Storm battles Uovu and the dead he has resurrected, and the X-Men arrive to give their ally aid. Can they survive the battle? Is it a good read?
Extermination continues with the X-Men reeling from the deaths of Bloodstorm and Cable. They try to protect the young X-Men from Ahab. Is it a good read?
Storm of the X-Men is called back to her old home in Africa after the apparent death of her adopted mother. Does it make for a good read?
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Rachel Summers, aka Prestige and formerly known as the Phoenix, has been driven into a frenzy by Mesmero She has already downed Colossus and Kitty Pryde, and Magik and Storm follow soon after Cyclops, Nightcrawler, Iceman, and Pyro are the only ones left to calm Rachel down, but, after Prestige so easily incapacitated the[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Rachel Summers and Nightcrawler have their morning ruined when Mesmero arrives and manipulates former's mind Meanwhile, Kitty Pryde and Colossus are still reeling from their cancelled wedding when we suddenly jump to a future where mutants are on the edge of extinction thanks to the Sentinels. X-Men Gold #31 cover by Phil Noto That time jump[...]
The X-Men have gathered together to witness the marriage of Kitty Pryde and Colossus. The team is together, and the ceremony begins. Is it a good read?
The X-Men: Gold team closes in on Alpha in the hopes of stopping his bioweapon before it is launched at Earth while saving Colossus. Is it a good read?
We go back to when Jean Grey first came back and was reunited with her X-Men companions. The newly resurrected mutant had a lot to catch up on and to settle after her extended absence. Does it make for a good read?
The X-Men capture Nance, but Alpha gets away with Colossus. The X-Men must seek help in order to save their teammate and all of mutantkind. Does it make for a good read?
The X-Men assemble to track down Colossus with the help of Rachel Summers. The grand plan? Nance and Alpha plan to use the Legacy Virus still in Piotr's blood to recreate the virus deadlier than ever. X-Men: Gold #27 cover by Phil Noto I'm no geneticist, so I can't say if it all works like that[...]
Scythian Algurus has returned to Earth, and it's up to the X-Men to stop him. Unfortunately, half the team is still in prison. Can they get out in time to save the world? Is it a good read?
With the conclusion to Mojo Worldwide, the X-Men are doing everything they can to shut down Mojo's operation on Earth. Is it a good finale?
The teams of X-Men: Blue and X-Men: Gold continue to square off with the machinations of Mojo. Can they survive, and will it make for a good watch?
X-Men Gold #7 is one of the better Secret Empire tie-ins, because it largely ignores the thrust of the event and uses the setting for its own story needs.
Shadowcat, Nightcrawler, Storm, Old Man Logan, Rachel Summers, and Colossus are all compelling characters The fights with the Sentinels are cool, and when the art works, it works well. I can't not recommend this book to X-Men fans, but X-Men Gold #5 is easily the weakest issue so far The art has plenty of missteps, the[...]