X-Men Inferno Crossovers is an Omnibus-size graphic novel that collects Power Pack #40 and #42-44, Avengers #298-300, Fantastic Four #322-324, Amazing Spider-Man #311-#313, Spectacular Spider-Man #146-148, Web of Spider-Man #47-48, Daredevil #262-263 and #265, Excalibur #6-7, and Cloak and Dagger #4, all originally published between 1988 and 1989. Like other Marvel Omnibuses, the production quality is high: bright coloring on low-gloss paper, a solid binding, an attractive dust jacket, and finished boards with bronze foil-stamping. No bonus content is included, however, unless you count the single page "Previously..." that provides background for these issues.
Despite the title's use of the name "X-Men," the crossover issues collected here generally have only a single, minor link to Marvel's X-books, and that is their setting--a hell-ravaged Manhattan that is suffering not only a murderous heat wave but also an epidemic of demonically possessed appliances (seriously!). The various series that make up this graphic novel do not intersect with each other or the actual Inferno event (collected in X-Men: Inferno) in any significant fashion, but they do a good job of exploiting the setting for its story-telling potential. The result is a collection of self-enclosed stories that explore the psychologies of Marvel's New York-based superheros and the people close to them. Overall, the writers and artists working on these crossovers deliver some great riffs on the Manhattan-as-hell premise. Particular highlights are Walter Simonson and John Buscema's Jarvis-centered Avengers story, the Spider-Man multi-series storyline (with Todd McFarlane, Sal Buscema, and Alex Saviuk on pencils), and Ann Nocenti and John Romita Jr.'s hellish, psychedelic Daredevil story.
Overall, this is a strong, coherent collection that is arguably a better read than the main Inferno event that spawned it. For its price, it's an excellent sample of the Marvel Comics universe at the beginning of 1989. For X-fans, however, this collection offers no material directly related to Marvel's mutants save the Excalibur issues (which are also collected in X-Men: Excalibur Classic, Vol. 2 - Two-Edged Sword) and the single Cloak & Dagger issue.