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How Marvel's 'X-men: First Class' Classed Up the X-men Films

Matthew Vaughn's X-Men: First Class refocuses the series onto its political and socially conscious origins, as well as the philosophical debate at the core of Magneto and Xavier's relationship.

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A Murky Age in 'Age of Apocalypse #1'

The uber-event of the '90s stumbles, but doesn't fail.

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Minimized Melodrama in 'Uncanny Avengers #5'

Ending with neither a bang nor a whimper.

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The Ties That No Longer Bind: "Uncanny Avengers #1"

The aftermath of a major retcon can't be ignored, but it can't be rushed either.

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Anatomy of an Inversion: 'Magneto #12'

Magneto's transformation gives form and substance to the concept of inversion.

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Dreams of War: "Uncanny X-men #16"

Magneto embarks on an old path, yet in a way that feels new and refreshing.

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The Legacy of Uncanny X-men

After 50 years, the Uncanny X-men reflect a message and a struggle that is still as relevant as ever.

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Ambiguously Forging the Future: "Wolverine and the X-men #37"

The final battle for the future takes shape, albeit under overly ambiguous circumstances.

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Magneto: Resistance Is Futile

I love this label, so why doesn't this latest release soar with flying colors? It's good, but I wanted great, damnit!

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