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The X-Men of the '90s are back in highly animated new adventures, following on from the hit Secret Wars series starring the mutants of a more extreme decade! With Cassandra Nova defeated, the X-Men have taken in all the young mutants she had rounded up and are officially reopening the Xavier School for Gifted Children. But a crowded class schedule won't stop them from havi The X-Men of the '90s are back in highly animated new adventures, following on from the hit Secret Wars series starring the mutants of a more extreme decade! With Cassandra Nova defeated, the X-Men have taken in all the young mutants she had rounded up and are officially reopening the Xavier School for Gifted Children. But a crowded class schedule won't stop them from having crazy adventures! Especially when Omega Red shows up with the (Formerly) Soviet Super Soldiers! But for every ending, there must be a beginning - prepare for the terror of Alpha Red! Plus, the machinations of the Fenris Twins and...Dracula?! Start humming the theme song and dive back in to the world of X-Men '92 - it's totally Nineties, but so Now! COLLECTING: X-MEN '92 (2016) 1-6


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The X-Men of the '90s are back in highly animated new adventures, following on from the hit Secret Wars series starring the mutants of a more extreme decade! With Cassandra Nova defeated, the X-Men have taken in all the young mutants she had rounded up and are officially reopening the Xavier School for Gifted Children. But a crowded class schedule won't stop them from havi The X-Men of the '90s are back in highly animated new adventures, following on from the hit Secret Wars series starring the mutants of a more extreme decade! With Cassandra Nova defeated, the X-Men have taken in all the young mutants she had rounded up and are officially reopening the Xavier School for Gifted Children. But a crowded class schedule won't stop them from having crazy adventures! Especially when Omega Red shows up with the (Formerly) Soviet Super Soldiers! But for every ending, there must be a beginning - prepare for the terror of Alpha Red! Plus, the machinations of the Fenris Twins and...Dracula?! Start humming the theme song and dive back in to the world of X-Men '92 - it's totally Nineties, but so Now! COLLECTING: X-MEN '92 (2016) 1-6

30 review for X-Men '92, Vol. 1: World is a Vampire

  1. 5 out of 5

    Paul E. Morph

    A four-part X-Men vs. Vampires story that was mediocre to slightly awful with an excruciatingly dire Cyclops and Jean Grey in the future one-shot tacked on the end. Definitely only for people who are just the right age to be nostalgic for the terrible 1990s cartoon.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    Freed from the limitations of Secret Wars, this was actually pretty good. It's the animation version of the X-Men vs Dracula's son, Alpha Red. Plus, Cable's new origin condensed into one issue. The Good: Both the art and the story are better in this follow-up to the Warzones book. The art and coloring look even move like the X-Men cartoon. The Bad: This is still a slimmed-down, streamlined version of stories we've read before over in the 616 X-Men comics. The Ugly: You have to look past some of the Freed from the limitations of Secret Wars, this was actually pretty good. It's the animation version of the X-Men vs Dracula's son, Alpha Red. Plus, Cable's new origin condensed into one issue. The Good: Both the art and the story are better in this follow-up to the Warzones book. The art and coloring look even move like the X-Men cartoon. The Bad: This is still a slimmed-down, streamlined version of stories we've read before over in the 616 X-Men comics. The Ugly: You have to look past some of the glossed over inconsistencies and just take the story for what it is.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cassie

    Really enjoyable. Freed from the confines of dreaded continuity, X-Men '92 is free to be the bananas continuation of the cartoon I didn't know I wanted. Really enjoyable. Freed from the confines of dreaded continuity, X-Men '92 is free to be the bananas continuation of the cartoon I didn't know I wanted.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    This started out kinda of fanfictiony corny, but I'm a sucker for vampires.... This started out kinda of fanfictiony corny, but I'm a sucker for vampires....

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bill

    Officially based on the 90's X-Men cartoon, this volume actually pulls in stuff from years worth of X-Men lore -- perhaps "X-Men Remix" would have been a more accurate title. There's a lot of entertaining homages, cameos, and character variations here, from Dracula to the cast of the X-Statix series. My only real issue (other than a need for a working knowledge of X-Men lore for this to make sense) is that the series can't seem to decide how silly or serious it is, so there's a bit of mood whipl Officially based on the 90's X-Men cartoon, this volume actually pulls in stuff from years worth of X-Men lore -- perhaps "X-Men Remix" would have been a more accurate title. There's a lot of entertaining homages, cameos, and character variations here, from Dracula to the cast of the X-Statix series. My only real issue (other than a need for a working knowledge of X-Men lore for this to make sense) is that the series can't seem to decide how silly or serious it is, so there's a bit of mood whiplash along the way.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Renata

    I mean this was just like real goofy and I was pretty into it. Recommended to 90s kidz.

