There was WAY too much exposition and the story really wasn't there. The Ugly: Secret Wars in general. Only a handful of these spinoffs out of the 50 or so created are even worth reading.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Vinton Bayne

    A parody of everything that was wrong with 90s X-men and an homage to everything that was right. This was just delightful. I HIGHLY recommend going digital on this one, it is made specifically for that.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sesana

    This was, by far, the biggest disappointment of Secret Wars for me. I was so excited when I saw this book. I loved the 90s X-Men series. In fact, it's what got me into comics in the first place. So I was super excited at the prospect of a miniseries based on the first version of the team that I loved. Unfortunately, that wasn't all that it was. For whatever reason, Bowers also decided to make this a parody of 90s X-books in general. And as that, it's kind of messy, throwing in everything from Ca This was, by far, the biggest disappointment of Secret Wars for me. I was so excited when I saw this book. I loved the 90s X-Men series. In fact, it's what got me into comics in the first place. So I was super excited at the prospect of a miniseries based on the first version of the team that I loved. Unfortunately, that wasn't all that it was. For whatever reason, Bowers also decided to make this a parody of 90s X-books in general. And as that, it's kind of messy, throwing in everything from Cable to Apocalypse mostly just because. It's built around a story that's weak and honestly doesn't make much sense. The villain's motive is sanitizing the world. Because... I don't even know why, it's just a thing she does. It doesn't feel like something the villain would do, in any sense, and it serves as an excuse for Bowers to insert some half-baked psychoanalyzing of some of the most psychoanalyzed characters in comics. This isn't what I signed up for, and I'm disappointed.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Gary Butler

    13th book read in 2019. Number 51 out of 761 on my all time book list. Really good - well thought out and paced.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Krista Ivy

    A marvelous read that sucks the reader in and doesn't let them go easily. There is another force out there trying to 'tame' the 'bad' mutants. taking out the aggression and replacing it with a flower power feel. recommended for those into graphic novels, x-men, superpowers, mutants, right vs. wrong/good vs. bad. A marvelous read that sucks the reader in and doesn't let them go easily. There is another force out there trying to 'tame' the 'bad' mutants. taking out the aggression and replacing it with a flower power feel. recommended for those into graphic novels, x-men, superpowers, mutants, right vs. wrong/good vs. bad.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Renata

    (read as single issues) haha, this was so weird and delightful??? a super nostalgia bomb for an avid fan of the 90s animated series. also, it made really fun use of the Guided View on Comixology--I'd be interested to see how that carries over into the print edition? (read as single issues) haha, this was so weird and delightful??? a super nostalgia bomb for an avid fan of the 90s animated series. also, it made really fun use of the Guided View on Comixology--I'd be interested to see how that carries over into the print edition?

  9. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    Fans of the '90s cartoon looking for a feel-good, easy-listening nostalgia trip will probably be disappointed, because this is actually a satire of the X-Men in the '90s, and a rather marvelous one. Sims & Bowers do a great job of bracketing the era. There are reminders of the '80s while elements from the '00s like Cassandra Nova, the New X-Men, and the mega-Sentinel hang over the team like a Damocles' Sword. It's a rather effective clash of eras. Meanwhile, the authors also do a great job of mis Fans of the '90s cartoon looking for a feel-good, easy-listening nostalgia trip will probably be disappointed, because this is actually a satire of the X-Men in the '90s, and a rather marvelous one. Sims & Bowers do a great job of bracketing the era. There are reminders of the '80s while elements from the '00s like Cassandra Nova, the New X-Men, and the mega-Sentinel hang over the team like a Damocles' Sword. It's a rather effective clash of eras. Meanwhile, the authors also do a great job of mish-mashing together numerous elements of the '90s — from X-Factor to X-Force to the Next Generation — and often presenting them in the funniest light possible. You really can't do much better than Onslaught with a sword and big gun! I'm not convinced that this can really be maintained in an ongoing storyline, but I might give it a try.

