Lloyd's Reviews > New X-Men, Vol. 4: Riot at Xavier's

New X-Men, Vol. 4 by Grant Morrison
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Jan 20, 10

bookshelves: comic-book-graphic-novel, x-men, grant-morrison, 2000s
Read from January 16 to 21, 2010

Morrison puts this fantastic series back on the upswing after a third volume that left just a LITTLE to be desired.

Revolution, humor, and that Grant Morrison brand of intrigue make this book a great one.

When a group of students at Xavier's school start abusing a mutant drug called "Kick" and raising a little hell, the school is all but left in ruins. Throw in a love triangle and the enigma of Xorn and you've got a recipe that makes "Riot at Xavier's" a worthy and exciting read.

You've also got Frank Quitely back on most of the art in this one, which is a treat for the eyes and imagination like no other artist can bring.

I enjoyed this one.

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01/16/2010 page 1
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