Just when it looked like there was no possibility of a future for mutants, hope arrives. But the X-Men aren’t there to meet it – The Marauders and Purifiers beat them to it. Now the race is on to get the first new mutant since House of M…
Collecting: X-Men: Messiah Complex One-Shot, Uncanny X-Men 492-494, X-Men 205
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it was ok
This one is quite a cohesive crossover; nothing felt like it wasn’t part of the main story, which was nice. It felt overly action-heavy to me, though, and the ‘shock ending’ felt tacked-on and unnecessary… particularly as it had been done a number of times before (and even once again since).
“No more mutants.” Scarlet Witch’s curse, and a death sentence for mutants as a people. And now a mutant has been born, literally. Naturally, this leads to an all-out war over the possession of an infant who just might be the mutant messiah.
So far, you’ve got me. That core story, that unto the mutants a child has been born, is more than a solid foundation for one of those big X-overs that we all “love”. And that’s the biggest problem with this book, that it’s a major crossover among far too many