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Extraordinary X-Men versus Uncanny Inhumans! The X-Men have learned that the Terrigen Mist — the source of the Inhumans' powers, but lethal to mutants — has reached an irreversible saturation point. Earth is on the verge of being rendered uninhabitable to mutantkind. And now the X-Men see no other option than to strike against the Inhumans to ensure their own survival. But Extraordinary X-Men versus Uncanny Inhumans! The X-Men have learned that the Terrigen Mist — the source of the Inhumans' powers, but lethal to mutants — has reached an irreversible saturation point. Earth is on the verge of being rendered uninhabitable to mutantkind. And now the X-Men see no other option than to strike against the Inhumans to ensure their own survival. But one X-Man doesn't take the decision lightly. Storm has literally led her teammates through hell and back, but will she command them in battle against their longtime friends and allies? What will war mean for Forge, Old Man Logan, Magik and Jean Grey? And if the X-Men come out the other side, what will be the cost? One Extraordinary era ends as another begins! Collecting: EXTRAORDINARY X-MEN #17-20, X-Men Prime (2017) #1.


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Extraordinary X-Men versus Uncanny Inhumans! The X-Men have learned that the Terrigen Mist — the source of the Inhumans' powers, but lethal to mutants — has reached an irreversible saturation point. Earth is on the verge of being rendered uninhabitable to mutantkind. And now the X-Men see no other option than to strike against the Inhumans to ensure their own survival. But Extraordinary X-Men versus Uncanny Inhumans! The X-Men have learned that the Terrigen Mist — the source of the Inhumans' powers, but lethal to mutants — has reached an irreversible saturation point. Earth is on the verge of being rendered uninhabitable to mutantkind. And now the X-Men see no other option than to strike against the Inhumans to ensure their own survival. But one X-Man doesn't take the decision lightly. Storm has literally led her teammates through hell and back, but will she command them in battle against their longtime friends and allies? What will war mean for Forge, Old Man Logan, Magik and Jean Grey? And if the X-Men come out the other side, what will be the cost? One Extraordinary era ends as another begins! Collecting: EXTRAORDINARY X-MEN #17-20, X-Men Prime (2017) #1.

30 review for Extraordinary X-Men, Volume 4: IvX

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    Largely forgettable stories loosely tied into IvX. This era of X-Men has been a clunker for sure. Hopefully, the blue and gold books will be more memorable. The only issue worth reading was the one about the girl dying from m-pox.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Travis Duke

    Not great but not horrible. These big event tie-in really suffer in most series, no breathing room for the series when they have to cross over. This volume starts with a storm mini story and her decision to go to war with the inhumans (IVX) its fine but very short. The next story segways into a storm and Forge reconciliation and a cool old man logan story about Forge. It jumps ahead to the battle itself with Magik dealing with that mutant Sapna, whom she destroyed but now lives in her sword. The Not great but not horrible. These big event tie-in really suffer in most series, no breathing room for the series when they have to cross over. This volume starts with a storm mini story and her decision to go to war with the inhumans (IVX) its fine but very short. The next story segways into a storm and Forge reconciliation and a cool old man logan story about Forge. It jumps ahead to the battle itself with Magik dealing with that mutant Sapna, whom she destroyed but now lives in her sword. Then its the aftermath of IVX and X-men prime 1 which is something I always read which is about Kitty. Overall it's a fine book but easily forgettable. I am glad Lemire wrote it but he doesn't really get to shine, per say. The art is mixed and it is just OK for the most part. Hoping the series picks up

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jesse A

    Weak ending to a mostly decent series.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    [Read as single issues] My review for all three of the X-Men tie-in volumes to IvX will be exactly the same. These are one-shot stories that tie into the events of IvX, and they're not particularly compelling on their own. There's an attempt to try and tie-up the rest of the storylines that the writers have laid down, but their hands are tied in terms of how much they can do. Certain issues are worth looking into, like the Romeo/Iceman issue in All-New X-Men, or the Monet focused issue of Uncanny [Read as single issues] My review for all three of the X-Men tie-in volumes to IvX will be exactly the same. These are one-shot stories that tie into the events of IvX, and they're not particularly compelling on their own. There's an attempt to try and tie-up the rest of the storylines that the writers have laid down, but their hands are tied in terms of how much they can do. Certain issues are worth looking into, like the Romeo/Iceman issue in All-New X-Men, or the Monet focused issue of Uncanny X-Men, but I honestly am having trouble remembering what was going on in most of these books at this point. This era of the X-Men can really be summed up like that - not particularly memorable, but with some good ideas hidden in the depths that aren't allowed to breathe due to excessive events every few months. Yawn. Read the Inhumans tie-ins instead, they're much better.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Michael Hicks

