Updated on 16 October, 2021
There is no mistaking that the Mystique X Men Comic book is not only an incredible read, but one that takes you on an incredible adventure. It's not just a typical superhero comic. I'm not sure what made me like this comic so much. Maybe it's because of all the crazy people in the comic, or maybe it's because of how incredible the story is.
The art style for the Mystique X Men Comic is just as great as the story is. I really liked the detailed drawing of Alex Cross and how he is portrayed. The colored shading on his face really added to the character, as does his blonde hair and the blueprints that he uses to build his suit.
Alex Cross is one of the more well known X Men, if not the most famous one. He starts off as an engineer at a top research facility, but ends up with the mutant power to make anyone attractive. In the first few issues he is trying to get some girls to join him, while in issue #5 he ends up capturing Stormie and putting her in a deep trance. This was one of the more awkward moments in the entire comic, but it did help the characters development.
After the bad ending though, Alex is possessed with more power and he starts taking over the city. He then makes Stormie his girlfriend, even though she is still bitter about their earlier breakup. They soon start fighting, and in the end Alex wins. A very dramatic and powerful ending for this particular comic. It would be interesting to see where the Mystique X Men would take this character in the future.
For those who don't read the comics, the first few issues are very thrilling. There is action, romance, and more tension between Alex Cross and Stormie. It's hard to put down this comic, even with the bad ending. It's a real roller coaster ride. Issues continue to build on this crazy ride throughout the rest of the series. The artwork is top notch and extremely well drawn.
The quality of the writing is above average for this genre, which means the artwork is excellent as well. Lots of detail is given to the supporting cast, especially Alex Cross. Details are detailed enough that the fans can understand what is going on in every panel. Even those who aren't huge comic fans, will be able to pick up the story by this point. For those looking for a super hero story, the Mystique X Men Comic is a great place to start.
The one thing that disappointed many readers of the comic was the portrayal of Alex Cross as a human hero. Some would probably identify with his need to have someone around him that he can depend on. Others didn't like how this was portrayed in the comic. It's not that the art is bad, it's just that it didn't live up to expectations. Many would have preferred Alex Cross to simply be a man, because that's what this version of the character is.
Overall, the Mystique X Men Comic is a great read. For those looking for something with a bit more excitement, the main story line is worth checking out. For those just looking for a fun comic, go with the first few issues. It won't blow you away, but it will keep you entertained. For those who are ready for the real story of Alex Cross, the second arc of the comic will definitely be worth checking out.
One of the greatest assets about the Mystique X Men Comic is the art. Comics go through an exciting time when they are first introduced. There is a level of anticipation for the new comic when it comes out that can't be matched by any other type of media. This makes the comic great for die hard fans of the X Men and even new fans of the X Men.
There are two types of art that can be found in the Mystique X Men Comic. Those who prefer to see the images in the panels and those who prefer to see them in the background. For those who prefer to see the images in the panels it is best to purchase the entire comic. However, there are some online retailers that offer a free trial, so it wouldn't hurt to give it a try before making a decision.
There really aren't many negatives to the Mystique X Men Comic. For those looking for something a little different the Mystique comic might be a great choice. It is written by Chris Claremont and drawn by Ross Dymek as well. This would make it a great jumping off point for new readers who are unfamiliar with the X Men or who are simply looking for a different take on the characters. It is written by a great writer who you would expect to put a lot of effort into the story and to do justice to the characters involved. For those who enjoy the characters and the story in the most part, this would be a great choice of read.