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X-Treme X-Men: Savage Land (Vol 1.5) Paperback – April 1, 2002

3.2 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 96 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel Entertainment Group; Cmc edition (April 1, 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785108696
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785108696
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 6.7 x 0.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.5 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #769,642 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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it's not surprising that so many people are looking to sell their copy of this tpb, which collects the entire x-treme x-men savage land limited series. claremont's tired plot concerns the x-treme x-men's group adventure in the savage land in which they help an ancient dinosaur-like race called the saurids enter the savage land and then fight against an old savage land enemy brainchild to preserve the peace there. yawn. the saurids look way too much like the shi'ar race and the writing jumps around so much that it takes an effort to follow what's supposed to be going on. no character development, storm gets transformed into a primal state and then back (zzz), and threads that get brought up never get pursued (e.g. rogue's mental turmoil). kevin sharpe's artwork is competent, even though it pretty much just looks like slightly less slick versions of larocca's. this was one of the few tpbs i've read that i really had to make an effort to finish. this storyline is def. weaker than the first x-treme books, but i'm not much of a fan of either of those either for the same reasons: claremont just seems to be rehashing the same old plot devices with none of the emotional depth he used to reach. the story is a standalone, so you can avoid this one unless, like me, you just want to see sage in action, although she doesn't get to do much here.
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The x-treme x-men( storm rouge bishop beast and others) go to the savage land to investigate some strange happenings.
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Teh problem with Uncanny is that its Xmen leftovers. Angel?---the most dangerous XMan ever next to Iceman and Nightcrawler, with WOlverine thrown in to make sure someone will buy this book. Stacey X, the mutant prostitute with the heart of gold?...I mean really. Teh interestign part of adding the Jugegrnaut to the team is a nice touch, something original darting it's head in. But this book lacks direction. New X-Men seems to be about the future of teh Xmen and Xtreme seems to follow the theme of self-manifestation and determination and Uncanny seems to be about all the Xmen you would never call on to save theworld. Now if that were followed up on and this was the B team that no one had much faith in that would be cool. Adding some New Mutants,, XForce members, Generation X (they chose Husk over Jubilee and Monet---ugh! and here she's proven to be rather dunderclass). There's no spark here. Its Xmen drudgery. Against Black Tom and his amazing plant powers. Then Lobo wolf men with the most assinine, self-pontificating write overs about evolution. Thsi should be the dirty team, teh schizos, the mess ups, the forgottens doing dirty work, the stealth team, instead it's the yellow bus, reject Xmen. The addiiton of Northstar is a nice twist in the right direction but the whoel team needs to be those kinds of twists. Throw in some villains, some humans (you know I've always wondered about that part----for all their co-existence, peaceful harmony talk there are no human members of the team---this would be a good place to experiement with that concept. We keep getting the human perspective from Xmen, we shoudl get it from humans. They need a token memeber.)
Though this review is for New XMen, I have to say that Uncanny and Extreme average overall into my rating of 4 stars.
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This isn't the best of the X-Men I've been reading lately. Claremont has produced some of the greatest X-Men stories of all time, but here he falls short. Their time in the Savage Land gives an okay story, maybe one that would be really good if it were someone other than Claremont. The other X-Treme X-Men that I've read are pretty good though.
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