Uncanny X-Men #450

Writer: Chris Claremont Artist: Alan Davis Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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Wolverine's 30th Anniversary Celebration starts off with a bang as the X-Men investigate some mysterious murders in New York City. All the victims seem to have been cut to pieces by blades--Adamantium blades!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 14, 2004

    Alan Davis gets the issue off to a rollicking start as Nightcrawler and Rachel are in the midst of a Danger Room program that one can't help but get caught up in, as even if it's a throwaway action scene, Alan Davis' art plays a huge role in one's willingness to sit back and enjoy the spectacle. The art also does a nice job of conveying the moment of awkward romantic tension between Nightcrawler and Rachel, as their shared expression after the kiss is a great little moment, as was their hand in the cookie jar reaction when they discover they are being watched. The art also does a nice job of playing up the surreal abilities of the mutant coroner, as he uses his ability to examine the bodies, and the atmosphere of the Mutant theme club is nicely presented. The final shot of the issue is also a striking visual. Read Full Review

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