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UNCANNY X-MEN #7 Review: The return of (Arch)Angel?

It’s chapter two of the UNCANNY X-MEN tie-in to the APOCALYPSE WARS event, and we’re slowly uncovering the truth about the marvelous, too-good-to-be-true return of Warren Worthington, a.k.a. Angel! Even though Bunn and Lashley deliver an issue that’s far from perfect and suffers from problems that are very common for Marvel’s latest X-Men material lately, UNCANNY X-MEN #7 is still worth taking a closer look at.

UNCANNY X-MEN #2 Review: A Hunt for Healers

After introducing us to their X-Force-esque team of Uncanny X-Man in issue #1, Cullen Bunn and Greg Land kick this issue off by introducing us to yet another member of the team: Mystique, who has apparently been investigating Someday Enterprises on her own for a while. As Magneto and Psylocke track the Dark Riders, who have murdered a mutant with a healing ability, they send Monet and Sabretooth on a mission to protect an old mutant ally…

UNCANNY X-MEN (2016) #1 Review: “Uncanny X-Force! Wait…”

An X-Force-esque team of mutant anti-heroes kicks asses in UNCANNY X-MEN #1!

Writer Cullen Bunn and artist Greg Land have accepted the challenge and kicked of the fourth volume of what has been one of the most important Marvel titles for decades. The first issue of their take on UNCANNY X-MEN kicks off with a team consisting of Magneto, Sabretooth, M, Psylocke and Archangel attacking trucks belonging to a company called “Someday Enterprises” – that apparently offers mutants a way to get into suspended animation and wake up in a far future without any Terrigen Mists. Something Magneto is everything but happy about…