All-New X-Men: Inevitable, Volume 4: IvX

All New X Men Inevitable Volume IvX Since the discovery that the Terrigen Mists the key to unlocking an Inhuman s hidden potential and powers are lethal to mutants the X Men and Inhumans have been locked in a cold war But as the Terrig

  • Title: All-New X-Men: Inevitable, Volume 4: IvX
  • Author: Dennis Hopeless Mark Bagley
  • ISBN: 9781302905231
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Paperback
  • Since the discovery that the Terrigen Mists the key to unlocking an Inhuman s hidden potential and powers are lethal to mutants, the X Men and Inhumans have been locked in a cold war.But as the Terrigen seeps into the Earth and reaches an irreversible tipping point, the X Men are spurred into action to ensure the future of their species And for Jean Grey and Fantomex, thiSince the discovery that the Terrigen Mists the key to unlocking an Inhuman s hidden potential and powers are lethal to mutants, the X Men and Inhumans have been locked in a cold war.But as the Terrigen seeps into the Earth and reaches an irreversible tipping point, the X Men are spurred into action to ensure the future of their species And for Jean Grey and Fantomex, this means taking out of commission the Inhumans deadliest weapon Karnak Collecting All New X Men 17 19, Annual 1, X Men Prime 1

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    1. This was the best of the 3 X-Men titles with their obligatory IvX stories. The annual with the best story of the bunch with Idie going out on a date. The Iceman and Romeo story was decent, the story about whiny cyclops was awful. (They need to launch him back out to outer space.) The last issue was OK, giving us a wishy-washy reason about why they are never going home. Again, they all kind of just feel like filler until the title ends.

    2. Like the other IvX volumes, All-New X-Men Vol. 4 tells singular stories set during the IvX war. None of them are as standout as the best IvX tales, but this is probably the most consistent volume of the set: Bobby is conflicted in the war; Scott faces his future; the A-N X-Men face their past. The Annual continues this theme of single stories: Idie goes on a date; Dani and Illyana search for a dying mutant. Every story is an excellent character story for the focus character, and the Annual is pa [...]

    3. Better than vol.2 with lots more story. The book picks back up with Iceman and his relationship with Romeo and transitions into the IVX storyline, it is fine and pushes the plot along. At least we get a main story with IVX and not these sidestories that don't always wow me. The inhuman Mosaic then enters Cyclops and gives him the truth about older Cyclops death, it is a nice full circle moment that was long overdue. Also overdue was the conclusion to young beast trying to get his team back to "t [...]

    4. As a collection, this is a 2-star, because it’s the build-up & then bland, uninteresting aftermath of an event not included in the book. But it gets knocked down to a 1-star due to the X-Men dance party, which I believe is the worst thing I’ve ever seen in a comic.

    5. Mixed feelings. On one hand, the issue featuring Romeo and Bobby is really good, and the characters, especially Scott, handle the big revelations in reasonable ways. But the annual isn't great, and most of the characters just don't seem to understand that this is a literal life and death situation for themselves and every other mutant. Bobby's reaction is understandable, because he's dating an Inhuman. But there's a difference between wanting to be peacemakers and wanting to be martyrs.

    6. 2,5*Of this volume the 2 tie-ins are actually the best. One is centered on Iceman and Romeo and the choice they have to make with the ongoing battle, the other on Scott and his difficulties to deal with what is older self has done before learning the truth about Emma's trick. Both are correctly played, with legitimate anguish and reactions to the events at handicap. The finale and annual are way too teenagery for my taste. The "impromptu dance" of the last page felt too much like the Disney Chan [...]

    7. The All-New X-men team deserves better than this. It's not horrible but it's not great either. Hopeless can do better than this. A bit of the author's talent shines here and there but I'd love to see Hopeless cut loose on the X-World and do whatever he wants. Little opportunity for that here.

    8. [Read as single issues]My review for all three of the X-Men tie-in volumes to IvX will be exactly the same. These are one-shot stories that tie into the events of IvX, and they're not particularly compelling on their own. There's an attempt to try and tie-up the rest of the storylines that the writers have laid down, but their hands are tied in terms of how much they can do.Certain issues are worth looking into, like the Romeo/Iceman issue in All-New X-Men, or the Monet focused issue of Uncanny [...]

    9. This is the last All-New X-Men graphic novel before it switches to X-Men: Blue, and wraps up a lot of loose ends. We have:- Their contributions to IvX (which mostly involves Bobby's love story with Inhuman Romeo)- Cyclops finding out that Emma Frost is to blame for all his current public backlash (and the start of the war with the Inhumans)- Beast working a spell that takes them to the past where their current selves are still adventuring in the past (you are really going to have to give a bette [...]

    10. Much like Extraordinary X-Men's IvX tie-in volume, these are smaller character driven stories told around the edges of the IvX mini-series' main line. As such, they lend themselves to the relatively stand-alone format the collection follows. We get in the heads of various time-lost X-Men, and we get an official "we're not from this timeline statement" on the All-New kids. I'm hoping that X-Men Prime leads to some really good stuff with the launch of X-Men: Blue and X-Men: Gold. More character dr [...]

    11. I read these issues along side the larger Inhuman vs XMen story arc and books. Of the 4 series, this is the weakest. One issue deals with Bobby Drake and his crush. Mostly ignorable. The most important issue is a good one, young Scott Summers learning the truth about the events seen in Death of X. This issue by itself is critical to the overall story and follows up an issue of Uncanny XMen. The only other important thing to pick up from this volume is seeing how the series ends with a reunion of [...]

    12. A bucket of semi-disconnected stories. It's one of the major challenges of the crossover story - it kind of breaks the graphic novels. But in this case all of the stories are good ones, and they don't really depend on the details of the larger story. Sure it feels like I'm missing the big picture, but the little picture is worth it.

    13. Aunque le ponga tres estrellas, por todos los números en general, me alegra que por fin alcanzara el nivel del primer volumen de All-New X-Men (2013-15) en su último número. Cómo se nota que se recuperan aquellos personajes que funcionaron tan bien durante la primera etapa.Farewell, pequeños X-Men.Os deseo un buen viaje por esta nueva etapa que va a comenzar.

    14. The best one of the IvX bunch. Again single issues stories, but well deserved one. I guess that's because the writer managed to get me to relate to the characters, and didn't forces their story arc on the crossover.

    15. On off stories around and about IvX.There is a big reveal about the time travel elementwhich does not link well to X-Men Blue for me.

    16. Some IVX tie-ins and a whole lotta filler as the series runs down the clock until the X-Men: Gold/X-Men:Blue reboot.

    17. Much like Uncanny X-Men: Superior, Volume 4: IvX, this focused on more character driven moments, especially Iceman and Cyclops. The other characters could have used more time, but those two had a bit more at stake here, so it made sense to do it this way.And Idie's first date story in the annual was great.

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