I was never into the comic book/graphic novel thing. Friends were when I was younger: Steve, who took over from me as studio junior in my first job, was into all the Frank Miller stuff. Super cool and interesting but my mind was on typographical matters. Ten years later it was Mike, my lodger. A superb illustrator but a house-mate from hell; he attempted to indoctrinate me in the super-hero way but again, I was thinking about other things (like how I could get rid of him).
So I'm no aficionado by any stretch of the imagination and have no idea if this X-Men pop-up book would be considered by such to be worthy of interest. All I know is that, on face value, it appears to be ace: Nicely produced with admirable attention to detail; nifty, irregular polygonal shape; ingenious pop-up constructions; and respectful use of original artwork, it would seem. Bought it in England last week for three quid.