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Wolverine and the X-Men, Volume 1 by Jason Aaron
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May 05, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: comics, comics-2012, marvel, x-men

4 and ½ stars. Jason Aaron was the cure that X-Men comic book franchise needed. This is only a one x-comic book amongst zillion others, but an old x-freak takes all he can to get some of that old feeling back, even if it is in a small doses. The Dialogue shines, it's funny, a plot good enough and there is hints for a future storylines to keep on reading. Chris Bachalo's art is fine, not great (too sloppy and confusing), a last issue artist Nick Bradshaw is a much better.

And a warning, once again we get a collection that only contains 4 issues, Marvel is charging a graphic novel buyers over $3.25 an issue.

I recommend this for all who likes the X-Men and even for an older, a cynic, a bitter, those-who-have-given-up (ex)fans.
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