"Black oil" has returned and along with it, the long-dead double agent Alex Krycek. In order to solve the mystery of Krycek's return, Mulder and Scully seek help from the Lone Gunmen, who seem to have trouble of their own.
The art is keyed in to the tone of the story, done in as few lines as possible it seems which helps to create a suspenseful atmosphere. With very few extraneous details to look at, the reader is encouraged to zone in on the intricacies of the plot (and with The X-Files, there is no shortage of intricate plotting). This does make the characters difficult to distinguish in a couple of cases, but once they're identified, it becomes easy to follow who's who. Read Full Review
From the beginning IDW claimed that X-Files: Season 10 would ostensibly be a continuation of the show that millions of geeks fell in love with back in the '90s. Well, with issue #13 it totally delivers on that promise. Read Full Review