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I would have loved to give this a five-star. But someone screwed up with the scanning because there's a slight crinkle about 2/3 of the way down most pages. It is extremely intrusive when a dialog falls onto this section of the page.
I read this because it is supposedly one of the best x men storylines. It was ok. Probably built up a little too much in my mind. It could also have something to do with the era. The style of writing is dated and the whiny cyclops/jean relationship wears on you quickly.
I enjoyed reading this, having known the basic story for years, but Claremont relies on some pretty lame conventions to tell stories. Above all, I got really sick of characters explaining exactly what was going on in thought bubbles. Show, don't tell, is a fundamental rill of visual storytelling.
This is definitely more of a series of comics than a graphic novel, which was what I was expecting. It was annoying that the first few pages of every chapter or "issue" would explain what was going on, with frequent references to events you something either just read, or from issues published many issues before. Admittedly, I am a fan of graphic novels, not serial comics.