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Exiles, Volume 12: World Tour, Book 1 (The Exiles #12)

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The Exiles return to prime Earth, only to find it not so prime anymore. So not only do the Exiles have House of M to deal with, they have to face the most powerful mutant on the planet Collects Exiles #69-74.
Paperback, 144 pages
Published March 8th 2006 by Marvel (first published January 1st 2006)
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I read this as part of an overall Marvel 616 read, and in that context as part of a read-through of all House of M titles. Until I read it, I had no clue that the "Exiles" even existed. It's an interesting concept - an inter-universe team of dimension hopping do-gooders trying to 'fix' realities. I even liked some of the alternate version characters that showed up in the title - but it just isn't my cup of tea.

I guess what's wrong with this title for me is also everything that is wrong with the
Greg Fisher
Collects Exiles #69-74.

Despite the constant shake-up in the Exile's membership and the less than constant shake-up in the writers and artists that work on this series, it is still my most favorite Marvel mutant title, followed closely by Whedon's Astonishing X-Men and Ultimate X-Men.

This is part one in a mega-storyline that sees the Exiles visiting, and possibly damaging, various alternative Marvel universes (such as House of M, Age of Apocalypse and the New Universe) in a sometimes horrific cha
Federiken Masters
Quizás no tendría que haber arrancado la serie desde un tomo tan avanzado, pero la verdad que leyendo la intro me alcanzó para entender toda la historia, y la disfruté un buen rato. Supongo que cuando pueda retomaré la serie, pero tampoco tengo demasiado apuro que digamos.
An attempt to finally return Beak home tosses the Exiles into the House of M - and unleashes the deadly Proteus upon reality! The team must now track down this warping villain, jettisoning to the New Universe and beyond to follow. My only regret? The loss of Mimic...
Exiles got to House of M, Beak's home. And its not a good thing to do. Some goo character stuff with Beak and you really feel for him. The 2nd story with Proteus is ok, but not as good as you would think.
Reprints Exiles #69-74. The Exiles visit the House of M and the New Universe and lose members of their team. The House of M storyline was just a crossover but the New Universe visit was interesting.
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