YMMV / Extinctioners

  • Anvilicious: The ecological message given is not very subtle, and it can be summed up in this way: You don't have the right to reclaim your place you originally called home when you originally spoiled that place. Trying to reclaim it by force is even worse.
  • Cliché Storm: One of the biggest criticism against the comic is the uncanny similarity with both X-Men and in less degree, with Albedo: Erma Felna EDF, its spiritual antecessor, and the fact most of the villains lack redeemable features, being mostly very two-dimensional and their only role is being evil for the sake of being a villain.
  • Spiritual Successor: Regarding themes and even characters, the whole story can be from Albedo: Erma Felna EDF, except with a super-hero spin.
    • Spiritual Antithesis: On the other hand, Extinctioners is also this from Albedo as well: Both titles deals with furry characters who were created by outside forces outside their own understanding, and in both cases humans are behind their creation. The difference lies in the fact, while in Albedo, the Creators are very ambiguous beings whose true intentions aren't completely known; all that's certain is that they created life as a part of a social scientific experiment just to know how they can react without the need of humans. In Extinctioners, on the other hand, their equivalent (The Makers), as far as we know, are mostly evil and the story makes it painfully clear that the anthropomorphic cast were created by the humans just to save their own asses. How evil is really still in the air. Another main difference is, while in Albedo the main cast were put on a distant planet by the Creators, in Extinctioners the whole setting turns out to be a renamed Earth instead.