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The Dawn of X reaches a pivotal point in its evolution! IN X-MEN, the Krakoan leaders show humanity exactly what real power looks like! And Beast of X-FORCE takes matters into his own hands when a piece of new technology threatens the new nation. As the battle of Madripoor rages, the MARAUDERS can count themselves lucky to have two Omega-level mutants onboard. But when Apo The Dawn of X reaches a pivotal point in its evolution! IN X-MEN, the Krakoan leaders show humanity exactly what real power looks like! And Beast of X-FORCE takes matters into his own hands when a piece of new technology threatens the new nation. As the battle of Madripoor rages, the MARAUDERS can count themselves lucky to have two Omega-level mutants onboard. But when Apocalypse performs a ritual, EXCALIBUR's throne of power changes hands! As Cable turns on X-23, the repercussions may tear the FALLEN ANGELS apart! And with Armor's squad of NEW MUTANTS in serious trouble, it's time to call in the cavalry - but will that be enough to turn the tide? COLLECTING: X-MEN (2019) #6, X-FORCE (2019) #6, MARAUDERS #6, EXCALIBUR (2019) #6, FALLEN ANGELS (2019) #6 AND NEW MUTANTS (2019) #6


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The Dawn of X reaches a pivotal point in its evolution! IN X-MEN, the Krakoan leaders show humanity exactly what real power looks like! And Beast of X-FORCE takes matters into his own hands when a piece of new technology threatens the new nation. As the battle of Madripoor rages, the MARAUDERS can count themselves lucky to have two Omega-level mutants onboard. But when Apo The Dawn of X reaches a pivotal point in its evolution! IN X-MEN, the Krakoan leaders show humanity exactly what real power looks like! And Beast of X-FORCE takes matters into his own hands when a piece of new technology threatens the new nation. As the battle of Madripoor rages, the MARAUDERS can count themselves lucky to have two Omega-level mutants onboard. But when Apocalypse performs a ritual, EXCALIBUR's throne of power changes hands! As Cable turns on X-23, the repercussions may tear the FALLEN ANGELS apart! And with Armor's squad of NEW MUTANTS in serious trouble, it's time to call in the cavalry - but will that be enough to turn the tide? COLLECTING: X-MEN (2019) #6, X-FORCE (2019) #6, MARAUDERS #6, EXCALIBUR (2019) #6, FALLEN ANGELS (2019) #6 AND NEW MUTANTS (2019) #6

30 review for Dawn of X Vol. 6

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    X-Men, Marauders, and X-Force continue to be the books to read. If New Mutants could stick to one story instead of interspersing Ed Brisson's blase story about drug gangs bothering mutants in Nebraska in the midst of Hickman's story of the actual New Mutants in space it would make the cut as well. Excalibur is boring and choppy. Fallen Angels has finally been taken out to pasture and shot with issue #6. It should have been done after issue #1. X-Men, Marauders, and X-Force continue to be the books to read. If New Mutants could stick to one story instead of interspersing Ed Brisson's blase story about drug gangs bothering mutants in Nebraska in the midst of Hickman's story of the actual New Mutants in space it would make the cut as well. Excalibur is boring and choppy. Fallen Angels has finally been taken out to pasture and shot with issue #6. It should have been done after issue #1.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gabriell Anderson

    První dávka skončila. Stojí to za to? Rozhodně. Stojí to za to všechno? Rozhodně ne. Marauders, X-meni i X-Force jsou super, všechno to pokračuje a samozřejmě skončilo poctivými cliffhangery. New Mutants zase skočili do své druhé linky, kterou asi ukončili? Kdoví, pořád to může být jenom konec kapitoly. První linka rozhodně neskončila a zatím čeká na pokračování cliffhangeru z minulého čísla. Excalibur se pohnul zajímavým směrem, jsem zvědav, byť pořád se ztrácím v tom, kdo je kdo. Fallen Angels sko První dávka skončila. Stojí to za to? Rozhodně. Stojí to za to všechno? Rozhodně ne. Marauders, X-meni i X-Force jsou super, všechno to pokračuje a samozřejmě skončilo poctivými cliffhangery. New Mutants zase skočili do své druhé linky, kterou asi ukončili? Kdoví, pořád to může být jenom konec kapitoly. První linka rozhodně neskončila a zatím čeká na pokračování cliffhangeru z minulého čísla. Excalibur se pohnul zajímavým směrem, jsem zvědav, byť pořád se ztrácím v tom, kdo je kdo. Fallen Angels skončili a nevypadá to, že by se hned tak vrátili. Radujme se.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Malum

