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It's aliens vs. mutants as the Skrull Invasion hits the West Coast! The Skrulls don't expect the X-Men when they hit San Francisco, but don't think they don't have something very special prepared for Cyclops and his army when they find them at their new home. It's aliens vs. mutants as the Skrull Invasion hits the West Coast! The Skrulls don't expect the X-Men when they hit San Francisco, but don't think they don't have something very special prepared for Cyclops and his army when they find them at their new home.


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It's aliens vs. mutants as the Skrull Invasion hits the West Coast! The Skrulls don't expect the X-Men when they hit San Francisco, but don't think they don't have something very special prepared for Cyclops and his army when they find them at their new home. It's aliens vs. mutants as the Skrull Invasion hits the West Coast! The Skrulls don't expect the X-Men when they hit San Francisco, but don't think they don't have something very special prepared for Cyclops and his army when they find them at their new home.

30 review for Secret Invasion: X-Men

  1. 4 out of 5

    Gavin

    Lame. Namby pamby art, story sucks, dialogue is stupid, too many characters, not enough screen time for each. Also, no Mutants were Skrulls? None at all? Right. Cyclops is a dick here as well, only Beast having a conscience stops worse things. Also, don't put Logan on covers when he's in the Savage Land wi New Avengers the whole time. Waste of time, makes the Skrulls seem stupid and easily defeated. Just not worth reading. Tie in or not, totally inconsequential. Nothing about this will affect them Lame. Namby pamby art, story sucks, dialogue is stupid, too many characters, not enough screen time for each. Also, no Mutants were Skrulls? None at all? Right. Cyclops is a dick here as well, only Beast having a conscience stops worse things. Also, don't put Logan on covers when he's in the Savage Land wi New Avengers the whole time. Waste of time, makes the Skrulls seem stupid and easily defeated. Just not worth reading. Tie in or not, totally inconsequential. Nothing about this will affect them at all...

  2. 5 out of 5

    Giovanni Gelati

    The writer on this graphic novel is Mike Carey and I have to say that I really enjoyed the plot of pitting the X-Men against the Skrulls and the Super- Skrulls, what is not to like about that? The basic backdrop of the story is that the Skrulls are planning on invading and dominating the planet Earth. The X-men are the only superheroes that stand in their way and that has been anticipated by the Skrull in charge, he is of the mind that he thought of all the possible scenarios under which they wi The writer on this graphic novel is Mike Carey and I have to say that I really enjoyed the plot of pitting the X-Men against the Skrulls and the Super- Skrulls, what is not to like about that? The basic backdrop of the story is that the Skrulls are planning on invading and dominating the planet Earth. The X-men are the only superheroes that stand in their way and that has been anticipated by the Skrull in charge, he is of the mind that he thought of all the possible scenarios under which they will do battle. The usual ensues; he is wrong we are saved and all is well on Earth except a few buildings leveled and streets torn up and destroyed: normal everyday stuff in the world of the superheroes. The stuffing in the middle is the good part in this graphic novel. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good X-Men romp and I am not going to say that I don’t, but this was a well-conceived and thought-out plotline. I, as usual, will give no spoilers here, but the battle was fought on many levels and I enjoyed all the different subplots and action it brought with it. Carey mixed two of my favorites here with X-Men & Skrulls and didn’t drop the ball with the possibilities. That made the graphic novel for me. The artwork was excellent and it helped carry the emotion of both groups taking the plotline to a new level. It was great teamwork, Carey/Nord/ Sepulveda. Anytime the Skrulls are in a graphic novel I don’t think you can wrong. The stories can go in so many different directions and they have been in so many different Marvel franchise comics over the years they are one of my favorite super villains. Do you know of any other graphic novels the Skrulls are in? Drop me a line and give me the titles, I would enjoy checking them out, thanks. What are you reading today? Check us out and become our friend on Facebook & Linkedin. Go to Goodreads and become our friend there and suggest books for us to read and post on. You can also follow us on Twitter, and the Gelati’s Scoop Facebook Fan Page. Did you know you can shop directly on Amazon by clicking the Gelati’s Store Tab on our blog? Thanks for stopping by today; We will see you tomorrow. Have a great day. http://www.gelatisscoop.blogspot.com

