X-Men #22

Writer: Victor Gischler Artist: Will Conrad, Steve Kurth Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: December 7, 2011 Critic Reviews: 4
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REGENESIS No longer content to fend off attackers, the Governor and her army of Sentinels are hell-bent on going on the offensive, leading towards one of the worst ethnic cleansings in the history of the world.

  • 8.5
    A Comic Book Blog - Victor Kutsenok Dec 13, 2011

    This issue was definitely better than the last one. Non stop action makes an issue fun to read and this one was all action. There was still a tiny injection of humor but it felt sort of weak. Victor Gischler, the writer, needs to either give a heavier focus to humor or completely abandon any attempts at it as it messes with the pacing and overall feel of the story. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Forces Of Geek - Atlee Greene Dec 14, 2011

    They are being used to destroy their political rival, the country of Symkaria. Colossus, Storm, Jubilee, Psylocke and War Machine investigate the matter and try to put an end to the chaos until things go from bad to worse. The story moved along at a nice pace and there was nothing special or bad about the artwork. Gischler's run with the series has been interesting because he is tasked with using different X-Men characters every three or four issues. It must to be difficult to find your groove as a writer when things change quickly but Gischler has done a nice job of adapting with the changes. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    IGN - Poet Mase Dec 7, 2011

    X-Men #22 forgoes development of team dynamics in favor of creating a spark for greater drama to come. Unfortunately, it seems that there's not much hope for the Stealth Recon Team to return to is skulking ways with war on the horizon. If you're on the fence about this one, you're probably better waiting for an issue with a little more meat. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Dean Stell Dec 10, 2011

    Jumping on point?: You could probably pick this issue up and manage just fine because there's nothing too confusing going on with the story, but the first issue of the story was in X-Men #20 so it really isn't intended to be a jumping on point. Read Full Review

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