Wolverine and the X-Men, Vol. 6 by Jason Aaron
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Another crossover, but thankfully it was short. The Dog storyline promises to be at least fairly interesting, and I do like how the kids are starting to work together a little bit.
Unfortunately, the volume just wasn't funny in the way the other ones were. As a counter-balance, it was only passing serious.
Sure, there were some pretty good visuals that told lots of interesting, if undeveloped, tales, and the implications are fairly long-ranging. If anything, this volume teases out some new and possibly epic timeline snafus, because, of course, we're talking about time travel.
We're not in an X-Men, or a Fantastic Four, or a Guardians of the Galaxy without time travel.
It makes me wonder with rabid-eyed fascination just who really has the Time Gem in the MCU. Namor? Howard the Duck? What the hell do I need to do to get some spoilers here? Google it?
Alas, even that is going to make my head spin like a GRRM fan with his head so far up a usenet feed trying to outguess an author who reads his fans speculations just so he can thwart them.
I'm talking to you, MCU.
Okay. Enough ranting. On to more reading.
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