  10. 4 out of 5

    David

    Having just spent the past few months reading all the X-Universe titles from the mid-80's through to just past the Age of Apocalypse the world of X-Men '92 is very fresh in my mind. This books seems more of an adaption of the television cartoon than any of the actual X-Men comic books from 1992. I'd even go as far to say I don't think the author even bothered to read the X-U comics of the period. The artwork further backs up this argument. The comics of that period were never this cartoony. The Having just spent the past few months reading all the X-Universe titles from the mid-80's through to just past the Age of Apocalypse the world of X-Men '92 is very fresh in my mind. This books seems more of an adaption of the television cartoon than any of the actual X-Men comic books from 1992. I'd even go as far to say I don't think the author even bothered to read the X-U comics of the period. The artwork further backs up this argument. The comics of that period were never this cartoony. The final results are fairly entertaining and enjoyable even if there's some pacing troubles and at times the script seems a bit under baked, over written and over stuffed. The appearance of X-Force brightens the whole affair. And we end with a promise of an interesting sequel.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Sunga

    After bingeing on the first 3 seasons of the 1990's X-men animated series I decided to get back into comics. I stumbled across a comic book store trying to find a bathroom because it was an emergency, and didn't want to be rude, so I decided to purchase something from their store. I found this comic in their clearance bin, and it was a great impulse buy. The comic was very true to the X-men TAS characters and the plot was excellent. Sure it was very corny, and cheesy, but I feel that that's what After bingeing on the first 3 seasons of the 1990's X-men animated series I decided to get back into comics. I stumbled across a comic book store trying to find a bathroom because it was an emergency, and didn't want to be rude, so I decided to purchase something from their store. I found this comic in their clearance bin, and it was a great impulse buy. The comic was very true to the X-men TAS characters and the plot was excellent. Sure it was very corny, and cheesy, but I feel that that's what made the comic so good. The whole Secret Wars tie-in was kind of confusing because I haven't had any exposure to that event, but overall the story was still understandable!. I'll definitely read the next volume in the near future when I'm done with my other comics I got for Christmas!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly

    So much nostalgia! <3 This made my heart so happy. I've been collecting the individual '92 comics since they've been been released and haven't had a chance to read them. When I saw the trade copy of them I had to buy it immediately. These are the good days of the X-men. I can appreciate the movies and some of the storylines (ultimate X-men, hell yes), but this era will always be my favorite. It captured the personalities I loved so much from the cartoon and 90's comics and trading cards. I love So much nostalgia! <3 This made my heart so happy. I've been collecting the individual '92 comics since they've been been released and haven't had a chance to read them. When I saw the trade copy of them I had to buy it immediately. These are the good days of the X-men. I can appreciate the movies and some of the storylines (ultimate X-men, hell yes), but this era will always be my favorite. It captured the personalities I loved so much from the cartoon and 90's comics and trading cards. I love this series.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sonic

    These days there is a lot of nostalgia for things people never even experienced. I admit I was baffled by this at first. Maybe I missed out on something, or maybe I forgot how good it was. Well the best thing I can say is that they DID do a good job bringing back the 90's flavor, the thing is, ... I suddenly remembered that I hated much of the 90's stuff. lol. So this was not for me, what with the long boring explanatory narration and melodramatic flavor. I couldn't finish it. sorry. These days there is a lot of nostalgia for things people never even experienced. I admit I was baffled by this at first. Maybe I missed out on something, or maybe I forgot how good it was. Well the best thing I can say is that they DID do a good job bringing back the 90's flavor, the thing is, ... I suddenly remembered that I hated much of the 90's stuff. lol. So this was not for me, what with the long boring explanatory narration and melodramatic flavor. I couldn't finish it. sorry.

