Comic Book Review: Giant-Size X-Men: Jean Grey and Emma Frost (2020) #1

A little history about Morrison and Quitely’s run on X-Men.

Details: This is a one shot. More information can be found at https://www.marvel.com/comics/issue/82527/giant-size_x-men_jean_grey_and_emma_frost_2020_1

Score: 7/10

Giant-Size X-Men: Jean Grey and Emma Frost (2020) #1 is basically a big homage to a story written by Morrison and drawn by Quitely, New X-Men #121. It’s in many ways a panel by panel copy of that issue.

In this comic, Storm has an illness and Jean and Emma must go into her mind to figure out what’s wrong with her.

Even though this is mainly a copy of New X-Men #121, I still enjoyed the issue. There is almost no text here. It’s just some pretty, trippy art and imagery.

Overall, I enjoyed the issue. It’s been long enough since New X-Men #121, so I could enjoy a comic that mainly copies that concept. I mostly forgot about that magnificent Morrison series until this issue came out.

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