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10 thoughts on “Spider-Man & the X-Men

  1. says:

    Cute, but forgettable.I don t know why I didn t like it , but there was just something missing It had quite a few good jokes, a pretty cool plot, and there wasn t anything wrong with the art I don t shrugsSorry, I can t put my finger on why it didn t work a bit better for me.The basic story is that Logan wanted Spidey to come in and find a traitor He figured without Peter having any attachments to the kids, he might be able to get a clearer view of who was willing to sell the X men out Cute, but forgettable.I don t know why I didn t like it , but there was just something missing It had quite a few good jokes, a pretty cool plot, and there wasn t anything wrong with the art I don t shrugsSorry, I can t put my finger on why it didn t work a bit better for me.The basic story is that Logan wanted Spidey to come in and find a traitor He figured without Peter having any attachments to the kids, he might be able to get a clearer view of who was willing to sell the X men out.Of course, Professor Spider man now has a class of dysfunctional weirdos that he s responsible for, and since he s kind of a dysfunctional weirdo himselfFeelings Emotions BONDINGSo, yeah It s worth reading, but don t expect anything Amazing Heh


  2. says:

    This book was clearly supposed to be a fun romp with lots of jokes and it was Unfortunately, for me, the fun was diluted somewhat by the fact that the jokes clearly took priority over the characters personalities.I mean, since when have the X Men all hated Spider Man They ve teamed up hundreds of times and usually got on pretty well Now, in this book, they can t stand him purely for the sake of the gags.A lot of people might put this down to nit picking but it really stopped me connect This book was clearly supposed to be a fun romp with lots of jokes and it was Unfortunately, for me, the fun was diluted somewhat by the fact that the jokes clearly took priority over the characters personalities.I mean, since when have the X Men all hated Spider Man They ve teamed up hundreds of times and usually got on pretty well Now, in this book, they can t stand him purely for the sake of the gags.A lot of people might put this down to nit picking but it really stopped me connecting with the story.I won t say I didn t enjoy this book at all, and the artwork was quite nice, but I m not mourning the fact that this isn t an ongoing title


  3. says:

    In all honesty, I thought this sounded like a dumb idea Or, to beaccurate, like a pointless cash grab Actually, it s weirdly pretty good In a way, it s a sort of sequel to Wolverine and the X Men, another series that sounded kind of awful to me but ended up being great No, this isn t quite as good as Aaron s Wolverine and the X Men, but it has some of the same characters and some of the same spirit It s a silly, kind of goofy book, and I really like all of the characters that have big In all honesty, I thought this sounded like a dumb idea Or, to beaccurate, like a pointless cash grab Actually, it s weirdly pretty good In a way, it s a sort of sequel to Wolverine and the X Men, another series that sounded kind of awful to me but ended up being great No, this isn t quite as good as Aaron s Wolverine and the X Men, but it has some of the same characters and some of the same spirit It s a silly, kind of goofy book, and I really like all of the characters that have big parts in this book And I really appreciated seeingof some of my favorite students But it was really, really annoying that Kalan wrote the veteran X Men so far out of character Storm, Rachel, and Beast all have decent sized parts, and none of them act like themselves Storm is incredibly bitchy to Spidey because I really have no idea Rachel totally hates him and is obsessed with invading his mind because I don t know why And Beast is just a petty jerk Kalan didn t need to write these characters this way for his story, so I have no earthly idea why he did To make Spider Man look better He really didn t need to Or maybe he just doesn t understand their characters It really dragged down a book that s otherwise fun


  4. says:

    A fun and entertaining read Great artwork Really liked the coloring I would have given it 4 stars, but after issue 3 it had some bumps on the road, got too much with the Venomized bird and its gang of venoms The mojo issue was not good. got a bit bored What was good was the beginning with Sauron So fun to read and had a few laughs too I actually didn t expect to like it because of the students kids x men, whatever they are. I don t like them, except Rockslide maybe that s his name ri A fun and entertaining read Great artwork Really liked the coloring I would have given it 4 stars, but after issue 3 it had some bumps on the road, got too much with the Venomized bird and its gang of venoms The mojo issue was not good. got a bit bored What was good was the beginning with Sauron So fun to read and had a few laughs too I actually didn t expect to like it because of the students kids x men, whatever they are. I don t like them, except Rockslide maybe that s his name right I liked him on All New X Men if I remember correctly, the arc with the Cyttorak and Juggernaut That one he was fun to read For everyone else, I couldn t give a damn, but, after this read though. I changed my mind They re fun to read.Spidey as Spider Man was spot on Your good ol friendly neighborhood, with his one liners, sarcasm and bad luck So, if you like Spidey, I m sure you ll like at least half of this volume, and then it pick right up at the end


  5. says:

    I didn t expect to enjoy this story as much as I did but it had everything I could have asked for It was funny, there was adventure, and the students were diverse and interesting I looked forward to each issue and was kind of disappointed when it was done This story was so colourful literally The art was fantastic and added to the fun.