  7. 4 out of 5

    The Fizza

    A SOLID 3 STARS - The 90's Cartoon X-Men are back... again! This time in a regular book all the way from Earth-92131. While volume one of this series wasn't as epic as the Secret Wars / Battleworld / Warzones! one-off that proceeded it, it was still a rip-roaring good time (like the old cartoon). Some of the major highlights of The World is a Vampire were: Vampire Jubilee, Gamesmaster & the Upstarts, the GenX gang, a Winter Guard/Siberforce mash-up using the defunked People's Protectorate moniker, A SOLID 3 STARS - The 90's Cartoon X-Men are back... again! This time in a regular book all the way from Earth-92131. While volume one of this series wasn't as epic as the Secret Wars / Battleworld / Warzones! one-off that proceeded it, it was still a rip-roaring good time (like the old cartoon). Some of the major highlights of The World is a Vampire were: Vampire Jubilee, Gamesmaster & the Upstarts, the GenX gang, a Winter Guard/Siberforce mash-up using the defunked People's Protectorate moniker, The X-Statix, a Multiverse-Vampire Legion, Scott & Jean in an Adventure of Cyclops & Phoenix... oh, and did I mention Storm's bloodsucking Ex (Dracula) makes an appearance?! Chris Sims & Co. gave us another installment of fun nostalgic X-Men action with lots of twists and turns! This book is RECOMMENDED for those readers who understand comics are a whimsical thing, enjoy the X books, remember 90's, as well as MARVEL in the 90's. You'll enjoy reading this book... I know I did!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Harris

    Anyone who enjoyed watching the classic X-Men '90's cartoon will have a blast revisiting that world in the new X-Men '92 ongoing series! I'd already LOVED the Secret Wars X-Men '92 Warzone tie-in miniseries, so I was overjoyed to learn that it was going to become a full-fledged title! Wolverine, Rogue, Gambit, Storm, Beast, Jubilee, and Professor X are joined by Psylocke and Bishop as they tackle threats that include Fenris, Alpha Red, Dracula, and... their own teammates turned to vampires? You' Anyone who enjoyed watching the classic X-Men '90's cartoon will have a blast revisiting that world in the new X-Men '92 ongoing series! I'd already LOVED the Secret Wars X-Men '92 Warzone tie-in miniseries, so I was overjoyed to learn that it was going to become a full-fledged title! Wolverine, Rogue, Gambit, Storm, Beast, Jubilee, and Professor X are joined by Psylocke and Bishop as they tackle threats that include Fenris, Alpha Red, Dracula, and... their own teammates turned to vampires? You'll have to see it to believe it, and it's DEFINITELY worth the read!

  9. 4 out of 5

    David

    Here's a book that's struggling a bit to find itself and the correct tone. I think it's a bit too much like the cartoon and not enough like the comics of the period. Liked the final collected chapter with Cyclops and Phoenix best - the art was vastly superior to the proceeding ones. I'm more than willing to see this series continue. I'd like to see where this can go. Think it will only get better once it finds it's groove. Here's a book that's struggling a bit to find itself and the correct tone. I think it's a bit too much like the cartoon and not enough like the comics of the period. Liked the final collected chapter with Cyclops and Phoenix best - the art was vastly superior to the proceeding ones. I'm more than willing to see this series continue. I'd like to see where this can go. Think it will only get better once it finds it's groove.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Maria Kramer

    This volume dials down the zaniness and self-parody from the first for a more straightforward (?) story in which the X-Men must defeat the ultimate vampire. Not quite a fun as Volume 0, but still a decent read.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Alex E

