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The X-Men are working security at LILAPALOOZA - Westchester's biggest festival! But just because they're security, doesn't mean they stop being TARGETS! Guest-starring: THE FLAMING LIPS, TOADIES AND LILA CHENEY! COLLECTING: X-MEN '92 (2016) 6-10 The X-Men are working security at LILAPALOOZA - Westchester's biggest festival! But just because they're security, doesn't mean they stop being TARGETS! Guest-starring: THE FLAMING LIPS, TOADIES AND LILA CHENEY! COLLECTING: X-MEN '92 (2016) 6-10


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The X-Men are working security at LILAPALOOZA - Westchester's biggest festival! But just because they're security, doesn't mean they stop being TARGETS! Guest-starring: THE FLAMING LIPS, TOADIES AND LILA CHENEY! COLLECTING: X-MEN '92 (2016) 6-10 The X-Men are working security at LILAPALOOZA - Westchester's biggest festival! But just because they're security, doesn't mean they stop being TARGETS! Guest-starring: THE FLAMING LIPS, TOADIES AND LILA CHENEY! COLLECTING: X-MEN '92 (2016) 6-10

30 review for X-Men '92, Vol. 2: Lilapalooza

  1. 5 out of 5

    Paul E. Morph

    This reads like fan-fiction... and not good fan-fiction either. That being said, there were a few moments that made me chuckle, but I'm putting that down to the stopped clock being right twice a day. You might get more out of this if you were a fan of the cartoon (I wasn't). This reads like fan-fiction... and not good fan-fiction either. That being said, there were a few moments that made me chuckle, but I'm putting that down to the stopped clock being right twice a day. You might get more out of this if you were a fan of the cartoon (I wasn't).

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    A fun rehash of the kooky 90's X-Men. And hey you can't go all wrong with an a team-up with Death's Head. The Poochie of the X-Men, Adam-X also makes an appearance. A fun rehash of the kooky 90's X-Men. And hey you can't go all wrong with an a team-up with Death's Head. The Poochie of the X-Men, Adam-X also makes an appearance.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bill

    A fun read for longtime fans of the X-Men (and Marvel in general), with some great cameos from supporting characters and real-life bands. However, that's also the problem -- it feels like they are trying to get every possible X-Men character into the story somehow, even if it means ditching plotlines and rushing through to a conclusion that's a bit too much like that of the first volume. A fun read for longtime fans of the X-Men (and Marvel in general), with some great cameos from supporting characters and real-life bands. However, that's also the problem -- it feels like they are trying to get every possible X-Men character into the story somehow, even if it means ditching plotlines and rushing through to a conclusion that's a bit too much like that of the first volume.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    https://youtu.be/ESA-PMJLRr0 https://youtu.be/ESA-PMJLRr0

  5. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Butcher

    So so much going on that it becomes a hot mess and has character changes that makes me miss the classic cartoon as this lacks the charm.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Adam Fisher

    The 90's nostalgia pushes this comic higher and higher for me. In the 90's, I not only watched the cartoon, but also was reading most of the X-Books weekly at the comic shop. Such a great time for X-Men comics... The story her spirals a bit out of control, but so fun at the same time. Lila Chaney is hosting a music festival (feat. The Flaming Lips and The Toadies!). When Fabian Cortez shows up and amplifies her power, she unwittingly teleports the X-Men to an alien world where there are mutant Br The 90's nostalgia pushes this comic higher and higher for me. In the 90's, I not only watched the cartoon, but also was reading most of the X-Books weekly at the comic shop. Such a great time for X-Men comics... The story her spirals a bit out of control, but so fun at the same time. Lila Chaney is hosting a music festival (feat. The Flaming Lips and The Toadies!). When Fabian Cortez shows up and amplifies her power, she unwittingly teleports the X-Men to an alien world where there are mutant Brood. Apocalypse steps back into the light to help lead mutant kind to defeat a Celestial... and it continues from there. The best parts of the book are when an obscure character shows up. Here are the 90's characters within: X-Men - Cyclops, Jean Grey, Storm, Gambit, Jubilee, Bishop, Beast, Psylocke, Rogue, Xavier Generation X - Monet, Chamber, Artie, Penance, Mondo, Dead Girl, Synch, Husk X-Factor - Havok, Polaris, Forge, Strong Guy, Wolfsbane, Multiple Man X-Force - Cable, Shatterstar, Domino, Feral, Archangel, Deadpool X-Tremists - Adam-X, Marrow, Random, Maggot Others - Apocalypse, Mystique, Bastion, Exodus, Gladiator, Fitzroy, Joseph, Cassandra Nova, X-Brood, Death's Head, Abigail Brand, X-Men 2099, Doom, etc.... ALL IN THEIR 90's GLORY! This title is over, but hopefully not forever. Loved this whole run. High recommend, but only if you miss 90's Marvel!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Duncan

