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X-Corp #4

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Based on 5 critic ratings.


When a deal doesn’t go as expected, it’s important to be open to new investors. Enter Selene and Mastermind: two potential stakeholders who stand willing to prove their worth. Everyone loves you when you’re on top, but who comes through in the clutch?

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
25 pages
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Variant Cover Artist

5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 80


    This issue finally digs deep into everything this series can be, from cutthroat business maneuvers to team board meetings to some great inter-character drama. X-Corp has a very specific reality and this issue brings it alive.

  • 79

    Comic Watch

    This issue is a candy-colored glimpse of corporate espionage, delivered mutant-style.

  • 60

    Impulse Gamer

    Feels like coming in the middle of a conversation and trying to work out what is going on. Maybe go back to the start to find out.

  • 50

    Dealing with all of the fallout from last issue, Toni Howard keeps you riveted as the fallout unravels, and even when the situation is under control the issues in the board room and amongst the board members are compelling in their own right and make sense. Then things take a turn, and all the sudden there is a fight between two board members that just doesn’t click. They even explain why they are doing it as they battle, but it all just seems completely out of place with who these people are at this point and, and it doesn’t help that the dialogue feels a little dated here too. Things do pick up again at the end, especially with that last page hook, but then there are questions of why this massive state-of-the-art place is so easy to break into in the first place. This is easily the weakest issue of the series so far, but hoping it can regain its rhythm next month.

  • 40

    You Don't Read Comics

    X-Corp #4 has a glimmer at the beginning of being a good comic and then spends the rest of the issue torpedoing the book’s premise. The ending makes no sense, and while it’s a good cliffhanger, why should anyone care if the whole thing doesn’t make sense? The art is okay but nothing special. X-Corp is a different kind of X-Men book. That doesn’t mean it’s any good.

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