Marc Alan Fishman’s Snarky Synopsis: Amazing X-Men Annual #1

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  1. Lance says:

    Being a DEEP lover of Storm. *I mean, like her character is infused with my psyche* I was stoked to pick up this one shot. This book has moments that lend towards showing Storms true elemental potential. But it was dragged down by clumsy dialogue that sounded VERY “90’s X-Men Animated Series Storm” with the Maya Angelou poems before each lightning strike. An opportunity to create a nuanced and ethereal story was passed up. The art was very well crafted and Storm actually looked ethnic so I am happy with that.