    Stupid, forgettable superhero junk. That's why I read comix though, just to be distracted by some stupid junk. At the end of it all of humanity becomes X-men to fight the Big Cosmic-Bad, there's even a cute Muslima w/her cute head-covering I guess who represents the billion teeming Muslim masses who are now mutants now too. Chilling stuff. Otherwise even though the Big Cosmic-Bad remains unbattled and undefeated at the end of this comic I don't think I'll be tracking down anymore X-Men '92 stuff Stupid, forgettable superhero junk. That's why I read comix though, just to be distracted by some stupid junk. At the end of it all of humanity becomes X-men to fight the Big Cosmic-Bad, there's even a cute Muslima w/her cute head-covering I guess who represents the billion teeming Muslim masses who are now mutants now too. Chilling stuff. Otherwise even though the Big Cosmic-Bad remains unbattled and undefeated at the end of this comic I don't think I'll be tracking down anymore X-Men '92 stuff. I picked this one because I actually thought it said "Lolapalooza," not "Lilapalooza," and as well because I saw it featured the Flaming Lips who somehow are able in '92 to play music they wouldn't put out until '99. I know I shouldn't quibble it being a made-up alternative reality and all.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Set in a world that is based on the 1990s X-Men cartoon and the comics of that periods (loosely), the X-Men are security at a musical festival to promote mutant and human unity. The story is a mess that if it came out in the 1990s comics, it would be a sprawling crossover among all 10+ X=titles. This is almost crack fic territory with so many characters and the never-ending combination of villains. I would have given this a two is not for the bright art that straddles the manga=meets-Western car Set in a world that is based on the 1990s X-Men cartoon and the comics of that periods (loosely), the X-Men are security at a musical festival to promote mutant and human unity. The story is a mess that if it came out in the 1990s comics, it would be a sprawling crossover among all 10+ X=titles. This is almost crack fic territory with so many characters and the never-ending combination of villains. I would have given this a two is not for the bright art that straddles the manga=meets-Western cartoon vibe. The colorist clearly was havile fun with the simple and bright colors with minimal shading.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rosemarie

    This story is packed, and has appearances by what feels like every mutant in the X-Men universe, plus the kitchen sink. In fact, it suffers a bit story wise, because it rarely gets a chance to breathe, and there is little in the way of character moments. However, if you like a face paced plot and lots of fighting this is probably for you. I wasn't super fussed with how it ended, but it was different. It looks like this is the last of the X-Men '92 comics which is a shame, because they are my fav This story is packed, and has appearances by what feels like every mutant in the X-Men universe, plus the kitchen sink. In fact, it suffers a bit story wise, because it rarely gets a chance to breathe, and there is little in the way of character moments. However, if you like a face paced plot and lots of fighting this is probably for you. I wasn't super fussed with how it ended, but it was different. It looks like this is the last of the X-Men '92 comics which is a shame, because they are my favourite iteration of the X-Men, it might have been interesting to see the aftermath, do the humans stay mutants? What are the unseen consequences of using Darkhold? Etc.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lee

    Charming short run that I wouldn't have minded see go longer. It did tell a complete story and not every series gets that. The only quibble I have is that with the fast pace and dedication to a more tongue-in-cheek tone that there wasn't hardly any emotional depth to the characters. If you hadn't already known them/cared about them, you wouldn't find yourself feeling an emotional connection to them after this series. Ultimately I did enjoy the take on my childhood though. Charming short run that I wouldn't have minded see go longer. It did tell a complete story and not every series gets that. The only quibble I have is that with the fast pace and dedication to a more tongue-in-cheek tone that there wasn't hardly any emotional depth to the characters. If you hadn't already known them/cared about them, you wouldn't find yourself feeling an emotional connection to them after this series. Ultimately I did enjoy the take on my childhood though.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sean

    Quick! Grab everything you can and throw it in a book! Ideas tripping over other ideas and more characters than anyone ever wanted. I'm sure this would have been different if the series wasn't to end at issue ten, but still. Its ridiculous. The joy I had experienced in the last volume is completely gone here. Its hard to imagine what ideas weren't used. It was a train wreck. The art was what you'd expect but the artist had too much to do thanks to the subpar writing. Skip this. Quick! Grab everything you can and throw it in a book! Ideas tripping over other ideas and more characters than anyone ever wanted. I'm sure this would have been different if the series wasn't to end at issue ten, but still. Its ridiculous. The joy I had experienced in the last volume is completely gone here. Its hard to imagine what ideas weren't used. It was a train wreck. The art was what you'd expect but the artist had too much to do thanks to the subpar writing. Skip this.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Will Robinson Jr.

