Uncanny X-Men

Uncanny X-Men

Vol. 6, Storyville

Book - 2016
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The final explosive story in Brian Michael Bendis' epic X-Men saga! Cyclops' revolution comes to a head! Will the morally compromised Scott Summers save himself from ruin - or will he make that fateful leap?! Meanwhile, Kitty Pryde and Illyana Rasputin take on an assignment neither of them thought they would tackle: facing off against a legion of monsters! And Mystique returns, out for vengeance against Cyclops' revolutionary team! COLLECTING: UNCANNY X-MEN 32-35, 600
Audience: T+.
Publisher: New York : Marvel Comics, 2016.
ISBN: 9780785192312
Branch Call Number: YA Bendi
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 26 cm.
Alternative Title: Storyville


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FindingJane May 11, 2017

Scott Summers’s decision to leave his students and hand them and ownership of the New Xavier School for Mutants over to Ororo doesn’t turn out quite like he hopes. His new students are startled, rebellious and angry at his apparent abandonment and they go careening off on their own with predictable and unpredictable results.

New mutants, old mutants, past and present X-Men, friends, family and enemies clash as they all try to sort out their new roles and how they fit in the world. With Scott gone, do matters settle down at the New Xavier School for Mutants? No, of course not! Large and small dramas wend their way across the pages (which are laid out in such a way that I have to keep re-scanning to understand the dialogue).

It all culminates in a scene of startling tension—yet there’s such joy on that page that I found myself actually smiling and crying a little. It’s not a happy ending. It’s not an ending at all; it never is with comics. But it’s a realization of a long-held dream. Who wouldn’t smile at that?

Nov 01, 2016

Agree with the below (again). Sometimes Bendis gets it right, but in some cases such as this one, the writing comes across as meandering and pointless. Bachalos art never really impresses me and it's no different here. I will however say Cyclops is a great character though.

Aug 02, 2016

Bendis finishes his run mangling the X-Men (with most of the art by Bachalo, who desperately needs lessons on how to actually draw). And true to form, Bendis gets characterization completely wrong, wrecks havoc with certain characters, and props up another character (Cyclops) who should have been put out of his misery years ago.

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