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Shadow *Hi, I haven't read your fic yet. I just wanted to know if I must read comics before starting with your fic. Thanks

December 1, 2013, 1:31 pm
Marvel BoyI've just finished reading volume 1 of X-Men Supreme and have loved every moment of it, I'm just coming back round to reviewing every issue. I loved the first issue, you set the scene and introduced the charades really well, you didn't need to be an x-men fan to understand what was going on, it was smart having a new member join and using them to introduce us to everything.

November 17, 2012, 7:50 am
Mitzijones08 *WOW!! Great issue! I like the idea, the suspenses and Wolverine's mysterious appearence. You do such a good job describing everything. You also did a good job handling the characters. Their personalities never changed! I'll continue reading this, even though I'm far behind, so keep up the good work. P.S Why did you have to make Kitty's intro in issue 21

March 27, 2012, 5:01 pm
stormbreakerI absolutely enjoyed this episode. I am going to try and start on my own x-men fanfiction series while working on my orginal stories that i hope to publish soon. I also loved the 50th issue! Nice writing. You inspire me a lot to write. And thanks for the ideas!

November 21, 2011, 9:24 pm
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June 12, 2011, 1:38 pm
Great read. *Just came across this site by accident. Read this first story and am very impressed. As good as most official x-men stories. Written so well that the lack of pictures is hardly noticed too. Well done.

January 16, 2011, 11:42 am
rekkanoryo *Hi, I'm from the Jean Grey-Phoenix forum. I just wanted to say how much I truly enjoyed this. It reminded me of how the Ultimate X-men started, but at the same time, this was a more refreshing approach to the whole first X-Men team approach. I like how the new student POV was geared at Ororo, whom I found in other mediums to have already been established as a long-time member. It was nice to see the general perspective of joining a group of people from an advanced student/teacher. There was enough background information given for each character for readers to understand who they are and what their purpose on the team was. And the details you added to the environment was enough to not have bogged me down with detail overkill. I could tell this was well thought out, and I look forward to reading more chapters. I just wish I'd started reading this earlier!

July 14, 2010, 9:57 pm
thecrimsonWow. Just wow. The descriptions and attention to detail is amazing! I look forward to reading the next issue.

May 7, 2010, 4:11 pm
Mesmer *Pretty good! Excited to read more.

January 5, 2010, 2:32 pm
Roach *Awesome read. Can definitly feel you know the characters. My only question is are the X-Men students of teachers?Storm was introduced as the new teacher and Beast was mentioned as being a teacher also. Looking forward to the next issue

December 29, 2009, 8:18 am
Kali Shevlin *Very well written, interesting situation, and I love how you use your knowledge of the D.C. Mall to bring it to life.