    most of these books had a very strong first six issues (although it's weird that New Mutants keeps jumping between two totally unrelated stories with two different groups. They should have just made two different books). Also, these collections can now finally unburden themselves from the terrible (and rightfully cancelled) Fallen Angels. If it wasn't for that dumpster fire, these all would have been 5 star collections to me. most of these books had a very strong first six issues (although it's weird that New Mutants keeps jumping between two totally unrelated stories with two different groups. They should have just made two different books). Also, these collections can now finally unburden themselves from the terrible (and rightfully cancelled) Fallen Angels. If it wasn't for that dumpster fire, these all would have been 5 star collections to me.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    COLLECTS X-MEN (2019) #6, X-FORCE (2019) #6, MARAUDERS #6, EXCALIBUR (2019) #6, FALLEN ANGELS (2019) #6 AND NEW MUTANTS (2019) #6 By completing this "Dawn of X" collection, I have now finished each of the first wave of collections from this new era of X-Men comic books. The initial six series have each reached Issue #6. My interest in each of these books have remained relatively the same from issue to issue. Here is my ranking of the issues in this collection: 1. X-Men 2. Marauders 3. X-Force 4. Exc COLLECTS X-MEN (2019) #6, X-FORCE (2019) #6, MARAUDERS #6, EXCALIBUR (2019) #6, FALLEN ANGELS (2019) #6 AND NEW MUTANTS (2019) #6 By completing this "Dawn of X" collection, I have now finished each of the first wave of collections from this new era of X-Men comic books. The initial six series have each reached Issue #6. My interest in each of these books have remained relatively the same from issue to issue. Here is my ranking of the issues in this collection: 1. X-Men 2. Marauders 3. X-Force 4. Excalibur 5. New Mutants 6. Fallen Angels Final rating for the overall collection = 3.5 stars I believe that "Fallen Angels" has been my least favorite book in each of the first six "Dawn of X" collections, and the way Issue #6 ends, I'm wondering if that series got canceled. I wouldn't be surprised, because it was not a very engaging story. The cast had potential, but the story wasn't that great.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Robert Kirwan

    X-Force = Marauders = New Mutants = X-Men > Excalibur > Fallen Angels Glad Fallen Angels is over All other X-Books are fantastic with Excalibur lagging behind some of the others. X-Force and New Mutants are my top 2 not only for their art styles but for the creativity of their stories.

  6. 4 out of 5

    AJ Kallas

    Fun start. But definitely hasn’t been as incredible of an experience as HOX/POX.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Adam Stone

    For the first time in reading this series, I completely skipped one part of the story. This volume features the final issue of Fallen Angels, Vol. 1 , and I am not sorry to see it go. Each volume I talked about its overly dark art, but the real issue is the story feels empty. I really like Psylocke (formerly Kwannon), and I really like X-23 (formerly Wolverine), and I'm intrigued by the new, younger Cable. But nothing in this story led me to care about any of them. I also think I've reached the For the first time in reading this series, I completely skipped one part of the story. This volume features the final issue of Fallen Angels, Vol. 1 , and I am not sorry to see it go. Each volume I talked about its overly dark art, but the real issue is the story feels empty. I really like Psylocke (formerly Kwannon), and I really like X-23 (formerly Wolverine), and I'm intrigued by the new, younger Cable. But nothing in this story led me to care about any of them. I also think I've reached the end of my ability to read Excalibur. The Apocalypse portion of story is okay, and I started really reading X-Men in 1990, so I do enjoy the Rogue/Gambit evolution. I just don't care about Albion or Captain Britain lore. Even though Captain Britain (formerly Psylocke, but not the same Psylocke who is formerly Kwannon) is a character I've been invested in over the years, her connection to Excalibur never interested me, and this volume has done little to win me over. The pacing feels off from the other books, the dialog is flat. I'm hoping this is the next series to go. Another let down in this issue was the X-Men story. I felt like the entire issue contained about five pages of story dragged across twenty-two pages. I liked where it started, and what it reveals about the current status quo, but there was room for much more plot in this issue. Marauders and New Mutants were both excellent. The Hellfire Club/Krakoan Council angle doesn't seem like something that would hold my attention but Gerry Duggan is absolutely nailing this book. With every page, I wonder what he's about to do next. And the New Mutants mix of brand new characters, Morrison-era characters, and Boom-Boom (who really doesn't belong to a particular X-era) is just fun to watch evolve. I feel like we're going to be focused back on the space storyline next issue, and that's also been a blast. I do still recommend this series for people who want to get a handle on the new X-Men status quo but it is waning in quality, and I don't have especially high hopes for the debut of the Wolverine title in the next volume.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Crazed8J8

