X-Men: First Class #7

Writer: Jeff Parker Artist: Roger Cruz Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: March 21, 2007 Critic Reviews: 1
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The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants are the sworn enemies of the X-Men! They want to make conquerors of Homo Superior, and the X-Men must stand against them - especially when they use young mutants like that Scarlet Witch to do their bidding!

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    Comics Bulletin - Kevin Powers Mar 22, 2007

    This is a fantastic issue that doesnt deal as much with the X-Mens first encounters with certain characters as it does with teenage emotions like jealousy, lust and trust. Not only does this story sum up what this series is aboutm, but I also noticed that as the series has progressed, Roger Cruzs artwork has gotten better and better. His images are crisper with every issue, and Val Staples colors really make this issue even more worthwhile. With all of the grit and the edginess in the mainstream Marvel U, this bright, fun and pre-Civil War series is really a treasure. Thank you, Marvel for making this an ongoing series. Read Full Review

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