X-Men #200

Writer: Mike Carey Artist: Humberto Ramos, Chris Bachalo Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: June 27, 2007 Critic Reviews: 2
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Jump on board here! This is where it all begins! The X-Men face meltdown from within and from without... and their leader, Rogue, faces something worse. Meanwhile a mysterious strike force is taking out the few remaining mutants one by one, with ruthless efficiency. But who is the ultimate target? This special double-sized anniversary issue features a plethora of mutant guest stars, the return of several fan-favorites, and a devastating face-off against the deadliest villain team in the X-Men's forty-four year history! FEATURING THE FIRST ENDANGERED SPECIES BACK-UP STORY LEADING UP TO THIS FALL'S X-MEN EVENT!

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ariel Carmona Jr. Jun 26, 2007

    Though this issue suffers somewhat from the weak back-up story which serves as the opening chapter to the Endangered Species storyline running through all of Marvels mutant books, its still a pretty good read and a good looking comic. The fact the Cajun mutant Gambit, one of my favorite characters, makes an appearance in dramatic fashion is just icing on the proverbial cake. Damn you, Marvel, for making me want to add yet another title to my already crowded pull list! Read Full Review

  • 2.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn Jul 7, 2007

    This title is proof positive that Marvel knows that they could let a hamster on acid write and draw this title and it will still get huge sales numbers. Carey has failed to provide any quality writing on X-Men. There has been no attempt to give us well developed characters, nicely crafted dialogue and well plotted, paced and constructed plotlines. Instead, we get style over substance. The reader gets overloaded with enough mindless action to try and make us forget that we aren't getting any quality writing on this title. Read Full Review

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