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Reviewing these Dawn of X books by title (I read them as a run for the first 6 issues)… Overall 3.5 stars X-Men – This was a great run, creative, and I really dug the team. The art was great, and I’ve really grown to like Hickman’s writing. The first issue was very introductory, but the title really hit its pace in book 3. Although the Hordeculture was kind of boring, I really liked the Quiet Council development and book 4 really nailed it when Quiet council met with other world leaders, it was j Reviewing these Dawn of X books by title (I read them as a run for the first 6 issues)… Overall 3.5 stars X-Men – This was a great run, creative, and I really dug the team. The art was great, and I’ve really grown to like Hickman’s writing. The first issue was very introductory, but the title really hit its pace in book 3. Although the Hordeculture was kind of boring, I really liked the Quiet Council development and book 4 really nailed it when Quiet council met with other world leaders, it was just a great chemistry and power play. I liked the development of some of the characters (Armor and Storm) as well. The 6th book really left a cliffhanger with Mystique and Destiny, I’ll have to pick up future books to see where that plot heads. – 4 stars Marauders was next. I had very low expectations of this run, based on the characters involved, but holy cow, it turned out to be a surprise hit. Kitty “Call me Kate” Pryde really established herself as a major X-character, and being the central focus of the books lent itself to some deep character development. This may be the best title of the run, and I was totally surprised by that. – 5 stars Excalibur was my next run. I like Betsy Braddock (usually in her Psylocke form), and can tolerate Rogue and Gambit, but this hodgepodge team felt strained, and the ‘mythos’ of Arthurian lore didn’t really resonate with me in these pages. All around it was just a weird book, and apart from some development for Betsy and Rogue, the writing fell flat to me. Not worth reading, really, but I did like Roguepocalypse. – 3 stars New Mutants was the next title. Historically, this and X-Force usually were my favorite X-teams, but despite having pulled together some of the classic characters, this book was all around weird. The “space” story was weird and I didn’t like it, and to make it worse, you only get half the story before they cut to a completely unrelated story for 2 books (which was also just a mediocre story). The only takeaway I got from this run was that Boom-Boom establishes herself as a hard hitter, the rest of the book sadly sucked pretty hardcore, which is a huge disappointment to me!! – 2 stars X-Force was the next run, and it felt a little slow, but I liked the team that appeared. Any time that Logan and Domino team up, you have a hit on your hands. I typically don’t care for Forge, and especially dislike Kid Omega, but at least Forge has a good presence in these pages, and has some cool weaponry as he develops and integrates Krakoan technology into stuff. Black Tom is weird, and may develop later, but this run just made him really odd. I did like Jean’s appearance and raw power as well as Sage’s prowess, but Beast was rubbing me the wrong way. – 4 stars Fallen Angels is the final run. I love the team of Psylocke/X-23/Kid Cable (I wish it were regular Cable). The premise of the book is a bit odd (it reminds me of Resident Evil), but with that out of the way, the team-up works. Overall the story seemed disjointed, and the art (especially Psylocke’s face) was awkward. – 3 stars