    This fourth volume closes out Jeff Lemire's run on Extraordinary X-Men, picking up some loose threads surrounding the Inhumans vs. X-Men miniseries event and finishing the series proper. I noted in my review of Uncanny X-Men that I was a bit dissatisfied in how that final volume closed out and that there was a lack of actual closure. Lemire avoids this particular landmine, perhaps because he was so heavily involved in plotting and writing the overarching IvX story along with this flagship title This fourth volume closes out Jeff Lemire's run on Extraordinary X-Men, picking up some loose threads surrounding the Inhumans vs. X-Men miniseries event and finishing the series proper. I noted in my review of Uncanny X-Men that I was a bit dissatisfied in how that final volume closed out and that there was a lack of actual closure. Lemire avoids this particular landmine, perhaps because he was so heavily involved in plotting and writing the overarching IvX story along with this flagship title for the X-brand. His issues manage to seal up the various niggling details and put a nice cap on character arcs. It's not a bad read at all, and we even get a welcome bit of fan service as the X-Men play one last game of baseball in Limbo in the book's closing moments. The best of the bunch, though, actually comes from Marc Guggenheim's X-Men Prime #1, a soft launching point for the next relaunch of Marvel's line of X-books. Yes, that's right, it's time for another relaunch and a brand-new batch of #1s...hell, it's been, what, two years since the last one? Frankly, we're lucky Marvel let any of these various titles goes past a single trade collection before deciding it was time to start over fresh (yet) again. But I digress... So, X-Men Prime is super simplistic and not a whole lot happens. The whole damn thing is a tease for the next cycle of X-titles, and the plot is paper thin, but it's also pretty enjoyable overall. The story itself revolves around Storm's decision to leave the X-Men in the wake of the war against the Inhumans and her recruitment of former X-Man Kitty Pryde to return as the leader of the mutants. It's a fun story, and Kitty's a longtime favorite, so it'll be neat to see her return as headmistress of the Xavier Institute. Based on Prime alone, I'm now looking forward to Guggenheim's run on an X-Men book, along with Cullen Bunn's and Lemire's return in their respective titles.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sesana

    Mostly random bits and pieces of character development that Lemire wanted to get done before this book finished. It's mostly decent, and manages to stay largely on the outskirts of the IvX crossover. Always a smart thing to do. The first issue, about a young girl dying of M pox, is actually quite good, and it puts the entire conflict into focus. The issue focusing on Illyana is somewhat less effective. X-Men Prime, which serves as a bridge from the end of this chapter in X-Men history to the nex Mostly random bits and pieces of character development that Lemire wanted to get done before this book finished. It's mostly decent, and manages to stay largely on the outskirts of the IvX crossover. Always a smart thing to do. The first issue, about a young girl dying of M pox, is actually quite good, and it puts the entire conflict into focus. The issue focusing on Illyana is somewhat less effective. X-Men Prime, which serves as a bridge from the end of this chapter in X-Men history to the next, is hardly inspiring. Kitty is back full time and now the leader of the X-Men as a whole because... I don't know, nobody else wanted the job? Because she was the last person in charge over on the Ultimate books? I can't say I'm excited about the prospect, but I'll at least give it a try.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Keith

