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X-MEN #12


Who are the Evolutionaries and why doesn’t anyone remember when they fought Xavier and his original five X-Men? Cyclops and his crew on Utopia better figure out quick or the Evolutionaries are going to wipe out every human on the planet.

That’s right, every HUMAN.

Two issues of this huge story this month both showing X-Men/Evolutionary actionin the past and in the present. And it’s all thanks to Christopher Yost (X-FORCE), amazing regular artist Paco Medina and the always classic Dalibor Talijic (HITMONKEY)!

Story by Chris Yost
Art by Paco Medina, Juan Vlasco & Dalibor Talajic
Colors by Marte Gracia & Wil Quintana
Letters by Joe Caramagna
Cover by Ed McGuinness & Paco Medina

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  1. Not sure why part one had to be a one-shot, but after that last arc I’ll take anything. Always glad to see Yost again.

  2. Is Yost on this permanently or just for this story? Any body know?

  3. I hope so but I dobut it.  This has been a mediocre X-Men run so far, especially when compared with X-Force and Uncanny as of late.

  4. *doubt

  5. was Hitmonkey good enough to be someone’s claim to fame?

  6. This arc has been fantastic.  Would love to have the last page on my wall.

  7. After reading this, knowing that Gischler is coming back makes me sad.

  8. Can’t we find some eccentric billionaire who can just pay Chris Yost whatever he wants to write X-Men?  This actually feels like the X-Men.

  9. I forget to get Giant Sized a few weeks ago and my LCS didn’t have it this week, but nontheless this issue has turned this book around. The only thing I liked before this issue was Bachalo’s art, but his work never really seems quite right on an X-Title

  10. Would this and the giant size X-men from a few weeks ago be a good jump on point for new x-men readers?

    I only know the movies and have seen the cartoons many years ago and loved that. I’m just not really sure which x-book to pick up, since there is simply too much choice…

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