  9. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Maruaders #6 I luff you, forever, Lockheed. I love the importance of the Jewish references the entire first half of Kitty's narration and speech is aaaaallll about. I will always be here for Ororo and Kitty working together. zKHxkljhcvkjhxcbkjh MY BABY NNNNOOOOOO even though I'm not really worried? -------------------------- Excalibur #6 Well. That's a cover. aKHSDFKLJH AND AN OPENER. I appreciate we're having a conversation here where a woman doesn't want to have a baby just because a] it's not possible Maruaders #6 I luff you, forever, Lockheed. I love the importance of the Jewish references the entire first half of Kitty's narration and speech is aaaaallll about. I will always be here for Ororo and Kitty working together. zKHxkljhcvkjhxcbkjh MY BABY NNNNOOOOOO even though I'm not really worried? -------------------------- Excalibur #6 Well. That's a cover. aKHSDFKLJH AND AN OPENER. I appreciate we're having a conversation here where a woman doesn't want to have a baby just because a] it's not possible and b] other people might want her to, and that realizing she could was what made her realize she didn't actually want on. Like. Look at them having an adult discussion in their hot tub. ------------------------ Fallen Angels #6 Welll. That was interesting, and the end to the first of the series that actually ends on this path. But there are so many other new ones starting up I'm not sure that does much. -------------------------------- New Mutants #6 And skipping to two months back, back to Nebraska Plot now, instead of Space Plot. ttthhaattt's totally not going to come back and bite anyone in the ass. But on the same hand, I like that these children are trying to figure how to use their powers the right way (after truly horrid earlier plots of terror), and not understanding yet the big grey space between "you can't just kill me for killing other people" and "you can't just change someone's memory to make them happy and not sad anymore" -------------------- X-Force #6 Hel-lo, prettier Jean art. Watch me cap all this as I go Not great art, but a super great point here. ... why is this another basically all-but-up-the-skirt full page Jean shot. Stop it. My pissssssed off princess. ..... Hank? O_o That's such a last shot. That is. Tell me more. ---------------------------- X-Men #6 Mystique. I do so absolutely ship it forever, love. Oh, Charles & Erik, I have a good number of problems with your hyper arrogance in this conversation. "They want us blind for some reason." ------------------------------------ End of Volume 6. And with the first main 6 volumes done. I have read all of Dawn X: Building a Nation, vol I. & half of Vol. 2, but there aren't volumes up in in Goodreads yet, so those will be added once they happen to exist.

  10. 5 out of 5

    C

    I have to say that I enjoyed this volume a bit more than the first 5. I'm starting to get a feel for everything that is going on and while I don't love the overall direction, there is still quite a bit to like. For example, that issue of X-men with Mystique and an almost behind the curtain peek at what is going on. It was dark and foreboding and just perfect. Which is why I feel a bit of whiplash with these titles. There has been this undertone of mystery and darkness (why no precogs? for instance I have to say that I enjoyed this volume a bit more than the first 5. I'm starting to get a feel for everything that is going on and while I don't love the overall direction, there is still quite a bit to like. For example, that issue of X-men with Mystique and an almost behind the curtain peek at what is going on. It was dark and foreboding and just perfect. Which is why I feel a bit of whiplash with these titles. There has been this undertone of mystery and darkness (why no precogs? for instance) running since House/Powers and I really dig the potential of that... Is Krakoa brainwashing people somehow? Is that why so many characters just seem off? Is Xavier even Xavier? (Last time we saw him before this series, he was a combination of Charles and Fantomex, right?)... There is this dark undercurrent and don't get me wrong - I am totally fine with a slow burn. But the tone of these books is so all over the place. Some of them seem like they are leading towards something big and some of them feel like they don't have any idea where they are going. Some are outright goofy while others seem apocalyptic. Events in one don't seem to have a lot of bearing on the other books... Even as I am coming around and enjoying these books, I am having a hard time with the lack of cohesion in the series. Despite that, (I imagine it would feel a bit more guided if I were reading each series on its own...) I want to once again applaud Marvel for releasing these volumes this way. It takes me back to the days of reading individual issues (there isn't a comics store within hundreds of miles of me so those days are done) and I think that alone has kept me buying the books when I may have wandered away otherwise. Edit: Also, is the brutal, almost evil Beast really bugging anyone else? When X-force first existed, Beast was vehemently opposed to it... Not to mention his characterization during the Messiah crossovers. Yet another character who feels really off to me. He has come a long way from being the conscience of the team and it does not really feel earned in my opinion.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Blindzider