    This paperback isn't due out for a few months, but I just finished Inhumans vs. X-Men and seeing as this is a tie-in, I didn't want to wait. So I found the issues -- let's not talk about how -- and here we are. I said after Volume 3 that although it took me a couple reads to come around, I actually really enjoyed this lopsided, brief exploration of Lemire's X-Men. I also think he handled the obligatory Apocalypse crossover of summer 2016 with equal parts aplomb, panache, and savoir faire, tying i This paperback isn't due out for a few months, but I just finished Inhumans vs. X-Men and seeing as this is a tie-in, I didn't want to wait. So I found the issues -- let's not talk about how -- and here we are. I said after Volume 3 that although it took me a couple reads to come around, I actually really enjoyed this lopsided, brief exploration of Lemire's X-Men. I also think he handled the obligatory Apocalypse crossover of summer 2016 with equal parts aplomb, panache, and savoir faire, tying it up with a weird little bow into the storyline already under development. Not so with IvX, which tries to squeeze itself into events from the miniseries proper. Unfortunately, that series is already solid as a rock, and there's only one of the three tie-in issues -- a one-off about a mutant infected with the Inhumans' Terrigen Mist -- that feels really effective. The other issues do random bits of character development that are clearly loose ends Lemire is trying to sloppily tie up in and around his crossover duties. It really doesn't work, and in one case the Extraordinary version of events doesn't even line up with the main title. In the final issue, Lemire does some mildly more satisfying epilogue work, and has some overly saccharine moments with his characters before sending them on their way. That much of it works -- but only that much. I've waxed poetic about the end of the X-era that wraps here in my review of Inhumans vs X-Men, and I don't much feel the need to repeat myself. The new round of X-titles begins soon, but the paperbacks will take longer. I won't mind rereading these volumes until then.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Frédéric

    The best of the X-Men tie-ins from what was the best of the 3 mutant series. The IvX issues are all decent, more or less tied to the event, but unequally pencilled-Ibanez remains my favorite by far. The finale is played low key, classicisme and bittersweet but not too shabby. Ibanez pencils it. The annual is 100% dispensable, a boring prison break following by an even more boring Forge-Dinosaur girl (who the hell is this character anyway?) team-up. The "Prime" issue is yet against dispensable. "Th The best of the X-Men tie-ins from what was the best of the 3 mutant series. The IvX issues are all decent, more or less tied to the event, but unequally pencilled-Ibanez remains my favorite by far. The finale is played low key, classicisme and bittersweet but not too shabby. Ibanez pencils it. The annual is 100% dispensable, a boring prison break following by an even more boring Forge-Dinosaur girl (who the hell is this character anyway?) team-up. The "Prime" issue is yet against dispensable. "The dream lives on" and suffit like that. Kitty Pryde is back, O joy...

  9. 4 out of 5

    Quentin Wallace

    This was the Inhumans vs X-Men tie in volume. It was a little more relevant than the Uncanny X-Men tie in issues, but still seemed unnecessary to move the crossover alone. There were a few moments of character development, so that was something. The ending, including the X-Men Prime issue, set up the next wave of X-Men titles nicely...well kinda. (Blue, Gold, Weapon X.) Overall this entire run was a fun read, but really it was more take it or leave it rather than anything I'd call a must read. This was the Inhumans vs X-Men tie in volume. It was a little more relevant than the Uncanny X-Men tie in issues, but still seemed unnecessary to move the crossover alone. There were a few moments of character development, so that was something. The ending, including the X-Men Prime issue, set up the next wave of X-Men titles nicely...well kinda. (Blue, Gold, Weapon X.) Overall this entire run was a fun read, but really it was more take it or leave it rather than anything I'd call a must read.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ross Alon

    A fitting ending to an okay series. This isn't Lemire's Animal Man which was awesome, but a nice little x-men run. The single issues format the X-men books received for the event managed to work here, and had some nice moments. A fitting ending to an okay series. This isn't Lemire's Animal Man which was awesome, but a nice little x-men run. The single issues format the X-men books received for the event managed to work here, and had some nice moments.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Baba

    An enchanting beginning with an M-Pox sufferers point-of-view of X-Haven. Then there's a couple of Inhumans vs X-Men crossovers focusing on Storm's teams missions during the event, including the fate of Sapna. The fate of X-Haven itself is dealt with before Legacy begins in the final story with an old X-person returning to take the reigns. A bit so-so, but thanks to that first enchantingly beautiful tale - 7 out of 12. An enchanting beginning with an M-Pox sufferers point-of-view of X-Haven. Then there's a couple of Inhumans vs X-Men crossovers focusing on Storm's teams missions during the event, including the fate of Sapna. The fate of X-Haven itself is dealt with before Legacy begins in the final story with an old X-person returning to take the reigns. A bit so-so, but thanks to that first enchantingly beautiful tale - 7 out of 12.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Adam Fisher

