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    Reviews - What If...? - #9

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Alternate X-Men after #94 - Quebec Dragon
This takes place not long after X-Men 94 where the new X-Men (Wolverine, Colossus, Nightcrawler, etc) were introduced. What if all the known X-Men (with one exception) had not survived Krakatoa the living island? What if the Fantastic Four and the Avengers were not available to foil a potentially world-destroying plot and there were no more X-Men? Well perhaps, you would get an alternate team with other mutants. The choices were quite appropriate with a few good links to the old team that were not introduced in the real Marvel Universe until much later.The art was ok but nothing special.
Rating : 7




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