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THE ORIGINALS! Join MARVEL GIRL, CYCLOPS, BEAST, ICEMAN and ANGEL as they reclaim the title of X-MEN. After the world-shaking events of IVX, the original five X-Men are here to bring mutant criminals to justice and restore a heroic sheen to their team. But with a new leader in JEAN GREY and a new mentor in their "arch-frenemy" MAGNETO, will old rivalries and new conflicts THE ORIGINALS! Join MARVEL GIRL, CYCLOPS, BEAST, ICEMAN and ANGEL as they reclaim the title of X-MEN. After the world-shaking events of IVX, the original five X-Men are here to bring mutant criminals to justice and restore a heroic sheen to their team. But with a new leader in JEAN GREY and a new mentor in their "arch-frenemy" MAGNETO, will old rivalries and new conflicts tear these heroes apart?


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THE ORIGINALS! Join MARVEL GIRL, CYCLOPS, BEAST, ICEMAN and ANGEL as they reclaim the title of X-MEN. After the world-shaking events of IVX, the original five X-Men are here to bring mutant criminals to justice and restore a heroic sheen to their team. But with a new leader in JEAN GREY and a new mentor in their "arch-frenemy" MAGNETO, will old rivalries and new conflicts THE ORIGINALS! Join MARVEL GIRL, CYCLOPS, BEAST, ICEMAN and ANGEL as they reclaim the title of X-MEN. After the world-shaking events of IVX, the original five X-Men are here to bring mutant criminals to justice and restore a heroic sheen to their team. But with a new leader in JEAN GREY and a new mentor in their "arch-frenemy" MAGNETO, will old rivalries and new conflicts tear these heroes apart?

30 review for X-Men: Blue #1

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ahmed Ejaz

    X-men took down a criminal. There were a lot of action in this issue. But in the end, X-men had aligned with their greatest enemy of all time. Why they did so, it would be interesting to know.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mr. Cody

    This was actually the most satisfying X-Book in years. Years. Years. YEARS!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Nicolo

    This reader like this better than X-Men: Gold. (link here to my X-Men: Gold review.) Making Jean Grey team leader and former archenemy Magneto as their mentor turns the script around on what was known in X-Men lore. This is the promise fulfilled from when this iteration of the team was ripped from the past so that they could face a future reality where they became legends. Writer Cullen Bunn is on the right direction. It also helps that Art Adams is doing the covers because it connects to the past This reader like this better than X-Men: Gold. (link here to my X-Men: Gold review.) Making Jean Grey team leader and former archenemy Magneto as their mentor turns the script around on what was known in X-Men lore. This is the promise fulfilled from when this iteration of the team was ripped from the past so that they could face a future reality where they became legends. Writer Cullen Bunn is on the right direction. It also helps that Art Adams is doing the covers because it connects to the past while making this series relevant for these times.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Siona St Mark

    I think Gold is going to be the one I like better out of the two flagship X-Men titles, but this was still interesting. With the preview at the end I have a feeling Professor X may make a return.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ozan

    It was free on comixology so i read it. Not bad, the team was time displaced original 5 of Beast, Cyclops, Jean, ice man and angel. They stopped a villain called black tom or whatever from hijaking a yatch. Jouggernout was his partner, he gave really hard time to our young x-men. I didn't like how jean was the team leader when there was Cyclops... Their mentor was Magneto, Magneto needs to make up his mind... 1 minute he's good the next he's evil... There was a blond guy with Wolverine's powers, It was free on comixology so i read it. Not bad, the team was time displaced original 5 of Beast, Cyclops, Jean, ice man and angel. They stopped a villain called black tom or whatever from hijaking a yatch. Jouggernout was his partner, he gave really hard time to our young x-men. I didn't like how jean was the team leader when there was Cyclops... Their mentor was Magneto, Magneto needs to make up his mind... 1 minute he's good the next he's evil... There was a blond guy with Wolverine's powers, he was fighting against Wendego in another place... This must be Jimmy, Logan's son. I heard about him, he was in Ultimate Universe and Marvel decided to bring him to 616... Like we don't have enough character with Wolverine powers... I complain alot but i actually enjoyed the action pact issue. I think i will get the second issue and go on from there... I kind of want to read X-Men. The news about Jonathan Hickman will take over The X-men really hyped me... I'm on board for now.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Vinton Bayne