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rachael

    I loved the X-Men take on the Skrull invasion- very cool. I also really enjoyed the watercolour-style art, it was a very different take on the comic book genre. This graphic novel collects #1-4 of Secret Invasion X-Men, and has #250 of Fantastic Four with crossovers from SpiderMan, Captain America, and the X-Men (view spoiler)[skrulls posing as X-Men (hide spoiler)] . It was really fun to read an older original issue and compare the art and writing style of the then Skrull story to the more recen I loved the X-Men take on the Skrull invasion- very cool. I also really enjoyed the watercolour-style art, it was a very different take on the comic book genre. This graphic novel collects #1-4 of Secret Invasion X-Men, and has #250 of Fantastic Four with crossovers from SpiderMan, Captain America, and the X-Men (view spoiler)[skrulls posing as X-Men (hide spoiler)] . It was really fun to read an older original issue and compare the art and writing style of the then Skrull story to the more recent Secret Invasion Skrull story. The X-Men strategium in Secret Invasion was very cool as well (view spoiler)[ guerilla warfare and unleashing the Legacy Virus on the Skrull (hide spoiler)] . Overall a good read :)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tyon Mason

    Great Was an awesome and entertaining read! You should really read this! I love the X-Men they're so cool! Go read Great Was an awesome and entertaining read! You should really read this! I love the X-Men they're so cool! Go read

  5. 4 out of 5

    Chris Greensmith

    "Born with abilities beyond those of normal men, the mutant species has long been hated and feared by the humans around them. the mutant super heroes known as the X-Men are looking to change that, making the world safe for human and mutant alike" The art felt like it would be soft to touch, I really liked it, beautiful...4 🌟 Great, the X-Men using their brains to take down the Skrulls with a virus, brilliant...2 1/2 🌟 Relevance to SI, 2 🌟 So overall for this TPB 3 🌟 "Born with abilities beyond those of normal men, the mutant species has long been hated and feared by the humans around them. the mutant super heroes known as the X-Men are looking to change that, making the world safe for human and mutant alike" The art felt like it would be soft to touch, I really liked it, beautiful...4 🌟 Great, the X-Men using their brains to take down the Skrulls with a virus, brilliant...2 1/2 🌟 Relevance to SI, 2 🌟 So overall for this TPB 3 🌟

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lesley

    The X-Men have to fight of an invasion of shape-shifting Skrulls. I liked that there were a few "main" characters that were focused on instead of giving a little bit of time to each X-man. Perhaps it because I was introduced to the Skrulls in a Deadpool graphic novel, but I just can't take them seriously as a threat to humanity. The X-Men have to fight of an invasion of shape-shifting Skrulls. I liked that there were a few "main" characters that were focused on instead of giving a little bit of time to each X-man. Perhaps it because I was introduced to the Skrulls in a Deadpool graphic novel, but I just can't take them seriously as a threat to humanity.

  7. 5 out of 5

    J'aime

    Most of the Secret Invasion tie-ins are short and simply show the event from a different POV, with little overall impact. This one is no different. However, I found it far more entertaining than I expected because it's not bogged down with the paranoia of "who can you trust?" When the Skrull fleet descends on the US, the ships sent to San Francisco aren't expecting the X-Men. Unsurprisingly, the mutants fight back. What I found interesting was that they weren't automatically the superior fighting Most of the Secret Invasion tie-ins are short and simply show the event from a different POV, with little overall impact. This one is no different. However, I found it far more entertaining than I expected because it's not bogged down with the paranoia of "who can you trust?" When the Skrull fleet descends on the US, the ships sent to San Francisco aren't expecting the X-Men. Unsurprisingly, the mutants fight back. What I found interesting was that they weren't automatically the superior fighting force. Often, the X-Men come across as so powerful that enemies present no challenge to them or the reader. Here, The Skrulls not only outnumber them, they have superskrull warriors (with stolen superhero powers of their own), and they have more advanced technology which includes resistance to mental assault by telepaths. So, the X-Men must rely on strategy, guts and guerrilla warfare to resist the invasion. This trade has a lot of action, but also a fair number of scenes showing the opponents' responding to and orchestrating tactics. This is one of the few instances where I like Cyclops because he showed real leadership, even down to the tough decisions. Overall, I thought this tie-in was excellent despite not having an impact on the bigger picture. It wasn't essential but it was very satisfying, and demonstrated that wars are fought on many fronts. Highly recommended

