X-Men '97 #2

Writer: Steve Foxe Artist: Salva Espin Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 10, 2024 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 4
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8.5User Rating

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SABRETOOTH STRIKES!
...and he's not the only threat the X-Men are facing! As Jean Grey and Cyclops prepare to embark on a bold new adventure, a sinister foe makes his move from the shadows, unleashing a torrent of new terror. Can an old friend turn the tide - or will it be too late to save Wolverine from being ripped to shreds?!
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  • 10
    Nerd Initiative - gangstermegan Apr 10, 2024

    We X-Men fans are truly being treated with an abundance of fantastic content from Marvel lately. The writing and dialogue continue to impress, as expected! The emotional depth portrayed in each scenario within the comic was remarkable. Moreover, the artwork is exceptional, especially the vibrant portrayal of every fight scene, showcasing the brilliance of each powerset's bright colors. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    The Comicbook Dispatch - Dispatchdcu Apr 10, 2024

    Overall, X-Men '97 #2 is a thrilling and action-packed comic that will leave you wanting more. It's a must-read for any fan of the X-Men: The Animated Series and a great jumping-on point for new readers. Some fans might find the plot a little predictable, especially with the focus on a well-trodden rivalry. However, the frenetic action and the emotional core of the characters should keep most readers engaged. Again, X-Men '97 #2 is a must-read for fans of the original series. It delivers a satisfying dose of nostalgia alongside a thrilling new adventure. If you're looking for a comic that captures the spirit of the 90s X-Men with a modern twist, then this is the one for you. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AIPT - David Brooke Apr 10, 2024

    We're two issues in, and I already wish this four-issue series was ongoing. Foxe nails each character, and Salva is the perfect artist to bring out the animated show's charm in comic book format. Accept no substitutions. X-Men'97 is the real deal and a perfect complement to the animated series. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    ComicBook.com - Spencer Perry Apr 10, 2024

    Like the first issue before it, X-Men '97 is content to color inside the lines and doesn't offer much beyond what readers expect from a tie-in title. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Dave DSG Apr 10, 2024

    Plot
    This comic takes place nine months before the new animated series X-men '97 on Disney + and just days after the disappearance of Charles Xavier in the final chapter Graduation Day.

    Scott has just found out that Jean Gray is pregnant, Logan can't stand the news and goes to have a drink, Storm follows Logan worried about his reactions and Bishop, Gambit, Jubilee and Rogue return in the Black Bird after having been in the attack they did on Dazzler.

    Mr. Sinister wants to take advantage of Xavier's fall to eliminate the X-men, for that he creates the Sinister Seven who will systematically attack:

    -Cyclops, Jean and Beast are attacked by Hazard.
    -Jubilee, Bishop, Rogue and Gambit are attacked by S more

  • 8.5
    derbycomics Apr 12, 2024

    Steve Foxe delivers another heaping helping of low-stakes fun, exactly what this mini should be. This issue could have easily been ripped straight from the show’s storyboards.

    Foxe nails the characters perfectly. Every hero & villain drips with the perfect amount of camp, delivering dialogue that sounds like it was lifted straight from the show’s iconic voice actors. In fact, this might be some of Foxe’s best X-Men work in recent memory, easily surpassing Dead X-Men & Dark X-Men.

    The art by Salva Espín & colors by Matt Milla are the perfect complements to the script. The visuals are vibrant & energetic, bouncing off the page w/ a look that perfectly captures the animated series’ aesthetic.

    Sure, the more

  • 8.0
    AmericanHealthcare Apr 24, 2024

    It's not quite in sync with the show in terms of vibes and voice, but it *is* in sync with the OG cartoon. It's a little insubstantial, but that's fine.

  • 7.5
    ComicWorm May 19, 2024

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