    I enjoyed this. They have been my favorite team for a while and this is shaping up to be fun. I don't care much for the art especially when it makes them look a lot older than they should. I don't care at all for this new Wolverine character in the backup story. We already have a great Wolverine in Laura and against what I would want, we have an over saturation of Old Man Logan in everything. We DO. NOT. NEED. ANOTHER. WOLVERINE. I enjoyed this. They have been my favorite team for a while and this is shaping up to be fun. I don't care much for the art especially when it makes them look a lot older than they should. I don't care at all for this new Wolverine character in the backup story. We already have a great Wolverine in Laura and against what I would want, we have an over saturation of Old Man Logan in everything. We DO. NOT. NEED. ANOTHER. WOLVERINE.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kati

    I tried to read the X-Men from the very beginning but I realized that the Essential Classic X-Men weren't for me, they were too old, too dated. So, I decided to pick up one series at random and this one looked like a reboot, basically. I'm mostly intrigued by the X-Men working together with Magneto, that should be interesting. I tried to read the X-Men from the very beginning but I realized that the Essential Classic X-Men weren't for me, they were too old, too dated. So, I decided to pick up one series at random and this one looked like a reboot, basically. I'm mostly intrigued by the X-Men working together with Magneto, that should be interesting.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Silas

    This was a fairly surprising volume. I gathered from the cover and having read X-Men Prime #1 that it was the original X-Men striking out on their own as a new team, with Jean as the leader this time. I didn't see a strong in-universe reasoning for this, it just sort of appeared by fiat, and I guess was meant to occur behind the scenes. I suppose it might just be from being in a less-sexist environment than the sixties. Anyhow, the story is pretty straightforward, involving a fight with Black To This was a fairly surprising volume. I gathered from the cover and having read X-Men Prime #1 that it was the original X-Men striking out on their own as a new team, with Jean as the leader this time. I didn't see a strong in-universe reasoning for this, it just sort of appeared by fiat, and I guess was meant to occur behind the scenes. I suppose it might just be from being in a less-sexist environment than the sixties. Anyhow, the story is pretty straightforward, involving a fight with Black Tom and the Juggernaut, with some resulting confusion, since Black Tom doesn't recognize them, but Juggernaut does. I must have missed the part where the Beast started studying magic. I like the change, and it sets him apart from his older self in a way that isn't just visual. It calls to mind when the elder Beast was exploring other realities trying to cure the Legacy virus and discovered another reality where he was the Sorcerer Supreme, and I liked that. The end of the book had a well done teaser indicating that the Wolverine from the Ultimate universe might be joining the team later on, which might make things more interesting (though I kind of expected it might be Laura, based on previous adventures). Overall, this was one of the more enjoyable #1s from this bundle.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Voltago

    Und das nächste neue X-Men-Serie. Ein eingespieltes Team bei der Arbeit. Sehr jung irgendwie. Ein klein Wenig kommt die gute, alte Zeit zurück... ja, hat was. Magneto bringt natürlich nicht den Witz eines Old Man Logan mit... hat aber auch was! Viel Action in dieser Reihe! Handlungsmäßig lässt sich nicht viel sagen, aber sogar der Juggernaut ist wieder mit dabei... Also: Story 9 von 15 Punkte Zeichnungen: 11 von 15 Punkte Zeichner Jorge Molina macht schon einen soliden Job!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Babs

    Really, really don't give a toss about the young old X-Men. Meh and more MEH. Saying that though...the last page will keep a teeny spark of interest for me. Love that guy! Really, really don't give a toss about the young old X-Men. Meh and more MEH. Saying that though...the last page will keep a teeny spark of interest for me. Love that guy!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Elliot Huxtable

    Fun opener

  12. 4 out of 5

    Trav Moehring

    Take note movie guys. If you want to shoehorn the young X-Men into the MCU, this is the story to run with. First issue was a good bit of fun with magic Beast, leader Jean, and surprise ending.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Alice

    GOD I LOVE ME SOME MOJO

  14. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    I'm so down. I'm so down.

  15. 5 out of 5

    MysteryReaderLee

    I really like the X-Men movies, and I decided to try reading some of the comics. I really liked this comic it was really good.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tim Gray

    A fun entertaining read. Also nice to see Jean Grey in charge!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Anthony Gonzales

  18. 5 out of 5

    Xaanua

  19. 5 out of 5

    Shane A. Martin

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jael

  21. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Graves

  22. 5 out of 5

    AnnihilationNova

  23. 5 out of 5

    John

    Very comedic and a fun read.Loved the choice for the surprise villain in the story.Be interesting to see where this goes.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kirsten

  25. 5 out of 5

    Elena

  26. 4 out of 5

    John Martin

  27. 5 out of 5

    Carlos Eduardo

  28. 5 out of 5

    Srishti

  29. 5 out of 5

    Chris

  30. 5 out of 5

    James Lonano

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