New X-Men #132

Writer: Grant Morrison Artist: Phil Jimenez Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 3
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The X-Men are on Genosha, surveying the destruction of the former mutant city, when they encounter Polaris. The X-Men attempt to calm the confused mutant when they inadvertently activate a recorded message from the deceased Magneto...

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 19, 2002

    I wasn't all that impressed by the issue we received last week, and I'm not completely sold on this issue, but this week's story does earn itself a recommendation thanks largely to the arrival of Phil Jimenez, who is my personal favorite of the half dozen artists who cycled through these pages since Grant Morrison's arrival. The situation in Genosha is also a fairly interesting one, and one that really should of been addressed far sooner, as Grant Morrison hasn't so much as cast a glance its way since he revealed that the White Queen was the only survivor of this massacre. Now the idea that this issue is our last look at Magneto was a bit unimpressive, as frankly the character deserves to be remembered as something more memorable than what amounts to a glorified tape recording of his last words. Still there's some nice creepy moments in this issue, such as Unus' encounter with the ghosts. It's also nice to see that Polaris survived the attack upon Genosha, and hopefully she'll find her Read Full Review

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