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All-New X-Men, Vol. 3: Out Of Their Depth (2013)

by Brian Michael Bendis(Favorite Author)
3.94 of 5 Votes: 2
0785168222 (ISBN13: 9780785168225)
All-New X-Men (Marvel NOW!)
review 1: This series continues to be fun and interesting. When I first heard about the idea behind it, putting the original five X-Men into present day, I thought, "Oh, man, what a fucking gimmick! Marvel is really out of ideas!", but I was pretty wrong. Bendis and co. are taking this pretty seriously, and that's what makes it fun. I've never really liked time travel stories because of all the questions they raise. This comic seems to be handling those questions in a really cool way though. The Original X-Men are just completely lost and confused. Everyone sees them for who they became, not who they are. Imagine if everyone just started treating you like you were the you from 20 years down the line. It would be super weird. It's great to that we are really seeing how time travel ca... moren fuck with a persons outcome. It just seems hard to believe that the Young Scott will grow up to become the Scott he is now. He is just going down a different path. Does this mean that in the future there will be two very different versions of Scott? I don't know, but it's cool to think about. The art is this book is amazing! The drawing, the inking, the coloring, it all goes so well together. This is a team of artist that should stick together for as long as they can because there is some real magic on those pages. The biggest downside to this book is how closely it ties in with Uncanny X-Men. You really need to be reading both titles for the full experience, but I just don't care about Uncanny as much as I do this title.
review 2: So I am pretty much done with this book. Usually love Bendis and I loved the X-men but this series illustrates that all the best stories were from the Claremont/Byrne run. With a few other runs helping out. But as the modern X-men try to explain all the convoluted screwy stories of the last two decades it just makes me remember why I stopped reading, the stories are just retreads or ridiculous beyond belief. This series has become a young males version of a soap opera. I have moved on, I miss my old X-men luckily I have some old boxes of comics around here to remind me if those amazing original stories. less
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Jean Grey is pretty badass. I'm starting to like Scott.
loved issue 14...art was fantastic in my opinion
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