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X-Treme X-Men #3 (of 5)

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Ogun’s psychic attack has led the X-Treme X-Men into conflict with a mysterious cabal called the Galérer!

But what sinister aim is this group after, and how does it play into Ogun’s plan?

It won’t matter if the team falls before the vanguard attack of Beastybrute!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
23 pages
Amazon ASIN

2 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 80

    Major Spoilers

    This book is excellent because of its art and colors. I enjoyed the small details of tattoos to the prominent display of the Pheonix Force. I wish the story’s pacing was slightly slower to understand the complex thought on an initial read-through.

  • 50

    X-Treme X-Men #3 is chock full of patented Chris Claremont dialogue, from the hammy “body and soul” style dialogue to the mutants losing their power beat. The issue feels scattered as Claremont, over the course of only two previous installments, established at least four subplots playing out simultaneously, making it hard to connect with any of them. Salvador Larocca and Guru-Fx at least present a nice-looking book that’s sleek and well-paced. As with this entire endeavor, what you get out of this issue will likely depend on how much of Claremont’s distinctive tics you can stomach. (…) Whether Claremont uses this trip into X-Men history to more firmly establish the nature of their relationship (or is allowed to) remains to be seen. It remains the most exciting thing about this issue either way.

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