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

    I'm not very good at distinguishing between some of the newer X-Men writers. Most of them do a pretty decent job, much better than the insipid Chris Claremont with his hokey dialogue and dated plots. Carey is on of the few that stands out for me. He does the impossible by making the mess that is the Secret Invasion storyline seem remotely interesting. Secret Invasion is still fairly uninspiring, it is nice that it's over. It's interesting, at least to me, to note many of the other recent mega ev I'm not very good at distinguishing between some of the newer X-Men writers. Most of them do a pretty decent job, much better than the insipid Chris Claremont with his hokey dialogue and dated plots. Carey is on of the few that stands out for me. He does the impossible by making the mess that is the Secret Invasion storyline seem remotely interesting. Secret Invasion is still fairly uninspiring, it is nice that it's over. It's interesting, at least to me, to note many of the other recent mega events have left a lasting effect on the Marvel Universe that has had some sort of impact. This one has not and is best left forgotten. The art in this series is well done and consistent. But it's almost ruined by the colorist. It looks like the art has all been dipped in blue and green dye, giving it a muddy washed out out look. Most notable are scenes depicting the city. Everything is a green and purple mess.

  9. 5 out of 5

    E.W. Pierce

    This story was interesting and held my attention. I actually found the Skrulls far more interesting than the X-Men - maybe because there are so many mutants crammed into this tale that I stopped caring about them at all. As an occasional X-Men fan (watched the 90's cartoon, read some of the 80's-90's comics, loved the movies), I didn't know who half of these characters were. I was also disappointed by the false advertising - the cover shows Wolverine & Phoenix, and the back cover promises every X This story was interesting and held my attention. I actually found the Skrulls far more interesting than the X-Men - maybe because there are so many mutants crammed into this tale that I stopped caring about them at all. As an occasional X-Men fan (watched the 90's cartoon, read some of the 80's-90's comics, loved the movies), I didn't know who half of these characters were. I was also disappointed by the false advertising - the cover shows Wolverine & Phoenix, and the back cover promises every X-Man, but those two in particular are only included on one of the covers and never come into play. What that promise actually means is we get a lot of characters who I could care less about. Of those I recognized, Nightcrawler and Beast have the best stories. The included story at the back from the 80's was a nice surprise, and though the tale itself is definitely showing its age, it was nice knowing who all the principles involved were.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Davy

    The Skrull invasion reaches San Francisco and is at first surprised/no match for the X-men. But the skrulls quickly recover by deploying their superskrulls and blackmail the X-men by threatining to kill thousends of SF-inhabitants. Nightcrawler is the main character in the developments. The question is who can keep their 'cool': the skrulls or the x-men, where the - as usual - fearsome leader Cyclops has his own means for blackmailing the skrulls.... Quite a nice story, it's more a seperate issu The Skrull invasion reaches San Francisco and is at first surprised/no match for the X-men. But the skrulls quickly recover by deploying their superskrulls and blackmail the X-men by threatining to kill thousends of SF-inhabitants. Nightcrawler is the main character in the developments. The question is who can keep their 'cool': the skrulls or the x-men, where the - as usual - fearsome leader Cyclops has his own means for blackmailing the skrulls.... Quite a nice story, it's more a seperate issue of the Secret Invasion and doesn't really add something to the main story (all takes place in SF, far from the main invasion and main protagonists), the grapichs are special - hazy, like a continues fog, they add up to the tension and sphere of the story. And Cyclops, he's great again, becoming my favorite X-men character.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jenna

    Liked the quiet watercolor-effect of the drawing style, as well as the lack of paranoia that existed in the other Secret Invasions, where the superheroes don't know who to trust. Enjoyed seeing more glimpses into Cyclops' evolution as a character and the lengths that he will go to protect lives. (view spoiler)[The fact that he is still trying to protect humans was nice to see, despite the fact that he appropriated the Legacy virus to kill Skrulls, without seeing if Hank had a cure or not... Just Liked the quiet watercolor-effect of the drawing style, as well as the lack of paranoia that existed in the other Secret Invasions, where the superheroes don't know who to trust. Enjoyed seeing more glimpses into Cyclops' evolution as a character and the lengths that he will go to protect lives. (view spoiler)[The fact that he is still trying to protect humans was nice to see, despite the fact that he appropriated the Legacy virus to kill Skrulls, without seeing if Hank had a cure or not... Just shows how merciless he's becoming in order to start off the whole Phoenix Five saga! (hide spoiler)]

