Uncanny X-Men #417

Writer: Chuck Austen Artist: Kia Asamiya Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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A pack of mutant werewolves have been murdering humans. And the murders all lead back to Warren Worthington.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 13, 2003

    A pretty entertaining if somewhat familiar feeling issue, as Chuck Austen continues to take this book down some well worn paths, but he's doing such a solid job of it that I really can't complain. Now anyone whose read the X-Men for a year, will probably recognize the scene that opens this book as a staple encounter situation between a mutant and a group of mutant haters, but Chuck Austen throws in a nice twist when he has the mutant that rescues the endangered mutant reveal themselves to be an even worse evil. Now the little scene with Stacy X has me left me a bit unimpressed by Chuck Austen's almost juvenile use of the character, but given I was never overly fond of the character this is no real loss. The scene with the Juggernaut is also a bit grating, as he's coming across as too nice, and looks to have lost the edge that would make the character an interesting addition to the group. Still, Chuck Austen work is holding my attention, and there are more scenes that I like than dislik Read Full Review

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