Monday, January 30, 2017

Inhumans Vs. X-Men #3 Review - Marvel Monday

Defeat Means Extinction

Writers: Charles Soule & Jeff Lemire
Artist: Javier Garon
Colors: Andres Mossa and Jay David Ramos
Letterer: VC’s Clayton Cowles
Cover Price: $5.99
Release Date: January 25, 2017
Reviewed By: Carl Hamlin

Iso and Inferno are in a predicament as Logan is tasked with protecting the machine Forge created to pull in all the Terrigen gas and turn it into a solid state. Let's pause there… wouldn't that fix the problem for both parties? 

Have Forge create like a chamber that can attach to that machine, the chamber turns the solid Terrigen into gas once a potential Inhuman enters it, then the machine turns it back to solid making the X-Men safe and Inhumans can still have their Terrigen… No, this is all out war so Iso destroys the machine and Inferno turns Logan into cooked meat. Back on New Attilan Logan, who healed, contacts Storm to let her know what had happened with the machine.

We are now in Limbo and Medusa and the rest of the trapped try to figure out a way to get out of Limbo and retake New Attilan. We go back to Iso and Inferno who contact Ms. Marvel to round up some of the Inhumans that are scattered around the world not captured by the X-Men. Elsewhere Karnak broke out of Jean Grey’s mental trap, which was just the primary prison and now Karnak gets to face off with Fantomex. This issue ends with in some kind of cell...

Bits and Pieces:

This is another great issue, but I hope all of the setup gets wrapped up by the end. All in all that is what this issue was set up, and I have to say, with all the events going on in comics right now I am hoping nothing gets left unanswered. Luckily for us, we have two powerhouses writing this book and my faith in them is still strong. This art is fantastic, my favorite pages are the ones with Karnak and Jean Grey, those eyes… PERFECTION


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