  14. 4 out of 5

    kristen ♡

    this was, of course, a low rating due to the fact it was a tie in that had no plot whatsoever. these characters are great and i love the classic team, of course. the art was AMAZING and each character really had such a perfect, classic and nostalgic personality — which is why it’s titled ‘92. i think the ‘92 series will improve further on when it’s not a tie in.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Alex Sarll

    Lengthy expository dialogue! Pouches! The focused totality of over-repeated catchphrases! Superfluous footnotes! If you picked this up cold, it would probably just seem to be a terrible comic, and I’m sure I missed plenty of the gags myself, this not really being my era. But I can still recognise a marvellous pisstake of the tail-end of the X-Men’s supposed golden age. Really big guns! Shocking cliffhangers with bullshit resolutions! Maggott! It’s simply too, too extreme.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    I was pretty excited for the X-Men '92 series. The art looks awesome - the covers especially! - and is a great callback to the classic animated series but with a little more fluidity, and given the current state of the X-Men roster: half the team dead and the other half time-displaced, going back to a familiar period with the characters we know and love doing what they do best seemed like it could have no catches. ... but there's a catch. The story here is... not great. In an alternate reality a I was pretty excited for the X-Men '92 series. The art looks awesome - the covers especially! - and is a great callback to the classic animated series but with a little more fluidity, and given the current state of the X-Men roster: half the team dead and the other half time-displaced, going back to a familiar period with the characters we know and love doing what they do best seemed like it could have no catches. ... but there's a catch. The story here is... not great. In an alternate reality as part of the Battleworld/Secret Wars event (of which based on this I have no desire to read the rest of), the X-Men are the heroes of Westchester, and upon examining Cassandra Nova's new mutant rehabilitation facility find that all is not as it seems. There are certainly some fun moments here but for the most part the plot seems half-assed and confusing. Major reveals occur and I find myself flipping back a couple pages to see if maybe I missed something. I didn't, the writing is just that shaky. Still: three stars for awesome art, plus we got to see the X-Men team up with X-Force. There are a few fun bits but the overall leaves something to be desired.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Abdullah Ali

    I never watched much of the cartoon growing up in the 90s, but I'm almost certain those who relished in it and loved it will totally get a fun nostalgic kick out of this series. Retro vibes, funny dialogue, a bit campy at times, and just generally a fun romp that completely honors and brings back the feel of 90s comics and cartoons. I didn't get all the nods, winks and references to the cartoon, but looking into it, I know I would've been stoked if I was into the classic show. The issues bored m I never watched much of the cartoon growing up in the 90s, but I'm almost certain those who relished in it and loved it will totally get a fun nostalgic kick out of this series. Retro vibes, funny dialogue, a bit campy at times, and just generally a fun romp that completely honors and brings back the feel of 90s comics and cartoons. I didn't get all the nods, winks and references to the cartoon, but looking into it, I know I would've been stoked if I was into the classic show. The issues bored me at times because I felt they started to drag on, and I couldn't wait for them to end (I guess I'm too used to contemporary comics). But generally a fun romp with the whole Secret Wars backdrop constantly reminding you of what's at stake in the bigger picture, as well as all the other stories happening at the same time. The cover art is absolutely amazing though!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Maria Kramer

    The 90's X-Men cartoon was my afterschool babysitter as a kid, so this hit me right in the nostalgia bone, and I loved it! It pokes fun at the excesses of '90's cartoons, but the writers obviously love these characters. I'm really enjoying how Battleworld is sort of a rules-free alternate universe that can create really interesting situations and combinations of characters. Contains bonus Deadpool! The 90's X-Men cartoon was my afterschool babysitter as a kid, so this hit me right in the nostalgia bone, and I loved it! It pokes fun at the excesses of '90's cartoons, but the writers obviously love these characters. I'm really enjoying how Battleworld is sort of a rules-free alternate universe that can create really interesting situations and combinations of characters. Contains bonus Deadpool!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Susan Rose

