Scully follows a mysterious lead, but is it crucial to finding Mulder or just another of Gibson Praise's games? Meanwhile, Mulder deals with the fallout from the recent "Peacock Family Reunion" and wonders if he really can go "Home Again," himself.
The issue ends with another cliffhanger, albeit one that isn't quite as immediate as the one from last month. It also looks like the fallout won't be so easily avoided"which is really good, because Gibson Praise is starting to get on my nerves. He was cool at first, but his shifting power levels are making it harder and harder to trust the narrative. Harris isa good enough writer to still spin a good story around such a nebulous character, but the series' over arcing plot would be much better served by a slightly clearer picture of its main antagonist. Read Full Review
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