    Okay this book shows signs that we are moving into the low point of the graphic collections for Marvel. What began as a great book for Marvel comics fans has now become a rushed mess of book with many great ideas and a lot of wasted characters. I grew up watching X-men: The animated series from Fox and in some ways that show along with Batman: the animated series, Spider-man: The animated series and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles got me into comics. I was a big fan of the X-men whether in comics, Okay this book shows signs that we are moving into the low point of the graphic collections for Marvel. What began as a great book for Marvel comics fans has now become a rushed mess of book with many great ideas and a lot of wasted characters. I grew up watching X-men: The animated series from Fox and in some ways that show along with Batman: the animated series, Spider-man: The animated series and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles got me into comics. I was a big fan of the X-men whether in comics, video games, or on television. I mean that animated series drew heavily from the comics being published in the 90s. I read the Secret Wars tie-in X-Men '92 Vol. 0: Warzones! and I felt that creative team really captured the feel of the show. For many of us the 90s X-men are the true representation of what the X-men are all about. My first problem with this book is the artwork. The illustrating here is god awful even though the colorists are doing a great job with what they have been given. The drawing was just a bit too cartoony for my taste. I can still read a graphic novel even if the art may not be on par with what one may expect from Marvel. Unfortunately it is the plot where this book falls apart. Trust me when I say there is to much going on in this book. The story begins in space where Abigail Brand the director of S.W.O.R.D, an extraterrestrial watch dog agency of the US government, observes an U.F.O heading towards Earth. An intergalactic bounty hunter arrives at a mutants rights concert given by X-men mutant ally Lila Cheney, a teleporter. In course of events the X-men find themselves stranded on an alien world of carnivorous creatures known as the Brood. The X-men then have to protect these innocent mutated versions of the Brood when Gladiator of the Shi'ar Empire comes to destroy them seeing the Brood as a threat to the galaxy. You probably see already that this is just too many stories crammed together. I have to also mention X-factor and X-force show up in the book. Apocalypse also becomes a threat. It is all just to much to follow. I am so glad I am did not collect this series. It just feels like Marvel Editorial is giving the series the ax so the writers & creators where like forget it lets just put every X-men character we can fit into one story. So disappointing.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    Collects X-Men '92 (2016) issues #6-10 I get the feeling that the creators knew the book was being cancelled, because this collection felt like a mess at times. Volume #1 had the charm of the original animated series, but this volume felt rushed and lacked the fun of past issues. I don't know if they scrambled to wrap up all of their stories, or if they had run out of good stories to tell, but by the end, I was ready for the series to be done. Collects X-Men '92 (2016) issues #6-10 I get the feeling that the creators knew the book was being cancelled, because this collection felt like a mess at times. Volume #1 had the charm of the original animated series, but this volume felt rushed and lacked the fun of past issues. I don't know if they scrambled to wrap up all of their stories, or if they had run out of good stories to tell, but by the end, I was ready for the series to be done.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Dan

    Damn shame they had to cut it short. Hopefully Chad and Chris get another chance to revisit Marvel's Merry Mutants soon. Damn shame they had to cut it short. Hopefully Chad and Chris get another chance to revisit Marvel's Merry Mutants soon.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Alli

    Plucky, like the others in this series, and I always enjoy an X-Men jaunt into space, but the pacing is a little too loose to have as satisfying an end as I prefer.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    2.5

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kirsten

    A fun read, but not has good as volume 1.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    read as single issues

  19. 5 out of 5

    Connor

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. So fun! It feels like you're reading a cartoon. They nailed it. There are a lot of characters. So fun! It feels like you're reading a cartoon. They nailed it. There are a lot of characters.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jessie B.

    Fun but not as good as the first two

  21. 4 out of 5

    Fatima

    The best line in this book was "I always wondered what yout kept in these pouches." *died* These random references is why I will miss this book. The best line in this book was "I always wondered what yout kept in these pouches." *died* These random references is why I will miss this book.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    Straight up DNF. So much happening all at once all the time, it's like watching 5 episodes of the 90s cartoon while sorting your Marvel cards all at once. Just couldn't keep at it. Straight up DNF. So much happening all at once all the time, it's like watching 5 episodes of the 90s cartoon while sorting your Marvel cards all at once. Just couldn't keep at it.

  23. 5 out of 5

    A.j. Garner

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ciruli

  25. 5 out of 5

    Bruno Oliveira

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Howland

  27. 4 out of 5

    Alex Sarll

    After the wonky volume 1, this is more like it - big and ridiculous in all the right ways, with guest appearances by the likes of Adam X and Death's Head. Though even the latter is not immune to the poor editing which besets the first couple of issues, initially ending most of his sentences 'yes!' rather than 'yes?', and thus coming off uncharacteristically perky. Other surprising character inclusions: a version of Doop who has hair, and the Flaming Lips. After the wonky volume 1, this is more like it - big and ridiculous in all the right ways, with guest appearances by the likes of Adam X and Death's Head. Though even the latter is not immune to the poor editing which besets the first couple of issues, initially ending most of his sentences 'yes!' rather than 'yes?', and thus coming off uncharacteristically perky. Other surprising character inclusions: a version of Doop who has hair, and the Flaming Lips.

  28. 5 out of 5

    John Smith

  29. 5 out of 5

    silvercyclops

  30. 4 out of 5

    Chas

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