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All-New X-Men (2012) #25

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• OVER-SIZED 25th ISSUE! • Artist Stuart Immonen is joined by a practical comic book artist hall of fame for this special landmark issue!
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  • Imprint: Marvel Universe
  • Rating: Rated T
  • Format: Comic
  • Price: $4.99
  • UPC: 75960607900102511
  • FOC Date: Mar 26, 2014
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It was a fun read. Doesn't really go anywhere overall, but I laughed at Scott and Logan BFFs!

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The story was a non-story that went nowhere with some great art, some so-so art, and some seriously horrible art that ruined everything after it for me.


Upon re-reading it, it does seem like they are building up to something and I really hope that is the case.  Otherwise, this issue ends up being nothing more than a glorified pin-up book.  I'm thinking Hank is going to renew his efforts to send the O5 home, but I'm not sure if that's even going to be possible anymore with Jean's new powerset.  Even if they do get sent back and Professor X erases their memories, who's going to erase Professor X's memories of their memories?  For example, there is no way the events of the Dark Phoenix Saga would play out the same if Xavier knew that Jean was actually in a pod at the bottom of the ocean the entire time.  And how is he going to trust Scott Summers to lead the X-Men if he knows that Scott will eventually murder him?  I'm hoping they don't get sent back anytime soon, but if/when they do someone other than Professor X is going to have to erase their memories.


i like it, blew my mind!!!!!


Will have to re-read. Didn't really think the watcher needed to say what he did, it's not as if super smart Hank didn't think about possible consequences before he decided to bring the original X-Men back to the future  - and the watcher has such a big head, could he not have worked out that his speech was pointless? Hank really didn't need to get upset. No wonder the watcher is making an exit. Hope he finds someone in the next life to teach him how to make a good point instead of pointing out the obvious.


The story was okay, but it just felt like filler.  For the entire issue we are shown several different possible futures for the X-Men, only to be told at the end that none of them will ever come to pass.  So, what was the point?  Plus the ANXM team doesn't even make an appearance (except on the cover).  The O5 is the reason I buy this book in the first place, so hopefully they, and Immonen, will be back next issue.