X-Men Vol. 4 #38

X-Men Vol. 4 #38

Writer: Seth Peck Artist: Paul Azaceta Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 7, 2012 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
7.7Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

It’s Domino vs the X-Men! Domino has always been lucky...or maybe the people around her are just unlucky.Start reading here!

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Nov 9, 2012

    "X-Men" #38 was a very pleasant surprise. Knowing nothing about Peck's writing, I had no idea how he and Azaceta would fare on this title. Having a strange cast for the first issue made it doubly a mystery. The fact that the duo pulled it off so well gives me great hopes for the future of "X-Men." I'll be back, absolutely. Read Full Review

  • 7.6
    IGN - Joshua Yehl Nov 7, 2012

    The plot steadily builds an interesting mystery before jumping into a fun action scene, but the witty banter that was enjoyable at the beginning wears thin by the end due to repetition. A sense that Peck could have gone further with the material can be felt. Despite my misgivings, this was a good book that has entertains with both lead characters, all emphasized by impressive art. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Comic Book Bin - Diego Chi Nov 14, 2012

    Toward the end, the banter between Domino and Daredevil seems a tad stale-- I hope for more depth in their interactions in the following issue. Still, the two leads are well presented, the action is well paced, and the art is fantastic. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    hatmasta Nov 9, 2012

    Brian Wood is off this title, and that is a sad thing. However, Seth Peck does a great job of beginning a new arc and taking it in a different direction with artist Paul Azeceta. It's witty, gritty, and full of action, and that's a nice change of pace. Domino teams up with Daredevil in this issue, and her sarcastic inner monologue drives the issue along through humorous situations and group fights. The plot is pretty straight-forward and the comic reads well. It's a solid beginning, and my only gripe is that I'm left wondering where Peck is taking this book. But if all issues are this entertaining, Seth Peck's got my vote.

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