    3 stars: Marauders - Sort of an ending but the true villain is revealed. Still on the fence with this one. 2 stars: Excalibur - Another bit of closure, but clearly more to come with this particular plot thread. Feelings on this book are rapidly decreasing. 1 star: Fallen Angels - just don't really care about this version of Psylocke or her new archenemy. I'm only reading it just to be aware of what is going on. If I didn't have the issue in my hands I wouldn't even be reading it. 3 stars: New Mutan 3 stars: Marauders - Sort of an ending but the true villain is revealed. Still on the fence with this one. 2 stars: Excalibur - Another bit of closure, but clearly more to come with this particular plot thread. Feelings on this book are rapidly decreasing. 1 star: Fallen Angels - just don't really care about this version of Psylocke or her new archenemy. I'm only reading it just to be aware of what is going on. If I didn't have the issue in my hands I wouldn't even be reading it. 3 stars: New Mutants - Well the story about the "new" New Mutants just took a dark turn and brings up one or two mature ideas to think about. Really enjoyed (and felt) the visuals of Armor's frustration on that last page. 3 stars: X-Force - The art is better than the last couple of issues. Much of this is to give you an idea of Beast's mind frame now and what lengths he's willing to go to. Again, no real reason given for this departure from his previous personality. It also doesn't make sense that Jean Grey would just go along with him on some of the things that he asked her to do. More geopolitics. A little closure but yet another villain revealed for the future. 3 stars: X-Men - Love the planning ahead by Charles and Erik. Love that this is mostly about Mystique and her attitude about the current state of X-affairs. There's enough flashback to give her story a real emotion tie. Excellent issue.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

    Well now that I have had a chance to read this far into the regular comics coming from these new Hickman run I think I have a grasp of what to expect from here on out. Hickman seems to want to very slowly build a world. Like a very long sci fi novel. And the beginning chapters of X-Men and X-Force seem to set the world up and slowly build on themselves. I really just hope the payoff is worth the buildup. It's fun to read some of the time and other times it feels like an exposition dump. Marauder Well now that I have had a chance to read this far into the regular comics coming from these new Hickman run I think I have a grasp of what to expect from here on out. Hickman seems to want to very slowly build a world. Like a very long sci fi novel. And the beginning chapters of X-Men and X-Force seem to set the world up and slowly build on themselves. I really just hope the payoff is worth the buildup. It's fun to read some of the time and other times it feels like an exposition dump. Marauders and Excalibur are still being written like a comic book and the former is much more interesting than the latter. New Mutants is strange because someone made the poor decision to share two stories in one title and alternate between the two. Both stories are actually good, but they should have had their own title from the start. And now the main X-Men title is carrying the main story along. It's now much better than when it started, but could really use a better artist. Anyway, this jumbled pile of reactions is my response to volume 6. I guess I should leave this review like this since the book itself is kind of a jumble. A little bad and a lot of good stories, all with very different tones.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rocky Sunico

    Okay, most trade paperbacks round out stories by 5-6 issues, so we get a lot of initial arcs coming to a close. And it's a mixed back. Biggest letdown was probably Fallen Angels - big dramatic story, uneven art, and ultimately ends with a sad and unfulfilling conclusion. X-Force got better over time, but it's still not great. X-Men feels oddly episodic as it jumps around events. Excalibur remains very WTF in terms of overall narrative flow and what the heck Apocalypse is up to. New Mutants starte Okay, most trade paperbacks round out stories by 5-6 issues, so we get a lot of initial arcs coming to a close. And it's a mixed back. Biggest letdown was probably Fallen Angels - big dramatic story, uneven art, and ultimately ends with a sad and unfulfilling conclusion. X-Force got better over time, but it's still not great. X-Men feels oddly episodic as it jumps around events. Excalibur remains very WTF in terms of overall narrative flow and what the heck Apocalypse is up to. New Mutants started strong, but the Earth-based team just wasn't as fulfilling as the original New Mutants out in space. Plus the differences in art between the two also stress the differences between them. Marauders also had a strong start and continue to have a lot of potential, but I'm not too enamored with this Sebastian Shaw angel. On the whole, a lot of the arcs focused on mutants preparing to face off against humanity resisting their dominance. But this book concludes by reminding us that some of biggest problems that mutantkind faces are other mutants, especially those we previously knew to be villains and who are now just supposed to be happy, contributing citizens of Krakoa.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Martijn Van

