ByJP Sarricolea, writer at
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JP Sarricolea

Have you witnessed the death of a star? How brighter it gets while getting smaller? Then to culminate in a explosion of color beyond anything else we have ever seen in the entire cosmos? Although, it is hard to experience the spectacle of a supernova with the naked eye, metaphorically we have seen it in Chris Claremont's extraordinary work with the X-Men.

Uncanny X-Men #275 Cover.
Uncanny X-Men #275 Cover.

For those that had the privilege of reading the comics in the early 90's, this was the end of an era and the beginning of a new one. Storytelling giving way to fresh new art styles and concepts. Well-stablished artists and authors giving way to a younger, hungry and talented generation. And although it was an exciting moment in time, comics have never been the same since.

A Villains Gallery from X-Men #1 by Jim Lee.
A Villains Gallery from X-Men #1 by Jim Lee.

Here it is, my video review of The X-Men Omnibus Vol. 2 by Chris Claremont, Jim Lee and Whilce Portacio:


Do you consider Jim Lee the best X-Men artist ever?


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