X-Men

X-Men

Curse of the Mutants

Graphic Novel - 2011
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When a suicide bomber strikes in downtown San Francisco, it gets the X-Men's immediate attention. But this is not your garden variety terrorist, and he's not acting alone. Vampires from around the globe are descending en masse on the City by the Bay, staking a brutal claim for the patch of land the X-Men call their home. What is their agenda? Who is their mysterious leader? The X-Men are about to find out, as they brace themselves for a war of the species that will wrack the Marvel Universe.
Publisher: New York : Marvel Worldwide, Inc., 2011
ISBN: 9780785148470
0785148477
9780785148463
0785148469
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Medina, Paco 1983-
Gischler, Victor 1969-
Alternative Title: Curse of the mutants

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metalsox Dec 20, 2011

Full of cliches and kind of a "of course they would do that" story.

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Keogh
Oct 08, 2011

Decent enough mutants versus vampires arc from Gischler and Medina. The book does suffer somewhat from being dominated by Scott, Emma, and Wolverine (a common problem with the X-Men franchise in the last few years), marginalizing other characters. And bringing back Jubilee, who was best left in limbo, isn't welcome to me, since I've always found her profoundly obnoxious as a character.

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