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Is a fantastic collection on one of the greatest story arcs of the X-Men and MUTANTS in general, several artists that I enjoy, like Marc Silvestri among others... sadly, almost one third of the pages came out either blank or black, so I couldn't read nor see anything, missing a good chunk of what was going on, if it wasn't for that, I would have give a 5 stars review!
This did not age as well as I had hoped. The stories aren't really in order and many of the references are dated. That's all expected, but the worst part is most of this has been retconned out of existence. It's great for nostalgia, but not much else. If you loved late 80s X-men, it'll be nice to see these again, but won't mean much to new readers.
As far as X-Men story arcs go, Inferno is a classic for a reason. It features several tightly interwoven story arcs involving N'astirh's plans for Manhattan. The art is sub-par, but my main problem was that the Kindle version featured the comic issues in alphabetical, rather than chronological order. This made the story much more difficult to follow than it needed to be.