Astonishing X-Men #36

Writer: Daniel Way Artist: Jason Pearson Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: February 23, 2011 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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Not all monsters are easy to spot -- some of them live among us, undetected or long forgotten. Some of them live inside us, in the dark corners of our hearts, feeding on our secret fears of loss. But in the Marvel Universe, most of them live on Monster Island. Or, at least, they did. A mysterious exodus is underway; monsters spilling onto nearby shores – with catastrophic results – and it falls upon a small group of X-Men to both save the population from destruction and to solve an imposing riddle: What are monsters afraid of? New series writer Daniel Way (Deadpool) is joined by superstar artist Jason Pearson to bring you a widescreen, more

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    Comic Book Resources - James Hunt Feb 28, 2011

    When all is said and done, there's nothing openly awful about this book, but as with many of the X-titles, I can't figure out what its identity is supposed to be. Way and Pearson are good, but they're not on the level of Ellis, Whedon, Cassaday et al by any stretch. If this is just another X-Men team book, then it's really got to be much better than "okay" " and frankly, I'm not sure this is. Read Full Review

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