    This Volume, which mostly coincides with the events of IvX, is more about stories on a personal level. The first issue features a family who moved to X-Haven because the youngest sister developed mutant powers and caught M-Pox. Idolizing Storm as her hero above all others, the dying mutant finally gets to see her hero right before she dies. (I shed a few actual tears reading that issue). The second is about Forge, his mutant power, and previous relationship with Storm. The highlight of this come This Volume, which mostly coincides with the events of IvX, is more about stories on a personal level. The first issue features a family who moved to X-Haven because the youngest sister developed mutant powers and caught M-Pox. Idolizing Storm as her hero above all others, the dying mutant finally gets to see her hero right before she dies. (I shed a few actual tears reading that issue). The second is about Forge, his mutant power, and previous relationship with Storm. The highlight of this comes when Forge finds out that he was a badass desert Indian reservation protector in the world that Old Man Logan is from. Third deals with Magik's connection with Sapna, the girl she had to kill in the last Volume to save X-Haven. Sapna is getting lonely in the shadowy dimension that Magik stuck her in and wants Magik to stay with her forever. Finding a solution beneficial to all, Sapna now exists as a spirit that only Illyana can see and here. Fourth is more about the team, and shows us the aftermath of mutants leaving Limbo and going back to Earth, ultimately establishing a new school in Central Park, NYC. X-Men: Prime is included here too, which brings Kitty Pryde back to the team, leading us into the events of X-Men: Gold, which I definitely look forward to reading. Not incredibly vital to knowing what is going on in the X-Men side of the Marvel Universe, but this Volume certainly does tug at your heartstrings while advancing the plot. Recommend.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dubzor

    Lemire's run ends in a whimper rather than a bang, which is a shame, and most likely not the fault of the author. The failings of this series are the very reason I tend to stay clear of flagship Marvel titles as much as possible...the dreaded "Event Syndrome." In four volumes, only two stories really felt as if they came from the author with his original vision of the series based on the change of status quo. Everything else was a forced tie-in to other Marvel Events. Which is a shame, and counter Lemire's run ends in a whimper rather than a bang, which is a shame, and most likely not the fault of the author. The failings of this series are the very reason I tend to stay clear of flagship Marvel titles as much as possible...the dreaded "Event Syndrome." In four volumes, only two stories really felt as if they came from the author with his original vision of the series based on the change of status quo. Everything else was a forced tie-in to other Marvel Events. Which is a shame, and counterproductive. After SECRET WARS, the status quo was changed significantly for the X-Men. Mysteries were setup as well as challenges. In this series at least, instead of allowing Lemire to explore how these characters deal with said change, Marvel TELLS him how they deal with the change by announcing IVX. The volume ends with a preview of the NEW NEW NEW Status Quo with the further division of the X-Teams into X-Prime, X-Gold, and X-Blue (I'm sure I'm missing something.) This issue does not fill me with confidence for the future. But, whatever, give it a few months and it will change once again no doubt.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Juan

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I read these issues along with the other XMen books and Inhumans vs XMen story arc. Of the three series this one is the most entertaining and moving. It is also the saddest. The first issue is the saddest because it tells us how Storm made her decision to act against the Inhumans. Unfortunately it is due to the death of an innocent child effected by m-pox. The story is so well written and, I feel, justifies action. Next issue features Storm again but as more of a back up role, explaining her fee I read these issues along with the other XMen books and Inhumans vs XMen story arc. Of the three series this one is the most entertaining and moving. It is also the saddest. The first issue is the saddest because it tells us how Storm made her decision to act against the Inhumans. Unfortunately it is due to the death of an innocent child effected by m-pox. The story is so well written and, I feel, justifies action. Next issue features Storm again but as more of a back up role, explaining her feelings to Forge and Logan whom are reluctantly teaming up together. It’s rather witty. Second to last issue brings us back to Sapna and her efforts to not lose her last remaining friend and connection to the real world. Again, the story is well written and moving. Really cute at some points too when you consider the innocents of children. The last issue acts as a epilogue to the larger story and gives us a glimpse of hope for the future of the XMen. Well, that and some hysterical images of the team playing a game of baseball. I’d recommend reading this volume along side the larger story arc so one can understand what’s going on.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Adam Stone