  12. 5 out of 5

    Adam Stone

    Most times that the X-Men are forced into a major event, their tie-in title is uninspired and serves to advance neither the main story nor their own continuity. This one fares a little better, as we get the X-Men, who have just moved to San Francisco, making some headway to being liked by the populace at large. There aren't many character beats, as the character who gets the most screen time is Nightcrawler, and it's mainly so that he can inadvertantly expose a weakness to Beast. The ending is a l Most times that the X-Men are forced into a major event, their tie-in title is uninspired and serves to advance neither the main story nor their own continuity. This one fares a little better, as we get the X-Men, who have just moved to San Francisco, making some headway to being liked by the populace at large. There aren't many character beats, as the character who gets the most screen time is Nightcrawler, and it's mainly so that he can inadvertantly expose a weakness to Beast. The ending is a little too clean, and I'm not sure that Dave McCaig's colors are the best match for a story that's mostly action. It flattens the art into an atmosphere usually reserved for fantasy comics. But it's certainly done well for what it is. Most of the Secret Invasion titles were telling the same main story from slightly different persepctives, and they all felt fairly generic. The fact that this book doesn't involve any Skrull infiltration amongst the team makes this stand out a bit. Overall, I enjoyed this book more than I remember enjoying it when it came out. I'd recommend it for X-fans who enjoy it when they throw pretty much every character at a problem without ever really dwelling on any of their character beats.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Alicia Evans

    After coming off the high from the Black Panther Secret Invasion tie-in, this one was extra disappointing. It's really not a comic designed for someone to drop in--many characters aren't introduced or the plot isn't explained. I have some background knowledge to the X-Men, but not being a hardcore fan, this was hard to follow. I also found it highly unlikely that the Skrulls had no idea that the X-Men would be a presence to deal with and there weren't any sleeper agents. It just felt off conside After coming off the high from the Black Panther Secret Invasion tie-in, this one was extra disappointing. It's really not a comic designed for someone to drop in--many characters aren't introduced or the plot isn't explained. I have some background knowledge to the X-Men, but not being a hardcore fan, this was hard to follow. I also found it highly unlikely that the Skrulls had no idea that the X-Men would be a presence to deal with and there weren't any sleeper agents. It just felt off considering the other texts. The best part was Emma Frost battling it out with the wall. I just wish there was more here. For: fans of superheroes/comics; readers wanting a comic with a focus on war strategy. Possible red flags: manipulation; characters in peril; violence; blood; death; invasion/colonialism; war imagery.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Duncan

    Lotsa action and color. No moping about in this one. It's pretty much a battle between X-men and Skrulls over the streets of San Francisco. One thing I'm learning about the X-Men as I read everything I can get my hands on, is they always seem to have new characters popping up in every damn book near. Ha! Anyway nothing overly brilliant artwise, proficient but great use of color like I said before. The book ends w/a re-issue of Fantastic Four #250 written and drawn by John Byrne published origina Lotsa action and color. No moping about in this one. It's pretty much a battle between X-men and Skrulls over the streets of San Francisco. One thing I'm learning about the X-Men as I read everything I can get my hands on, is they always seem to have new characters popping up in every damn book near. Ha! Anyway nothing overly brilliant artwise, proficient but great use of color like I said before. The book ends w/a re-issue of Fantastic Four #250 written and drawn by John Byrne published originally in 1982 and it's a humdinger. Spider-Man and Captain America make cameos as well as four "X-Men," Cyclops, Storm, Big Metal Russian Guy and Nightcrawler. Terrifically drawn and brightly colored and fast-paced 80's comix action. I think I might give this book 4 stars overall for the five star re-issue that bookends this tpb. Thank you very much.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Daniel

