X-Women #1
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X-Women #1

Writer: Chris Claremont Artist: Milo Manara Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 7, 2010 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
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  • 7.0
    Comic Book Resources - James Hunt Jul 10, 2010

    At this point, I feel as though the review should actually get around to discussing the comic itself, but I do think the points made thus far are important ones, crucial to the reading of the book. As a display of artistry, "X-Women" is undeniably fantastic. As a piece of entertainment, though, it's merely okay. There are some great character moments that hint at quite how good this comic could have been, but they are far and few between. With Claremont's plot returning to well-trodden "mutants losing their powers" ground, and his dialogue and narration as over-written as usual, it never quite gets going in the way it should. Forget the gratuitous imagery. The real way in which this comic does the female X-Men members a disservice is by failing to give them an adventure truly worthy of their time -" or, indeed, of Manara's. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    I Review Comics Sep 11, 2022

    "In Celebration of the Male Gaze"

    X-Women #1
    Words: Chris Claremont | Artist: Milo Manara | Publisher: Marvel Comics


    Full Disclosure I review Comics, but I also have a Facebook page and group called Bluelines: Babes, Cars, Comics and other cool $hit. This page celebrates the female form in every shape and size, real or imaginary. I wanted to preface my review because this story is right up my alley. However, I am very aware that this story would never be told in current year.

    If you are sensitive to women being sexualized this comic is not the one for you. Milo Manara is an expert artist, but he is primarily known for depicting traditional variations of femininity and sexuality. Th more

  • 8.0
    supercoolyeah Jun 28, 2015

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