    With its focus on Storm's evolution as a leader and her romantic relationships, this is a bit of a step up from the previous books in the run, but only a little bit of a step up. The whole thrust of the post-Secret Wars / pre-rerererererererererererererereboot X-books is that the mutants were headed for a war with The Inhumans. While it's far better than their recentish battle against the Avengers, it's still not great. More interesting than the mostly off-screen war, is Magik's adventures in the With its focus on Storm's evolution as a leader and her romantic relationships, this is a bit of a step up from the previous books in the run, but only a little bit of a step up. The whole thrust of the post-Secret Wars / pre-rerererererererererererererereboot X-books is that the mutants were headed for a war with The Inhumans. While it's far better than their recentish battle against the Avengers, it's still not great. More interesting than the mostly off-screen war, is Magik's adventures in the Soul Sword, which is only interesting because of the change in art style. It's still tough to feel emotionally connected to a Sapna character whose major personality is pawn sacrificed for a mostly unimportant storyline. THe collection is padded out with the X-Men Prime issue which sets up, after barely a year, the next complete reboot of X-books. Marvel editorial's practice of establish new time, toss through a couple of reimagined Claremont stories, then reboot, has made most of the 2010s a terrible time to be an X-Men fan. This book is a little better than the other titles at the time, but it's not good.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    So how do you crossover with IvX while maintaining the integrity of your own comic? Lemire's eXM answers that question with three tightly personal character pieces, each focusing on a single moment in the IvX conflict. Ororo prepares to go to war; Forge builds a big bomb; and Illyana deals with the consequences of her actions. The first issue is a superb piece that touches upon the consequences of the M-plague in a way that nothing else has, while the others are good character stories. This volum So how do you crossover with IvX while maintaining the integrity of your own comic? Lemire's eXM answers that question with three tightly personal character pieces, each focusing on a single moment in the IvX conflict. Ororo prepares to go to war; Forge builds a big bomb; and Illyana deals with the consequences of her actions. The first issue is a superb piece that touches upon the consequences of the M-plague in a way that nothing else has, while the others are good character stories. This volume then ends with a quick wrap-up of the X-Men's Limbo days followed by a somewhat redundant push into the next era. They're both good enough, and the latter issue gives me hope for the new era of X-Men stories. I particularly love the adult Kate who seems a great match for the Kitty Pryde of Days of Future Past. Overall, Lemire's X-Men has been the only bright spot among the team books in the IvX. It's good to see it go out on top of its game.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Brad McKenna

    I liked the last issue of this but the ones between had me at a loss. I'm sorely disappointed that I can't just pick up a volume of X-comics without having to read all the other titles to get the full story. The last ish, had the return of Kitty Pride, who was moonlighting as a Guardian of the Galaxy, that didn't bug me because it was contained off the page and didn't leave me fumbling to make sense of it. But as she toured the X-mansion to see how much had changed, she comes across Jubilee...an I liked the last issue of this but the ones between had me at a loss. I'm sorely disappointed that I can't just pick up a volume of X-comics without having to read all the other titles to get the full story. The last ish, had the return of Kitty Pride, who was moonlighting as a Guardian of the Galaxy, that didn't bug me because it was contained off the page and didn't leave me fumbling to make sense of it. But as she toured the X-mansion to see how much had changed, she comes across Jubilee...and her son. Dude. I've missed so much. If you're debating about reading this one but are just getting back into X-titles, don't. Look around for a collected volume of the Inhumans Vs. X-men storyline and read that one instead. Oh and let me know if you find it; cause it seemed like an interesting story, if only Marvel would collect storyline not individual titles. But then again, maybe they do but I don't have access to them on Hoopla.

