It's got some kinks when being read in periodical format, but plans for a big story seem to be in motion. For as much as we often complain about how many X-books Marvel puts out, at least we can also say that a majority of them are solid, worthwhile reads. Read Full Review
The story doesn't have much action until the very end, but the characters interaction is nicely done. The art is pretty good, as well as the cover. It's a bit lackluster for a first issue, but it wasn't bad. Read Full Review
"Astonishing X-Men" needs a strong focus, considering it's the one of the four X-Men titles that appears to be largely forgotten these days. Can Liu and Perkins provide a purpose for the book? Right now, it remains to be seen. The first half of the issue gives me hope that it's possible. The second half -- well, let's hope things get a little livelier next month. Read Full Review
Be the first to rate this issue!
Click the 'Rate/Write A Review' link above to get started.