    Read digitally in single issues which I would really recommend, there's some real fun stuff in the transitions and just the general reading experience. If you grew up on the x-men cartoons I would whole heartedly recommend this series to you, its a funny clever nostalgic great time. Read digitally in single issues which I would really recommend, there's some real fun stuff in the transitions and just the general reading experience. If you grew up on the x-men cartoons I would whole heartedly recommend this series to you, its a funny clever nostalgic great time.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Greta is Erikasbuddy

    this was beyond cool for this 90s child!!!!!!!!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Butcher

    I was really excited for this book, and maybe my expectations where what ruined it for me. I would have preferred a story that included Magneto as the villain and Magneto or Prof X as Baron.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Cory

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I especially liked the part where Wolverine's hatred of Scott caused him to snap out of the pacifist trance he was in. I especially liked the part where Wolverine's hatred of Scott caused him to snap out of the pacifist trance he was in.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Villain E

    This was my era. The colorful costumes, the X-Men cartoon. I must not be the only one who remembers this fondly, if Marvel went and created this book. I've complained a lot about new books not providing enough context to be approachable for new readers. This book is the opposite. There's soooo much exposition. A new reader could turn to almost any page in this collection and be brought up to speed. In the section of Battleworld called Westchester, humans and mutants have found peaceful coexistenc This was my era. The colorful costumes, the X-Men cartoon. I must not be the only one who remembers this fondly, if Marvel went and created this book. I've complained a lot about new books not providing enough context to be approachable for new readers. This book is the opposite. There's soooo much exposition. A new reader could turn to almost any page in this collection and be brought up to speed. In the section of Battleworld called Westchester, humans and mutants have found peaceful coexistence. But there is an ominous undercurrent to the rehabilitation center called Clear Mountain. This is incredibly wordy, which is an intenional satire of the era. And each issue is 30 pages long. So they seem to go on forever. Cameos abound. My favorite is Cable with his Rob-Liefeld-style widow's peak. Good satire should poke fun at the source material with out making it look completely ridiculous, and I think this achieves that. But I wonder what the reading experience would be like for readers younger than me. (I guess I'll find out when I get to the Korvac Saga.)

  24. 4 out of 5

    Alex E

    I grew up reading the X-men in the 90s so when I heard of the Battleworlds tie in, I couldn't wait to get to it eventually. The only downside that I could see is that - lets just say I'm not the biggest Chris Sims fan. But still, sounded good and decided to give it a shot. And Im happy to say that this was a very entertaining book! It has that classic feel that the old books used to have. It starts off as a typical type of carefree attitude type story, but gradually increases in tension until the I grew up reading the X-men in the 90s so when I heard of the Battleworlds tie in, I couldn't wait to get to it eventually. The only downside that I could see is that - lets just say I'm not the biggest Chris Sims fan. But still, sounded good and decided to give it a shot. And Im happy to say that this was a very entertaining book! It has that classic feel that the old books used to have. It starts off as a typical type of carefree attitude type story, but gradually increases in tension until the villain is revealed. I appreciated that the writers integrated newer aspects of the Xmen mythos, such as Cassandra Nova, Onslaught, etc... into the 90's style. And the art goes well with the tone of the book. I like the story, I like the small but non essential references to the overall Secret Wars event, and I appreciated the art. Recommended to anyone who liked the Xmen in the 90's and who still enjoy them since them.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jack

