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Subj: Re: Dead Souls #6..
Posted: Wed Feb 27, 2019 at 05:03:53 pm CST (Viewed 150 times)
Reply Subj: Another Uncanny X Men 12 comment and question
Posted: Wed Feb 27, 2019 at 03:36:52 pm CST (Viewed 174 times)

    In some of the other examples of his writing, I havent been a big fan of Matthew Rosenberg, but I gotta tell you, I really, really enjoyed Uncanny X Men 12!
    It had such a cinematic , action movie ( or even tv show ) feel to it
    I loved the old school cyclops/wolverine banter and dynamic.

    my question is this though: Those other x men, mutants, were in that prison. When did that happen? why did that happen?

    if anyone can let me know I would be appreciative,

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        Pretty sure this was the planned direction of the Dead Souls conclusion. Same writer.

      Then the unseen transition from Shan's company team to ONE prisoners was very wanting if not a minor serialization fail.

    Don't think so. Dead Souls ended with everyone becoming infected, and the team was offered to Callahan.

Well, maybe he was made 'aware' of but, IMO, the 'offer' seemed pretty much voided in the next panel when the transmoded new mutants took callously coniving Karma out of the equation. They could've easily went anywhere off the radar -- but apparently Callahan took advantage of the 'intel' by some untold -ie. poorly told- means and got the group imprisoned by the easy displeasy absense of expositive plot device. Tainting an otherwise generally decent mini (minus nits about Warlock himself).

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