Agent X #13

Writer: Gail Simone Artist: Alvin Lee, UDON Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Tim Hartnett Sep 2, 2003

    A ton of fun and a classic feel; this is certainly an X-book that is more deserving of your money than a lot of the others. Now if only we could get Gail on Uncanny Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 27, 2003

    Gail Simone returns and pretty much picks things up right where she left off, though she does take up a plot thread that was brought into play during her absence, as Agent X's relationship with Sandi is clearly evident. However, the main thing is that this issue is just as much fun to read as the issues before her departure, and it's not often that you get to see a writer return to wrap up the loose ends they left hanging. Agent X's battle with the super happy assassins is a fun little exercise that nicely lampoons the overly cute elements one finds in anime/manga, and the battle has a nice sense of energy to it thanks to the steady stream of amusing, if somewhat off the wall observations that Agent X continually offers up. The question of how Agent X is connected to Deadpool also gets a nice little surprise twist in this issue as one of the most likely theories looks to be dismissed, as Deadpool shows up along side the Black Swan to confront Agent X, which makes it pretty clear the t Read Full Review

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