Not Recommended Comics List Of 4 Astonishingly Bad X-People Edition

1. Uncanny X-Men #32 (2015) simply features characters talking which then leads to nothing of note. Also a lot of inconsistencies in the art. An example being Havok's face.

2. Astonishing X-Men #53 (2012) has a poorly designed cover in terms of the text being crowded around the top portion. Also Wolverine has the over accelerated version of his healing factor going. Said version of his power fails to account for things like the metal poisoning the Adamantium would regularly cause. Not to mention he would probably be one big hairy tumor if he could heal at such a speed. Finally the overall story seems too mature, and possibly better suited to an original indie book than these corporate characters.

3. Astonishing X-Men #48 (2012) is too mature in the overall tone. Also the cover features the X-Men falling from nothing to a messy end for some of them. Said cover also has Wolverine's claws being too long and wide. Not to mention the cover has cases of broken back syndrome. Finally there are a lot of pages and panels that look like they were made more for later sale versus telling a good sequential story.

4. Astonishing X-Men #49 (2012) has the same tonal problem as issues 48 and 53. If all three of these issues had been rated higher in suggested age of readers I would not see the tone as a problem but they are rated Teen Plus. Lastly the artistic area of light and shadows are done poorly.


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