Appearing in "Schism (Part Four)"Edit
- Cyclops (Scott Summers)
- Wolverine (Logan)
- Emma Frost
- Colossus (Peter Rasputin)
- Rockslide (Santo Vaccarro)
- Anole (Victor Borkowski)
- Dust (Sooraya Qadir)
- Stepford Cuckoos
- Professor X (Charles Xavier) (Photo)
- Marvel Girl (Jean Grey) (Photo)
- Angel (Warren Worthington III) (Photo)
- Iceman (Bobby Drake) (Photo)
- Beast (Hank McCoy) (Photo)
- Pixie (Megan Gwynn) (Mentioned)
- New Mutants (Mentioned)
- Storm (Ororo Munroe) (Mentioned)
The events of Schism #1 have launched the world into turmoil, and the all-new Hellfire Club is ready to take advantage of the chaos. But when the survival of the mutant race is on the line, just how far will the X-Men go? Once a line is crossed, there’s no going back. The event that promises to tear the X-Men apart at their very core continues, by writer and Marvel Architect Jason Aaron, and superstar artist Alan Davis!
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And here we have the penultimate issue of Schism. Not too bad, but not exactly the best either. I'd say it's the best so far though..
I still despise the changing of artists, even if each is good. The event should be consistent with the art. All in all, this issue was too much talk. I skimmed through Generation Hope #11 (which came out this week) and I almost enjoyed it more. But that's mainly because we saw Hope getting punched in the face by Transonic, I'm still not too big a Hope fan.
Anyways, so there is this giant Sentinel (yeah-every X-event has Sentinels now) heading for Utopia, ready to destroy it. And it sucks up anything metal on its way, growing while doing so. At least that is creative. But I am a little confused here..I could have sworn Cyclops was by it at the end of last issue, and now he isn't. That could be easily explained off as he left, except for the fact he's asking questions about it-when I thought he already knew..?
The villain's plan was interesting at least; the entire plan to evacuate the main powerhouses of the X-Men to leave the island for the most part unguarded. Even if we don't see that little kid bastard this issue, Kid Omega reappears. Random, but also nice to see Madison Jeffries using his powers. Random, but I thought it was funny that Prodigy was shown in GH #11, but not here.
I wish they would have shown more mutants than the ones they did on Utopia. I mean there are a helluva whole lot more, I believe it has been said that there was a little over 150. Let's minus off, say, 25 X-Men. That still leaves around 125 mutants on the island-not to mention Atlanteans, and other humans who sorta chill there-left, and Wolverine wants to blow them all up?
Overall, this issue wasn't too bad; however, I didn't see the need for the random Jean reference, the Sentinel unrealistically took too long to get to the island, Wolverine was too much of a d*ck, and the fight that we have all been waiting for is cut short by the Sentinel, yay. Still, there were some good parts, so overall I'd give it a 4 out of 5. I'm just being too harsh I'm sure. If you're an X-Men fan, this is probably worth getting.. lol!Johnnybravo44 (talk) 22:03, September 21, 2011 (UTC)