Cami's Reviews > X-Men: Die by the Sword

X-Men by Chris Claremont
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Jan 28, 2011

it was ok
bookshelves: comics
Read from January 28 to 29, 2011

This one was really kind of dumb.
True, I wasn't as familiar with the characters (kind of a British group of X-Men) except for Betsey Braddock/Psylocke who was one of my favorite characters to play on the X-Men arcade game back in the day, but I digress...

The art was like those cheaply done coloring books that were probably made without permission, of familiar characters, but the quality was just off. The angles chosen for the art and placement of the framing for the art tended to be more than subtly crude and sexist.

The parallel plot here was also overly mystical.

Too many reunions. Too much weirdness. Too many peeps into windows of action, but not enough solid plot.

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