X-Men #182

Writer: Peter Milligan Artist: Salvador Larroca, Aaron Lopresti Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kelvin Green Feb 16, 2006

    Elsewhere, there's the usual hyperactive soap opera shenanigans with characters I couldn't care less about, and art from Larocca that finally lives up to the reputation the artist has acquired. But it's the playful sense of parody throughout that's caught my interest; maybe it's not deliberate, and Milligan's playing this completely straight, but either way, this is a fun look at a day in the life of a rather dull supervillain. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Feb 17, 2006

    Back at the mansion: Yep, still the tired old Bobby/Alex/Lorna triangle, even with Lorna possibly dead. Has Bobby ever had a personality? I seem to remember an Asian girlfriend, a difficult father, and some scene where Emma told him how to use his powers. Otherwise, not much. Time to do something about that. Read Full Review

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