    X-Force: 5☆ Deepens the grey area and the consequences of the choices the x-men made. Love it. X-Men: 4,5☆ Love that Mistique gets some weel deserved pagetime. Great build-up. Marauders: 4☆ overall still the strongest 'Dawn of X' title. Great cliffhanger and wonderfull art (glad that this artist returned!). New Mutants 4☆: Back on the farm. Lovely style and man i like the writing of these teenagevoices. Excalibur: 3,5☆ Nice twist with apocalypse, makes me curious for the things to come. Fallen Angels X-Force: 5☆ Deepens the grey area and the consequences of the choices the x-men made. Love it. X-Men: 4,5☆ Love that Mistique gets some weel deserved pagetime. Great build-up. Marauders: 4☆ overall still the strongest 'Dawn of X' title. Great cliffhanger and wonderfull art (glad that this artist returned!). New Mutants 4☆: Back on the farm. Lovely style and man i like the writing of these teenagevoices. Excalibur: 3,5☆ Nice twist with apocalypse, makes me curious for the things to come. Fallen Angels: 2☆ Glad this is over. Could follow what was happening during the fights and overall feels as only a way to have Psylocke owning Mr. Sinister. Overall scores: Fallen Angels: 2,5☆ New Mutants: 2,75 ☆ Excalibur: 3,25 ☆ X-Men: 3,5☆ Marauders: 4☆ X-Force: 4☆

  15. 5 out of 5

    Frank Jarome

    I’m basically reusing a review across this series, as it seems to hold as things go on. Overall it’s a bunch of highs and lows. Some books are consistently excellent (Marauders, X-Force, Wolverine, and it looks like X-Factor & Hellions will join that group) while some are middling to mediocre (Excalibur being the worst of the lot, plus Cable being so-so, and the main X-Men book varying in quality from one issue to the next). I’m still reading, so the overall whole is quality, and the whole setti I’m basically reusing a review across this series, as it seems to hold as things go on. Overall it’s a bunch of highs and lows. Some books are consistently excellent (Marauders, X-Force, Wolverine, and it looks like X-Factor & Hellions will join that group) while some are middling to mediocre (Excalibur being the worst of the lot, plus Cable being so-so, and the main X-Men book varying in quality from one issue to the next). I’m still reading, so the overall whole is quality, and the whole setting that they’ve established is still unique and intriguing. It’s like a house of cards that we know is doomed to fall eventually, it’s just a question of when and how)

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jamie

    2.5 stars rounded up to three. I'm really glad that Fallen Angels is over because it dragged down the rest of the titles, and I'm also cool with Excalibur ending their story-line as well because it was getting a little long in the tooth. I enjoyed this installment in the New Mutants story, but I'm not a fan of the two ongoing story-lines being updated bi-monthly and wish there was more cohesion. Marauders was a little disappointing this time, but that ending is sure to keep me hooked! The best t 2.5 stars rounded up to three. I'm really glad that Fallen Angels is over because it dragged down the rest of the titles, and I'm also cool with Excalibur ending their story-line as well because it was getting a little long in the tooth. I enjoyed this installment in the New Mutants story, but I'm not a fan of the two ongoing story-lines being updated bi-monthly and wish there was more cohesion. Marauders was a little disappointing this time, but that ending is sure to keep me hooked! The best two titles for me have been X-Force, and of course Hickman's own X-Men and I'm still fully bought-in on both of those storylines.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    For most books, this would mark the end of the first arc. Not sure if that applies for the current X-Men line. This was, overall, the strongest Dawn of X volume. Fallen Angels still isn't good, but at least it's over. X-Men, X-Force, and Marauders remain excellent, especially this particular issue of X-Men. New Mutants apparently wraps up the Nebraska story in a way that's genuinely surprising on multiple levels. Excalibur is the weakest of the books that are continuing from this point, but even For most books, this would mark the end of the first arc. Not sure if that applies for the current X-Men line. This was, overall, the strongest Dawn of X volume. Fallen Angels still isn't good, but at least it's over. X-Men, X-Force, and Marauders remain excellent, especially this particular issue of X-Men. New Mutants apparently wraps up the Nebraska story in a way that's genuinely surprising on multiple levels. Excalibur is the weakest of the books that are continuing from this point, but even this one seems to finding itself, and I really like how Howard is writing Rogue. Overall, I'm excited about the future of the five remaining books.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Matty Dub