    Completely forgettable, of no real consequence, and doesn't even really engage with its central question - whether it's okay to commit genocide in wartime (the real answer is of course not, but the comic's is "sure, because the bad guys are bad"). But man, that art is real nice - it's this very strange, murky use of flat pastels. Not enough to forgive its storytelling shortcomings, but enough to eke some enjoyment out of it. Completely forgettable, of no real consequence, and doesn't even really engage with its central question - whether it's okay to commit genocide in wartime (the real answer is of course not, but the comic's is "sure, because the bad guys are bad"). But man, that art is real nice - it's this very strange, murky use of flat pastels. Not enough to forgive its storytelling shortcomings, but enough to eke some enjoyment out of it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shane

    I don't know what it is about X-men, but they often have a way of making everything very epic, it never seems to be "Villain X has a diabolical plan to rob a bank and buy himself an island", it's always more like "One of us must give up his very soul to prevent the world from being destroyed, who will it be?" So pretty good stuff. Lots of tension and loved the Skrull "mentalist commune" or whatever it was called. I don't know what it is about X-men, but they often have a way of making everything very epic, it never seems to be "Villain X has a diabolical plan to rob a bank and buy himself an island", it's always more like "One of us must give up his very soul to prevent the world from being destroyed, who will it be?" So pretty good stuff. Lots of tension and loved the Skrull "mentalist commune" or whatever it was called.

  17. 4 out of 5

    mel

    This was an okay story, nothing incredible in my opinion; it was almost boring. The 250th issue of the FF4 though was really really fun to read, which is why I am giving it 3 stars instead of 2.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Terry Murphy

    The art in this was simply incredible. Just an absolute treat to pour over. And, I like Carey. I first discovered him years ago when he took over the duties on Hellblazer. He won me over, and I generally enjoy him. His run on X-Men has not been good. It's a pedestrian arc that has no sizzle and feels vacant. Did he do it for a paycheque? Was it just a poor fit for him? I can't say, but this is mostly uneventful and feels like a story from 1993. The art in this was simply incredible. Just an absolute treat to pour over. And, I like Carey. I first discovered him years ago when he took over the duties on Hellblazer. He won me over, and I generally enjoy him. His run on X-Men has not been good. It's a pedestrian arc that has no sizzle and feels vacant. Did he do it for a paycheque? Was it just a poor fit for him? I can't say, but this is mostly uneventful and feels like a story from 1993.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Scott Lee

    I am not a Secret Invasion fan, but Carey makes this volume more fun than I expected. He shows the same feel for established characters that he shows for his own characters in Unwritten over at Vertigo for DC. While Unwritten is an instant classic, this one suffers from being part of Secret Invasion. Marvel's incessant big stories are all blurring together for me, at least Carey makes his segment worth the attention. My one complaint (that was something he controlled) was the time spent on the N I am not a Secret Invasion fan, but Carey makes this volume more fun than I expected. He shows the same feel for established characters that he shows for his own characters in Unwritten over at Vertigo for DC. While Unwritten is an instant classic, this one suffers from being part of Secret Invasion. Marvel's incessant big stories are all blurring together for me, at least Carey makes his segment worth the attention. My one complaint (that was something he controlled) was the time spent on the Nightcrawler finds a Skrull bible plotline, which took up a lot of space, affected nothing else in the book and just seemed to go nowhere. ppptttthhhbbbttt. Otherwise an okay book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Collin

    Lots of characters that I don't know, so that was cool. I've been really interested in Nightcrawler lately and this featured him pretty prominently, which was super cool. I don't know if it portrayed him well but I liked him. The plot was good but it wrapped up really quickly. Doing some very light research, it seems like I'm once again getting into the story relatively late in the plot, so it may be that I'm missing stuff. (I really need to get into one comic book story and just read everything Lots of characters that I don't know, so that was cool. I've been really interested in Nightcrawler lately and this featured him pretty prominently, which was super cool. I don't know if it portrayed him well but I liked him. The plot was good but it wrapped up really quickly. Doing some very light research, it seems like I'm once again getting into the story relatively late in the plot, so it may be that I'm missing stuff. (I really need to get into one comic book story and just read everything to do with that instead of jumping from one story arch to the next. I blame it on my library's scant comic collection and my broke-ness.)

