X-Men: Omega #1 of 1

X-Men Omega 1 of 1Scott Lobdell & Mark Waid // Roger Cruz
June 1995

Magneto sends a time-tossed hero into a cosmic crystal to restore the true X-universe. Waid’s tense, dramatic script masks Cruz’s errors (an unoriginal Ameri-manga artist, he’s the weak link here). Lobdell, the crossover’s mastermind, has done commendable work. Tho’ individual minis may’ve faltered, his cumulative plot & vision makes AoA  the pinnacle of mutant mags between Claremont and Morrison.

continued from The Amazing X-Men #4 of 4
continued from The Astonishing X-Men #4 of 4
continued from Factor X #4 of 4
continued from Gambit and the X-Ternals #4 of 4
continued from Generation Next #4 of 4
continued from Weapon X #4 of 4
continued from X-Calibre #4 of 4
continued from X-Man #4 of 4
continued from X-Universe #4 of 4
continued in X-Men Prime #1 of 1


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One Response to “X-Men: Omega #1 of 1”

  1. jeremy09 Says:

    Always nice when you at least get a strong conclusion. AoA might not be all that individually, but as a greater than the sum of its parts kind of thing it has a scope, breadth, and ideas you can’t find anywhere else in the 90s X-mags.

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