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Uncanny X-Men #4
May 13th, 2019
This review contains spoilers. Proceed at your own risk.

I'm not sure what it is about this story, but I find myself struggling to care about it half the time. I have been disappointed with this story as I have wanted to love it; so far I still like it though. I will say I really enjoyed the art in this issue though, I love Pere Perez' stuff.

The issue starts off with us learning that of course the X-Men aren't dead. It turns out Jean and Betsy  put out a psychic persuasion so the horsemen of salvation would think they are dead. We then follow the Horsemen of Salvation back to what looks like a hut on an island where it is finallly rervealed that X-Man is theone behind all the strange stuff currently happening. Natetalks about how he wants peace for the world and how he wants to save the planet; although hisplans include a lot of people dying in the process.

The X-Men break up into two teams again and tackle problems that the Horsemen left. Armour refuses to go on the mission and decides to stay with the rest of the kids.

There is some inner turmoil in the X-Men as half the X-Kids let Jean and the adults know how they feel. The kids go and listen to what Legion has to say after the adults leave as he is the only who kind of seems to know what is going on. The kids put to a vote whether or not they are going to listen to Legion anymore or not after they laeave the room and argue about it a little. Rockslide and armour are for listening to Legion, and Glob and Pixie are not. It's a tie, that is before Anole wakes up and gets the final say. The issue ends with Glob tracking down Multiple Man in a bar and mention how they need him to ave the world, According to Legion's plan. This must mean that Anole voted to listen to Legion. After a bit of covincing Jamie finally agrees to help them.

Intrigued to see where this goes!

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