    3.5 stars! This 4-issue miniseries is packed with 90s X-Men style and some great goofs. The goofs are mostly referential to the era, so the jokes may not land if you didn’t read the comics/watch the cartoon/read the Pizza Hut mini-comics/play with the action figures/etc. (all of which are referenced, and all of which I did). This series is explicitly fun and style-over-substance, so I wasn’t expecting any revolutionary character moments or story, which was good because the breakneck pace plows t 3.5 stars! This 4-issue miniseries is packed with 90s X-Men style and some great goofs. The goofs are mostly referential to the era, so the jokes may not land if you didn’t read the comics/watch the cartoon/read the Pizza Hut mini-comics/play with the action figures/etc. (all of which are referenced, and all of which I did). This series is explicitly fun and style-over-substance, so I wasn’t expecting any revolutionary character moments or story, which was good because the breakneck pace plows through like Wolverine through a Sentinel. But there are some clever conceits that organically bring in X-Force, some classic villains, cameos by even MORE classic villains, and opportunities for the character voices/team dynamics that made this era so over-the-top and fun. This book won’t change your life, but if you were a fan of this era it’s extremely fun and VERY worth reading.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sean

    Wow! How unfortunate. I was a teen in the 90s and have a huge sentimental spot in my heart for the X-Men Animated Series. This seemed like a home run to me but it missed on so many levels. None of what was appealing about that era's X-titles here. The book is played straight and then at times for a joke. What could have been a wealth of story ideas is a giant whiff. The characters were less than cartoon versions of themselves. The art was rough. I was disappointed to say the least. Wow! How unfortunate. I was a teen in the 90s and have a huge sentimental spot in my heart for the X-Men Animated Series. This seemed like a home run to me but it missed on so many levels. None of what was appealing about that era's X-titles here. The book is played straight and then at times for a joke. What could have been a wealth of story ideas is a giant whiff. The characters were less than cartoon versions of themselves. The art was rough. I was disappointed to say the least.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Adam Stone

    A very silly and inconsistent satire of the 90s X-Men, this book fills a very particular niche very well. There are a few Excellent moments (in particular Wolverine overcoming his brainwashing when the person he's rescuing asks him to get Cyclops) but it's mostly easy jokes that, maybe due to the aformentioned brainwashing, don't pack a punch. If this book's concept tickles you, this is probably a four or five star book for you. But, for even general X-fans it's just sort of okay. A very silly and inconsistent satire of the 90s X-Men, this book fills a very particular niche very well. There are a few Excellent moments (in particular Wolverine overcoming his brainwashing when the person he's rescuing asks him to get Cyclops) but it's mostly easy jokes that, maybe due to the aformentioned brainwashing, don't pack a punch. If this book's concept tickles you, this is probably a four or five star book for you. But, for even general X-fans it's just sort of okay.

  28. 5 out of 5

    C

    Continuing the x-read of 2017... I read this volume after the more recent volume somehow. I have to say that I enjoyed the newer take better. While that had a whimsical feel like the cartoon, this volume was convoluted, meta, and just less entertaining to me. Basically just another alternate reality take on the X-men that isn't all that interesting. Continuing the x-read of 2017... I read this volume after the more recent volume somehow. I have to say that I enjoyed the newer take better. While that had a whimsical feel like the cartoon, this volume was convoluted, meta, and just less entertaining to me. Basically just another alternate reality take on the X-men that isn't all that interesting.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    I. Freaking. Love. X-Men. I feel so lucky to have grown up when the X-Men hit their peak. 92 was when I fell in love with this team. Side note: If you have not read the other comics in the Secret Wars series, you'll be a little confused. I just Googled to get myself up to speed. I. Freaking. Love. X-Men. I feel so lucky to have grown up when the X-Men hit their peak. 92 was when I fell in love with this team. Side note: If you have not read the other comics in the Secret Wars series, you'll be a little confused. I just Googled to get myself up to speed.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Titan90

    As much as I loved the 90's X-Men cartoon, I was less than thrilled with this. It felt more like a parody of the cartoon than a continuation of it, with lame jokes that did not seem to fit in with the cartoon's more serious tone. I did not bother to continue collecting or reading this series. As much as I loved the 90's X-Men cartoon, I was less than thrilled with this. It felt more like a parody of the cartoon than a continuation of it, with lame jokes that did not seem to fit in with the cartoon's more serious tone. I did not bother to continue collecting or reading this series.

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