    For the most part, this book is OK. I definitely loved the cartoon when I was a kid, so i suspect that's why I give it a little more of a better grade than normal. The book deals with a new threat, a character that Russians developed during WWII but deemed "too deadly for the war". Turns out its their version of a super solider, called Weapon Red, who is also.. the son of Dracula. ...yeah. The characters are very "one-note", and don't have much depth, and there are inconsistencies in regards to c For the most part, this book is OK. I definitely loved the cartoon when I was a kid, so i suspect that's why I give it a little more of a better grade than normal. The book deals with a new threat, a character that Russians developed during WWII but deemed "too deadly for the war". Turns out its their version of a super solider, called Weapon Red, who is also.. the son of Dracula. ...yeah. The characters are very "one-note", and don't have much depth, and there are inconsistencies in regards to continuity and things like that, so you have to read this with more of a "fun" mindset than with other X-men comics. The art is bright and sharp, which also contributes to the fun atmosphere of the book. If anything, I did like how certain aspects of the regular Xmen books make their way into this one like Jubilee turning into a vampire, and the Generation X team being students at the school. If you are a fan of the Xmen cartoon, you will definitely enjoy this.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Casey Harvey

    As far as gimmicky comic books go, X-Men '92 vol 1 is surprisingly pretty fun. The main plot in this volume centers largely around a strange case of vampirism that sees the unaffected members of the x-team teaming up with a rather famous vampire to try and cure before those affected are turned to dust. *le gasp* The B-plot also sees a brief aside with Cyclops and Jean Grey, who are off on a vacation(?) in Alaska. Overall, I wasn't expecting much from this book, but I actually ended up pretty hap As far as gimmicky comic books go, X-Men '92 vol 1 is surprisingly pretty fun. The main plot in this volume centers largely around a strange case of vampirism that sees the unaffected members of the x-team teaming up with a rather famous vampire to try and cure before those affected are turned to dust. *le gasp* The B-plot also sees a brief aside with Cyclops and Jean Grey, who are off on a vacation(?) in Alaska. Overall, I wasn't expecting much from this book, but I actually ended up pretty happy with it. I like that it is not afraid to be silly and cheesy, but also have serious moments - something that I think defines a good x-book. At least for me, anyway. This is by no means a deep or heavy story, but I do think it has some interesting discussions of topics like leadership and family. I also like the x-characters we get in this book - leader Storm is one of my favorites - and I really liked that the volume starts out by going back to basics, i.e. the Xavier School for Mutants actually being a school for mutants. I think if you are looking for some x-men comics with a relatively low barrier of entry, this is the book for you. It is fun and the art is good, which is enough for me.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rosemarie

    The 90's X-Men cartoon was my X-Men growing up, so I have a real soft spot for anything based upon that series. I enjoyed this quite a bit. I really liked the the vampire storyline, it started out light, but went darker as it went along, it also involved the majority of the X-Men and the students as well. The Scott/Jean storyline I wasn't as fussed on, it was interesting, but it felt like build up for a possible larger storyline to come. The artwork is quite colourful and vibrant. Overall, a fun The 90's X-Men cartoon was my X-Men growing up, so I have a real soft spot for anything based upon that series. I enjoyed this quite a bit. I really liked the the vampire storyline, it started out light, but went darker as it went along, it also involved the majority of the X-Men and the students as well. The Scott/Jean storyline I wasn't as fussed on, it was interesting, but it felt like build up for a possible larger storyline to come. The artwork is quite colourful and vibrant. Overall, a fun read.

  14. 5 out of 5

    C

    Continuing the great x-read of '17 (even though this isn't in continuity) This is a super fun read for fans of the 90s cartoon. I particularly loved the way they attempted to throw in every character that they possibly could - just like the old cartoon did. (I particularly enjoyed seeing the Allred X-force characters and Generation X.) It isn't going to win any literary awards most likely, but for pure pulpy nostalgic fun, you can't do much better. Continuing the great x-read of '17 (even though this isn't in continuity) This is a super fun read for fans of the 90s cartoon. I particularly loved the way they attempted to throw in every character that they possibly could - just like the old cartoon did. (I particularly enjoyed seeing the Allred X-force characters and Generation X.) It isn't going to win any literary awards most likely, but for pure pulpy nostalgic fun, you can't do much better.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    I wasn't crazy about the artwork in this volume. I don't know what was up with it, but it just looked weird to me. Will post a longer review later. I really think that the biggest flaw this series has is their penchant for incorporating several characters and storylines from the classic series. It muddles the story and also can be confusing, as the writers don't really take time to explain what's going on. If you are an uninformed reader, you'll more than likely feel left out. I wasn't crazy about the artwork in this volume. I don't know what was up with it, but it just looked weird to me. Will post a longer review later. I really think that the biggest flaw this series has is their penchant for incorporating several characters and storylines from the classic series. It muddles the story and also can be confusing, as the writers don't really take time to explain what's going on. If you are an uninformed reader, you'll more than likely feel left out.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Joshua

