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Grading on a Curve: "Spider-Man and the X-men #1"

Spider-Man's first teaching experience with mutants has some new twists, but misses out on important lessons.

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Quality Time and Honest Mistakes: "Wolverine Annual #1"

How an innocent camping trip can be ruined by a reasonable misunderstanding

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Worthy of Worship: 'Storm #1'

Ororo Munroe is considered a goddess by many, but it's how she earns that title that makes her divine.

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Uncharted and Off-Track: "X-men #16"

Having a clear destination isn't the same as being on the right path towards it.

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Sanctioned Anarchy: "Wolverine and the X-men #1"

A new era has begun at the Jean Grey Institute, but it's an era without direction.

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Mortal Dynamics: "Wolverine #1"

Wolverine enters a new era without a healing factor or any kind of transition phase.

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Divine Reckoning: "Amazing X-men #1"

A heavenly plot with a devilishly entertaining narrative.

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An Uncanny Legacy: "X-men Battle of the Atom #2"

Five decades of X-men converge in a way that's thrilling, yet incomplete.

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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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Exposing Lies: "X-men #6"

When the lies are finally exposed in Battle of the Atom, the mystery gives way to an emotional, albeit lopsided battle.

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Turning Point: "All New X-men #17"

In every epic battle, there is a turning point. And in one powerful moment, the battle lines in Battle of the Atom are set as the future and the past are linked.

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Wolverine and the X-men #36

The conflict in Battle of the Atom is shrouded in lies. It's just not clear how deep those lies run.

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