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Dawn of X Vol. 8

(Dawn of X #8)

4.16  ·  Rating details ·  73 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Staggering stories of the Dawn of X! As the Marauders grapple with what they have lost, Storm and Emma Frost fi nally come to blows! Deep in Shi'ar space, the New Mutants cope with an intergalactic power struggle! Can they rescue Deathbird and root out a traitor to the throne? Then, silence please as Jean Grey and Emma Frost perform a psychic rescue. But who is their ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published October 20th 2020 by Marvel
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Aug 25, 2020 rated it really liked it
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Now that Fallen Angels has been culled, all the X-books are consistently good. The New Mutants end their space adventure. Jean Grey and Emma Frost silently travel through Storm's psyche in Giant Size X-Men. Domino finds out what has happened to her luck over in X-Force. Bazaldua's art in X-Force looks very unfinished, almost like sketches. Things aren't looking too good for Kate Pryde over in Marauders. Even Excalibur has been better with this war wolves storyline. I always thought the war ...more
May 17, 2020 rated it liked it
The first Dawn of X that I'm giving less than 4 stars to. The New Mutants and Excalibur issues were very anti-climactic. It almost feels liken the writers don't really know what to do with those stories and are just spinning their wheels. Also, Deathbird in New Mutants doesn't really feel like herself. It's like the person writing her isn't very familiar with the character. The Giant Sized X-Men issue was mostly dialog free and seemed like an excuse to show off some pretty art. X-force, ...more
I'm behind on these volumes! Good stuff!
Matty Dub
Dec 01, 2020 rated it really liked it
Marauders #8 is such an emotionally charged issue! We see the team deal with the discovery and fallout of Shaw's dirty deed. I can't wait for him to get his due!

Wolverine #2-3 isn't what I wanted it to be. After a good first issue, #2 just spins it's wheels and shows us Wolverine doing a lot of the same thing he does in #1. In #3, you realize that it was set-up for what feels like the arc's finale and while this issue is satisfying, it really doesn't make up for the mediocre 20 pages I just
Adam Stone
Nov 05, 2020 rated it really liked it
I loved the flow of this collection, taking us on a journey from the Marauders to Wolverine by focusing on the follout from a major character "death" in the previous collection.

The Wolverine book is much better than I imagined. I love the way the character plays off of a human, mutant-hating police detective.

The X-Force issues focusing on Domino and Colossus was also a solid read. I'd forgotten what happened to each character and liked how this storyarc reminded me, dovetailed their experiences
Jamie Sigal
Nov 06, 2020 rated it liked it
Marauders - Pretty strong installment with a couple of stand-out moments, particularly a great highlight for Bobby, and a well-crafted conversation between Ororo and Emma.

Wolverine - Ugh. I hate that I'm not enjoying this title. One of may all-time favourite characters, but Kubert's art just isn't hitting and the story really isn't interesting just yet. Theres potential, but it better come to fruition soon.

X-Force - Good art and a really strong arc for Domino fans. It's a bit of a darker turn
Martijn Van
Oct 20, 2020 rated it liked it
Gian-Size: Jean Grey & Emma Frost: 4,5☆ Just a filler story, but a beatifull one.
Marauders: 4☆ Felt to short. Can't wait for the next one
X-Force (double bill): 3☆ More a Domino than X-Force story. Overall okay.
Wolverine (double bill): 2,75☆ The flashbacks and twists feel like cheap storytelling tricks. Overall okay.
James Verreault
Oct 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Domino is the definition of badass. The X-Force issues stole the show but every issue was very nice and as always, every artist present in the book does an incredible job. Great to have Dawn of X back after a little break!
Dec 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Another great issue. Introduces the Wolverine title and first two issues. I can't decide which is a bigger standout: the Wolverine issues or the Giant Size X-Men with Jean Grey and Emma Frost.
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