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    Reviews - X-Men: Deadly Genesis - #1

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An excellent issue - Darth Kramer
I feel that this is an excellent issue. It does a lot to set up a sense of paranoia and dread of what is happening, with the ever vigilant Sentinels and the appearance of the mystery man. Also, with the recording of Moria discovered by Banshee, you know that Professor X was up to no good about something. The back-up story, "Petra", was excellent, too. It gave a very solid, if common, origin story of a young mutant seeking her place in a world that hates her.



A very weak start. - sporchotk
The mini story 'Petra' in the back of the book is actually the stand out of this issue. There is so much build up going on in this issue that nothing much actually happens. You get the strange feeling reading that you're actually staring at a thinly veiled formula. In the wake of House of M there's a lot of potential ground to move around. Instead this title stumbles off the line and chooses rather to do next to nothing.




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