• STORM joins the faculty of the Jean Grey School!

• Wolverine is a clown? Iceman is a fire swallower? Rachel Grey a fortune teller?

• Frankenstein’s Murder Circus comes to town!

Story by Jason Aaron
Art by Nick Bradshaw, Walden Wong, Scott Hanna, Norman Lee, & Danny Miki
Colors by Laura Martin
Letters by Chris Eliopoulos
Cover by Nick Bradshaw & Guru-eFX

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.0%
Avg Rating: 3.7
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  1. Does this come out every week now or something?

  2. I skipped the last issue…hopefully I didn’t miss anything too crucial to the longform story.

  3. I liked #19 but I think I’m using this Frankenstein deal to drop off the series for now. I really enjoyed All-New X-Men last week and think it suits my taste in X-book a little bit more.

  4. Oof. I felt like this issue was pretty rough, both on the story and art side of things. The panel-to-panel storytelling during Storm’s introduction was particularly hard to follow. In a lot of ways, this issue reminded me of some of the goofier Generation X stories from back in the day, and that’s not a compliment. I have faith in Jason Aaron, so I’m not looking to bail, but I hope this turns around next issue.

  5. The pink floyd reference just made my day.

  6. My shop didn’t get this book in, I am greatly disappointed.

  7. This was just kind of silly. I like the school setting but I think the book may be trending towards silly concepts a bit much…

  8. This one is very reminiscent of X-Men #111 when Mesmero got the drop on the team and had them in a circus show. And that outfit Storm wore was really close to Light Lass in the old Legion of Super Heroes book.

  9. Quintin Quire’s “Cyclops Was Right” shirt made it all worthwhile.

  10. This series is losing me.

  11. This was definitely one of the weaker issues so far, but the weakest W&TXM is still better than your average superhero comic.

    The Frankenstein idea does nothing for me (especially since DC already has the best Frank around), and even though it’s just started, I’m looking forward to moving past this circus nonsense. There’s a fine line between fun and silly.

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