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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
There is a certain satisfaction to having walked where gods and monsters fear to tread. That's the only reason I didn't give this book negative one million stars. Well, that and the fact that negative one million stars is not an option. Somewhere along the line, someone had a grand unifying vision for the Marvel universe. This book is about the ramifications of that vision, stretched out beyond its limits. There's so much here that just doesn't make any sense, and is so worthless as to boggle the mind. If I had to identify one fatal flaw for the Earth X series, it would have something to do with the reliance of the major comic books on a manichean world view. This series keeps circling around that one idea, that there are heroes and villains, but it can never quite accept it or totally dismiss it. I'd go into more detail, but it's really not worth the effort.
Review: Paradise X, Vol. 1 (Paradise X #1)User Review - Goodreads
This one is a little more dense than the other X books, and a little less clear. I think the only way to read this is to read it in the trade paperback format. if you had to wait a month for every installment you'd lose track of what was going on.
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Earth X Unoffical Timeline
Jim Kruger has promised that an upcoming issue of Paradise X will explain this, ... (Paradise X: Xen. Did this happen in the Marvel Universe proper? ...
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