  18. 4 out of 5

    C

    Continuing the great x-read of 2017/18... So the companion stories to the big IVX crossover are interesting. They are basically all presented as a series of character vignettes set during the events of the big story. As someone who digs the "quiet" X-Men stories, this was alright by me. Okay, so I pretty much hate everything having to do with the terrigen mists and the Inhumans and this whole timeframe in the books but that doesn't mean that it managed to completely ruin these stories. Here, I part Continuing the great x-read of 2017/18... So the companion stories to the big IVX crossover are interesting. They are basically all presented as a series of character vignettes set during the events of the big story. As someone who digs the "quiet" X-Men stories, this was alright by me. Okay, so I pretty much hate everything having to do with the terrigen mists and the Inhumans and this whole timeframe in the books but that doesn't mean that it managed to completely ruin these stories. Here, I particularly enjoyed the tale of Storm and the young girl dying of M-pox (despite m-pox being so dumb...) and the interactions between Forge and Storm.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Mitchell

    I wasn't expecting much in this one. And the story itself was fractured - too many pieces are just skipped, presumably printed in other graphic novels. But the pieces, there were just plenty of good ones. Good writing, good art. Characters handled in a way that shows they are known and respected. And the story might actually have moved forward. Ororo in particular was written well and Kitty almost as well though they still are struggling figuring out what she looks like. I wasn't expecting much in this one. And the story itself was fractured - too many pieces are just skipped, presumably printed in other graphic novels. But the pieces, there were just plenty of good ones. Good writing, good art. Characters handled in a way that shows they are known and respected. And the story might actually have moved forward. Ororo in particular was written well and Kitty almost as well though they still are struggling figuring out what she looks like.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Adan

    While I enjoyed the focus on individual stories in this collection (due to the IvX crossover), it still a bit rudderless. And that’s because it was. The series was ending, thanks to a storyline being played out somewhere else, and Lenore just had to end it as best he could. But hey, I got some bonus Sorrentino art during Logan and Forge’s talk about what happens to future Forge (who is a badass mad scientist).

  21. 4 out of 5

    Roman Colombo

    Certainly the best out of the IvX crossovers. The first issue in this might have had me crying a little. But the art was really terrible at times. Mushy faces, like bad clay figures. Really excited for the future of the X-Men after reading Prime, though.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Scott Lee

    Much like the All-New, All-Different, Avengers Civil War II volume, this collection concentrates on a single member of Storm's team of X-Men to give personal moments and characterization within the context of the larger IVX storyline. Actually more enjoyable than the main IVX story itself. Much like the All-New, All-Different, Avengers Civil War II volume, this collection concentrates on a single member of Storm's team of X-Men to give personal moments and characterization within the context of the larger IVX storyline. Actually more enjoyable than the main IVX story itself.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kanna

    Was pretty annoyed with this one, considering I don't understand what is going on anymore because the plot isn't consistent and they just throw things together that don't happen right after one another. Was pretty annoyed with this one, considering I don't understand what is going on anymore because the plot isn't consistent and they just throw things together that don't happen right after one another.

  24. 5 out of 5

    David

    A fair collection. None of these three concurrent X-Titles have been much to write home about. And all three tie-into the Inhumans vs. X-Men mini-series which was also a disappointment. I hope the next act is better. And I hope it connects to the X-men history better. For die-hard fans only.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lillian Francis

    Some meh issues and some okay. If you're not reading Inhumans vs X-Men, then they won't make much sense. And the final issue is X-Men Prime, which sets up the changes for the new Blue and Gold series. Some meh issues and some okay. If you're not reading Inhumans vs X-Men, then they won't make much sense. And the final issue is X-Men Prime, which sets up the changes for the new Blue and Gold series.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jayda

    I don't think it's good when you forget the story not too long after you finish reading it. Magik was probably the most interesting one which is sad when you have badass favorites like Storm and Logan on the team. I don't think it's good when you forget the story not too long after you finish reading it. Magik was probably the most interesting one which is sad when you have badass favorites like Storm and Logan on the team.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Eric Mikols

    I really enjoyed the first half of this series, but then artists changed and the plotting fell away and the Inhumans vs. X-Men storyline took over and it just fell apart. Oh well. We'll always have the X-Men fighting Sinister in the sewers! I really enjoyed the first half of this series, but then artists changed and the plotting fell away and the Inhumans vs. X-Men storyline took over and it just fell apart. Oh well. We'll always have the X-Men fighting Sinister in the sewers!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lionel

    The final issue saves it all

  29. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Butcher

    Collection of IvX side tales that ends the series and the X-Men's time in Limbo....mixed bag in quality. The best touch the heart among the tales. Collection of IvX side tales that ends the series and the X-Men's time in Limbo....mixed bag in quality. The best touch the heart among the tales.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ivan Lex

    Is not as terrible as people says hahaha, and the prime number was super cool! i want to read this new x-men era

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