War Machines

Paperback - 2012
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Guest starring Iron Man 2.0. The fallout of Schism pushes the X-Men and War Machine at each other in Eastern Europe as Sentinels are being traded on the black market. But things aren't as they seem and the X-Men and War Machine are going to have to work together to stop a truly horrible plot. Collecting: X-Men 20-24
Alternative Title: War machines
X-men war machines
Publisher: New York : Marvel Worldwide, Inc., 2012.
ISBN: 9780785161875
Branch Call Number: Graphic Y Fic
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 27 cm.
Additional Contributors: Conrad, Will
Kurth, Steve
Leisten, Jay


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Nov 22, 2014

As an artist, I found Will Conrad with (Jay Leisten and Steve Kurth on #22) is successful in creating a good variety of angles and use of perspective. Many of the panels draw the eye and the general anatomy, although over the top, is fairly accurate both zoomed in and at a distance. I found it was extremely action heavy which is normal for most X-men issues and some of the angles of Storm became annoying. Inking was good, color was a bit too bright for my tastes.
Found Domino to steal the show both in the story and the rendering. Found some good reference material as always with X-men artists.

Dec 17, 2012

Victor Gischler's take on X-Men, continues as if written by a true Marvel fan-boy. Sadly this leaves the flow of the story highly predictable and unimaginative compared to many other recent writers (Christopher Yost for example whose work also reads like a fan, but one trying to wrap up every dangling plot thread he can find, and preferably in the most violent ways he can find).


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