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4 thoughts on “Uncanny X-Men (1963-2011) #16

  1. Noah White Noah White says:

    X MEN 14 16 Among Us Stalk the Sentinels Stan Lee and Jack Kirby have created what is perhaps the greatest X Men story of the silver age, and maybe even the greatest comic book story of the civil rights era It s compassion is overwhelming, serving as a tool which effectively enlightened the mentalities of children that read it.Lee brilliantly chooses to open the storyline with the X Men themselves as people rather than heroes, investing us in them as individuals No action just humorous mome X MEN 14 16 Among Us Stalk the Sentinels Stan Lee and Jack Kirby have created what is perhaps the greatest X Men story of the silver age, and maybe even the greatest comic book story of the civil rights era It s compassion is overwhelming, serving as a tool which effectively enlightened the mentalities of children that read it.Lee brilliantly chooses to open the storyline with the X Men themselves as people rather than heroes, investing us in them as individuals No action just humorous moments of downtime, BETWEEN action By spending that necessary time with them, we become invested in them like old friends It makes it all theheartbreaking and suspenseful when he introduces the danger and conflict, as we re already attached to them before it arrives.One of the best parts of this story, quite ironically, is the character arc of its villain I can t really talk about it, apart from the fact it s basically the bread and butter of the entire story The story is structured around people s ignorance, and by telling the intimate story of one human Bolivar Trask Lee is able to use him as a stand in for all of humankind and their collective ignorance he is the physical embodiment of hateful ignorance itself, and the consequences of it His arc ends in a way that displays the inevitable downfall of ignorance, but bookending it with the haunting afterthought that it could always come back in some other form.It s eerily prophetic of where our world has gone, rendering it perhaps one of the most profound as well as compassionate works in not just the comic book medium but also literature itself as a larger art form


  2. Juliana Juliana says:

    3,5


  3. Etienne Etienne says:

    Like the 15 before this one Good


  4. Kerri Kerri says:

    master mold s demise


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