- Miss Frost, you've got to get to the machine. Make with the smashing!
- -- Spider-Man
Appearing in "To Serve and Protect (Conclusion)"Edit
- unnamed children
- Max's mother
Synopsis for "To Serve and Protect (Conclusion)"Edit
- Dark Beast's coffee mug reads "Don't hate me beacuse [sic] I'm beautiful."
- “TO SERVE AND PROTECT,” CONCLUSION
The X-Men and Spider-Man have made their way through the New York City sewers only to be overwhelmed by a legion of bloodthirsty reptilian monsters. Now they’ve been captured and turned into mindless creatures themselves with only Spider-Man and Emma Frost left unscathed. Can this unlikely pair work together long enough to restore the X-Men and defeat their mysterious opponent? Or will they too join the ranks of the Lizard X-Men?
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Yes, it's shocking this is not a video review, I know, but I felt that since I didn't actually buy the book, but only quickly read it while in the store, it wouldn't be fair to give it a full review based on the handful of panels I actually read.
Furthermore, the argument could be made that Spider-Man didn't do much of anything in this entire story arc, and that Emma could have possibly just stayed in her diamond form and fixed things anyway. It's not like Spider-Man did any one thing that helped resolve the problem on his own, so in the end, it felt very much like he was just thrown into the book for sales purposes. Obviously, having both Wolverine and Spidey on a cover or two is going to help you sell comics (as long as people don't skim it before purchasing). I am usually a fan of Chris Bachelo's art, with its interesting shapes and darker tone, but this issue specifically was much too broken up into smaller panels to enjoy any of the things he drew. If you're going to turn the X-Men into X-Lizards, than I want to see some full body shots of how they look different. At best, all we got were shoulders-up images of the lizards grabbing at Spidey and Emma.
— Nathan (Peteparker) (Earth-1218) (talk • contribs • email) 15:29, April 28, 2011 (UTC)