  6. says:

    Here s a ringing endorsement better than I thought it d be I m usually wary of non comics writers dipping their toes into the medium Kalan was head writer of the Daily Show for years , but I was pleasantly surprised by this Kalan does a wonderful job of mixing ideas villains themes from Spider Man s world with the X Men world, and manages to make a bunch of D list X Men lovable in the process.Where Kalan really shines is his Spider Man dialogue I guess years of writing jokes and desk pieces Here s a ringing endorsement better than I thought it d be I m usually wary of non comics writers dipping their toes into the medium Kalan was head writer of the Daily Show for years , but I was pleasantly surprised by this Kalan does a wonderful job of mixing ideas villains themes from Spider Man s world with the X Men world, and manages to make a bunch of D list X Men lovable in the process.Where Kalan really shines is his Spider Man dialogue I guess years of writing jokes and desk pieces translates well to Spidey s quipping, nonstop stream of consciousness, and Kalan nails it as well as almost any Spider Man writer I can think of.All of those positives said, the book just tends to drag a little bit Even though the ideas are good, they plod along a little too much, largely due to just how much dialogue there is here Most panels are crammed full of it, and it slows everything down too much to really ever build momentum I think with some cuts, this could ve been a lightning quick, witty read with a ton of heart As it stands, it s a little overstuffed.Still, I enjoyed it for the most part I d say definitely give it a read on Marvel Unlimited or something And here s hoping to seefrom Kalan in the future


  7. says:

    hunh Is this a kiddie title or is it just inept and inane Methinks the later.


  8. says:

    With Wolverine temporarily dead, the X line needed a new school based book to replace Wolverine The X Men one that revisited some of the existing students and made with the funny Spider Man The X Men is that short lived book.And, it gets the funny right There s stuff that makes you laugh It also makes delightful use of some of the funniest Jason Aaron students, such as Shark Girl and Eye Boy.Unfortunately, Spider Man The X Men just isn t that interesting It s horribly shallow, wi With Wolverine temporarily dead, the X line needed a new school based book to replace Wolverine The X Men one that revisited some of the existing students and made with the funny Spider Man The X Men is that short lived book.And, it gets the funny right There s stuff that makes you laugh It also makes delightful use of some of the funniest Jason Aaron students, such as Shark Girl and Eye Boy.Unfortunately, Spider Man The X Men just isn t that interesting It s horribly shallow, with the team randomly fighting different Spider Man and X Men villains throughout the volume for no particularly good reason and with no particular repercussions At times, this comic was so shallow that I wondered if it were intentionally a juvenile More often, I was just bored.I also seriously wonder about this volume s canonicity Oh, it was clearly intended to be canon, but I m not convinced anything will ever refer to this comic again


  9. says:

    I really enjoyed this This reads like an old school monthly series one or two issue adventures with a through story carrying the series Spider Man takes a position as a teacher at the Jean Grey school One of my petpeeves with the X Books lately is that new writers make up new students and the old ones get pushed to the back So I was glad that this creative team used existing characters Glob Herman, Hellion, Ernst, No Girl, Shark Girl, Rockslide and Eye Boy Together they have some over the I really enjoyed this This reads like an old school monthly series one or two issue adventures with a through story carrying the series Spider Man takes a position as a teacher at the Jean Grey school One of my petpeeves with the X Books lately is that new writers make up new students and the old ones get pushed to the back So I was glad that this creative team used existing characters Glob Herman, Hellion, Ernst, No Girl, Shark Girl, Rockslide and Eye Boy Together they have some over the top adventures with combined teams of Spidey and X Men baddies, like Sauron teaming with Stegron This isn t brilliant or epic, but it s a lot of fun, and I wish the series had kept going


  10. says:

    A charming little story about power, responsibility, and somewhat surprisingly loving your enemies.


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