    Marauders #6. I really, really hate Sebastian Shaw. 8/10 Excalibur #6 was not very good, probably the weakest so far. 5/10 Fallen Angels is a horrible comic book, it’s an insult to the fans. 0/10 New Mutants #6 is also the weakest book in its series so far. It’s full of unearned cheapshots and it’s poorly drawn. 4/10 X-Force faces a new threat straight out of Swamp Thing, it’s a big change of pace from the previous issues, especially on the visual side but it still a fun ride. 7/10 X-Men #6 introduce Marauders #6. I really, really hate Sebastian Shaw. 8/10 Excalibur #6 was not very good, probably the weakest so far. 5/10 Fallen Angels is a horrible comic book, it’s an insult to the fans. 0/10 New Mutants #6 is also the weakest book in its series so far. It’s full of unearned cheapshots and it’s poorly drawn. 4/10 X-Force faces a new threat straight out of Swamp Thing, it’s a big change of pace from the previous issues, especially on the visual side but it still a fun ride. 7/10 X-Men #6 introduces us yet again to a new threat and this time it comes from within. Great issue that ties in closely to HoXPoX. 8/10

  19. 4 out of 5

    B

    Wraps up some of the less engaging parts (New Mutants and Fallen Angels). Also makes a weird choice to make Beast tremendously overconfident when he had just been suffering from a crisis of confidence re: destroying the entire timeline. He's just not as smart as some of the heavy smarters in the Marvel Universe (Reed, Tony, Cho, &c.) And he should know that. In fact, I would think Sage would be better at strategic planning than him. He's really a nuclear physicist geneticist and medical doctor, r Wraps up some of the less engaging parts (New Mutants and Fallen Angels). Also makes a weird choice to make Beast tremendously overconfident when he had just been suffering from a crisis of confidence re: destroying the entire timeline. He's just not as smart as some of the heavy smarters in the Marvel Universe (Reed, Tony, Cho, &c.) And he should know that. In fact, I would think Sage would be better at strategic planning than him. He's really a nuclear physicist geneticist and medical doctor, right?

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jose

    X-Men, X-Force and Marauders all had strong issues. Excalibur had what I felt like was their best issue. For New Mutants, I kind of wish we would go back to Illyana and the others; still, it wasn’t bad. Fallen Angels is bad but thankfully is done with this #6 issue. It really should’ve been kept as a one-shot.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jason

    While I love the Dawn of X books and direction of the story in general, I'm not a fan of a collection of one single numbered issue from each series. I suppose an effective marketing tool. So if it brings in more readers, that is good. While I love the Dawn of X books and direction of the story in general, I'm not a fan of a collection of one single numbered issue from each series. I suppose an effective marketing tool. So if it brings in more readers, that is good.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Joseph

    This series of issues was very well done. Honourable mentions to X-Force and X-Men. X-Men I'm particular had my heart beating out of my chest. Every issue is well done. They always answer your questions while generating more. I cannot wait to when I'm finally caught up to read X of Swords. This series of issues was very well done. Honourable mentions to X-Force and X-Men. X-Men I'm particular had my heart beating out of my chest. Every issue is well done. They always answer your questions while generating more. I cannot wait to when I'm finally caught up to read X of Swords.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Terrance

    Diminishing returns for some of these new X-titles as they go forward.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Butcher

    A very X-Force story. They locate doesn’t overly connect expect that a lot of humans want to end mutants.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Maître Renard

    Marauders : 5, Excalibur : 4, New Mutants : 4, X-Force : 3, Fallen Angels : 3, X-Men : 5

  26. 5 out of 5

    Patrick Taylor

    All excellent aside from fallen angels which is now mercifully over.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Afreen Aftab

    X men #6 - 5/5 X Force #6 - 4/5 Marauders #6 - 3.5/5 New Mutants #6 - 4/5 Excalibur #6 - 3.5/5 Fallen Angels #6 - 3/5 wow, this was the best volume yet I think.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Niko

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jorge Estrada

  30. 4 out of 5

    ROBERT O WERNER

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