Agent X #7

Writer: Gail Simone Artist: Udon Studios Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 3, 2003

    A solid done-in-one issue, as Gail Simone ends her run on this issue with a pretty funny, if somewhat overly silly adventure that has Agent X on the trail of an underwear thief. However, what could've been a very goofy issue is actually quite impressive in that it how well it managed to sell its jokes, as there's a couple laugh aloud moments in this issue, and I'd be hard pressed to point to any gag in this issue that didn't at least make me smile. In fact that only strike that this issue has against it is that it's Gail Simone's last, and as such we are dependent on other writers to resolve the dangling plot threads that were left hanging, with the most notable one being Agent X's past before he arrived in these pages. The book also manages to introduce a rather comical sidekick who I wouldn't mind seeing again as I was rather glad to see Shameful William managed to survive this issue, as I'd love a return visit by the character. Gail Simone is going to be missed, as she made this boo Read Full Review

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