Not especially memorable but not without its charm either.
As a big fan of Wolverine and the X-Men, I was really looking forward to this, but it says a lot that it wasn't a limited series and was canceled after only six issues. In fact much of the conclusion was simply told to Spider-Man after he got knocked out and all the predictable twists and turns happened.
The Good: The dynamics between the characters was quite enjoyable, particularly Spider-Man and Beast's rivalry, and the villains fighting over Shark-Girl.
The Bad: This was by no means a character-driven story, character personalities were often dismissed for the sake of fun and advancing the plot in the most predictable ways; they even gave a character extra powers as a plot device.
The Ugly: The author shows no signs of having more than skimmed recent X-Men books, resulting in the wrong characters being present. Toad left the school to work with Frankenstein (or more precisely avoid his feelings for Husk), yet is back to his Wolverine and the X-Men vol 1 role as the school janitor with zero explanation, Mr. Sinister has been replaced by his bumbling 1990's cartoon incarnation.
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