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Uncanny X-Men # 385 :: The Shell Game Comic Review

Uncanny X-Men # 385 :: The Shell Game Comic Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

If you like stories full of flailing fists, telekinetic turmoil and mutants, lots of mutants, Uncanny Xmen #385 The Shell Game, is your cup of chamomile. Check this out...

Story by: Chris Claremont

If you like stories full of flailing fists, telekinetic turmoil and mutants, lots of mutants, Uncanny Xmen #385 The Shell Game, is your cup of chamomile. The amount of action, X-Men against X-Men, is impressive but how do people, in this case a new breed of people, manage to say so much while they are fighting for their periodical lives?


The Bottom line

There are so many characters in this issue, I'm surprised it didn't have to be a hard cover addition just to confine them all. Briefly, the X-Men have split into two groups and one faction, led by Gambit, have joined the evil ranks of the Crimson Pirates, Slavers, Sea Dogs and quite possibly the New York Rangers. Or have they?


Uncanny X-Men #385 Rating: 5

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