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    Reviews - What If...? - #1

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Good start for the relaunch of What If - Quebec Dragon
This is certainly not a story with minor consequences. It affects the whole evolution of superhumans and humans. In fact, it's extremely cosmic and spans from the end of the Evolutionary War to the end of the universe (and beyond ;-). There are a few things that bugged me (such as Wolvie becoming defacto leader of the superhuman faction) but overall it was interesting. The average art by Ron Wilson was certainly not up to the task of such a big story with a huge cast of characters.
Rating: 7 (Would have been 8 or 9 with better art)




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