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    Reviews - Wolverine & The X-Men - #9

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Jason Aaron writes a great issue! - Nawfalq
This series has become one of my favorite Marvel titles. This is really surprising - because I wasn't sure what to expect with this title and I subscribed to it as a "chance" pull. Issue after issue, I have been very pleased with this title - and this particular issue represents all the good things with the volume. Jason Aaron is excellent at balancing humor and gravity in his writing. He manages a multitude of characters; developing each and not making any seem flat or dull. Here is the first "tie-in" issue to the year's big Marvel event (Avengers Vs. X-Men) - and this issue is well worth cover price. This issue is relevant, entertaining, and well-done.

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