  21. 5 out of 5

    Holden Attradies

    A decent story, with pretty good art. the tie in aspect of the Secret Invasion was kind of weird. It was a very self contained story, the Skrulls there were expecting no resistance and by the end of the story it seemed the battle had no real impact on the larger war. I've also not read a lot of X-men past the 80's so I had no idea who most of the characters were. I'd recommend to Secret Invasion fans who like the X-men from this era, but other than that there is no real reason to read it story w A decent story, with pretty good art. the tie in aspect of the Secret Invasion was kind of weird. It was a very self contained story, the Skrulls there were expecting no resistance and by the end of the story it seemed the battle had no real impact on the larger war. I've also not read a lot of X-men past the 80's so I had no idea who most of the characters were. I'd recommend to Secret Invasion fans who like the X-men from this era, but other than that there is no real reason to read it story wise.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Oran

    2.5 Stars The Skrulls invade San Francisco without expecting the X-Men. This story wasn't that great and it's a pity this was my first x-men graphic novel too. The art is mediocre, the water-color style isn't really appropriate for a mostly action story as it sort of takes away the fighting atmosphere. The plot too, is not that great either as there is no real development. PS. The book advertises that it features all the X-MEN, however, it is missing important characters in the X-MEN mythos such 2.5 Stars The Skrulls invade San Francisco without expecting the X-Men. This story wasn't that great and it's a pity this was my first x-men graphic novel too. The art is mediocre, the water-color style isn't really appropriate for a mostly action story as it sort of takes away the fighting atmosphere. The plot too, is not that great either as there is no real development. PS. The book advertises that it features all the X-MEN, however, it is missing important characters in the X-MEN mythos such as Wolverine and Storm.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Fizzgig76

    Reprints Secret Invasion: X-Men #1-4. The X-Men defend San Francisco from the Skrull invasion and find themselves in a moral debate on how far they are willing to go in the fight. The Secret Invasion storyline was really mishandled by Marvel and extremely bloated with spin-off series like these. As a whole this felt like a short X-Men run that could have been in the regular series, but it was dragged out too long and some of the X-Men seemed out of character.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mitchell

    Pretty good group action story around the Skrull Invasion of San Francisco being repulsed by the X-Men. But not a lot of heart and details here. And Kurt is wrong, written a little wrong, but drawn a lot wrong. This story does begin to set up the Cyclops split from the group though, in this one Cyclops from Beast. The backup reprint story of Fantastic Four repelling Skrulls in the form of X-Men was better than typical for a reprint but not all that good. 3.5 of 5.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Philip

    I've been checking Mike Carey's X-Men books out of the library lately. This is fine enough, but not terribly memorable. It seemed familiar as I read it, but I had to check my book log before i was certain I had read it before. I've been checking Mike Carey's X-Men books out of the library lately. This is fine enough, but not terribly memorable. It seemed familiar as I read it, but I had to check my book log before i was certain I had read it before.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Aaron Swensen

    The story was okay, but pacing seemed off, there were clothing changes and meetings that made the urgency of dealing with the invasion a bit weak. The art was decent but some of it seemed a bit too blurry and soft in contrast to the text.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sonja

    Mixed feelings: the main story itself wasn't my favourite, just too many characters and the pacing wasn't for my liking. The story in the end with Fantastic Four and Spidey was nice though and I did love the artwork in both stories! Mixed feelings: the main story itself wasn't my favourite, just too many characters and the pacing wasn't for my liking. The story in the end with Fantastic Four and Spidey was nice though and I did love the artwork in both stories!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    I guess the Xmen are just not my cuppa tea. Really struggled to get through this one. The only reason it gets as high as 3 stars is the Fantastic Four #250 included at the back. Now that was enjoyable.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    Not great, but still better than the main Secret Invasion issues. The story isn't great, and is a bit bloated, but the artwork is phenomenal. Not great, but still better than the main Secret Invasion issues. The story isn't great, and is a bit bloated, but the artwork is phenomenal.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    Decent story. Fun that the skrulls didn't think that the Xmen would be a threat. Scary what Cyclops was prepared to do though. Decent story. Fun that the skrulls didn't think that the Xmen would be a threat. Scary what Cyclops was prepared to do though.

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