    This was fun because I am nostalgic for the good old 90s style X-Men, and the dynamic of heroism and schooling is a classic. The art, especially the expressive faces, feels reminiscent of Avatar: The Last Airbender. The whole thing was decent and solid if kind of too goofy and lighthearted (especially considering that the cartoon was one of the most serious cartoons I remember watching back then).

  17. 5 out of 5

    Adan

    This was okay. I liked the addition of the original Generation X and Allred X-Force characters as students in this timeline, but why make your first story arc about vampires? The deus ex machina at the end was annoying, but it's kind of endearing to read an X-Men book that isn't all gloom and doom all the time. This was okay. I liked the addition of the original Generation X and Allred X-Force characters as students in this timeline, but why make your first story arc about vampires? The deus ex machina at the end was annoying, but it's kind of endearing to read an X-Men book that isn't all gloom and doom all the time.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Hanna

    The thing I like the most about the Xmen '92 comics is that they don't take themselves too seriously. They're fun and goofy. And tbh, with all the timeline issues the xmen series as a whole has, it's nice to be able to read something that doesn't really do a lot to or for the timeline. It makes it way easier to just take it for what it is & treat it as a one-off. Fun, kooky, & with nice artwork. The thing I like the most about the Xmen '92 comics is that they don't take themselves too seriously. They're fun and goofy. And tbh, with all the timeline issues the xmen series as a whole has, it's nice to be able to read something that doesn't really do a lot to or for the timeline. It makes it way easier to just take it for what it is & treat it as a one-off. Fun, kooky, & with nice artwork.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sean

    This volume of X-Men '92 is more of what I was hoping for. Some nostalgia added to some newer elements makes for a better read. Now, some things seem unnecessarily redundant and lacked originality, but the book was a better read. Maybe the writers had more freedom here. Not sure. The art was basic but expected for what the title is aiming for. Overall, a decent book for X-Men fans. This volume of X-Men '92 is more of what I was hoping for. Some nostalgia added to some newer elements makes for a better read. Now, some things seem unnecessarily redundant and lacked originality, but the book was a better read. Maybe the writers had more freedom here. Not sure. The art was basic but expected for what the title is aiming for. Overall, a decent book for X-Men fans.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Butcher

    I want to love it, I want to love it, I want to love it...I didn't love it. Spins out of Secret Wars! No really that is really the zero issue. It just lacks the charm of the cartoon which I keep comparing it to! I want to love it, I want to love it, I want to love it...I didn't love it. Spins out of Secret Wars! No really that is really the zero issue. It just lacks the charm of the cartoon which I keep comparing it to!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Fatima

    I think this was more enjoyable because of the nostalgia factor and seeing all my beloved characters rather than super stellar writing. But it was comedic and I enjoyed the 90s references and the whole arc tied together really well. I'm very sad this book got cancelled. I think this was more enjoyable because of the nostalgia factor and seeing all my beloved characters rather than super stellar writing. But it was comedic and I enjoyed the 90s references and the whole arc tied together really well. I'm very sad this book got cancelled.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Alli

    And enjoyable romp with Dracula as a guest star. Some elements feel like X-Men condensed (which, honestly, is similar to how the cartoon show often felt), while other elements (like the actual narrative) were allowed to play out with a pleasing pace. Fun!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Joe Mahoney

    Way more fun than it has any right to be

  24. 5 out of 5

    Rose

    extremely silly, but good fun

  25. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    read as single issues

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    The main story is interesting, but my favorite bit was Cyclops and Jean Greys storyline. Pretty pumped to get the next one.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Connor

    A really fun story with great, colorful artwork. I look forward to reading other volumes. The last chapter seemed unrelated to the rest of the book.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jessie B.

    Fun but a bit inside baseball

  29. 5 out of 5

    Iris Bratton

    Restitution for Jubilee!

  30. 4 out of 5

    The Rudie Librarian (Brian)

    Was hoping for something better since I loved the cartoon so much. Kind of a shame.

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