Re: X-treme x-men
3 issues in and I quite like this book.
It's got great potential to tell some really interesting stories, plus it doesn't really have any ties to any other marvel books therefore hopefully little to no crossover/event potential. I'd like to see this book continue telling its own story, naturally with no interruptions.
Issue one was a necessary evil of set up, set up, set up. But with that out of the way issues 2 and 3 told a fun, contained story with just enough quirky alternaverse fun to make it interesting.
Head in a jar Xavier is a great visual as well. Lots of gags to be made with that.
Fingers crossed that this one doesn't get overshadowed by Now and cancelled before it's time.
9 more Xaviers to go!
Last edited by oglop44; 09-23-2012 at 06:16 AM.