It's a slow week for this title, but a necessary one. Things are set up nicely for a dramatic conclusion to Magneto's rise to power. I wish this information had been spread out better over all three issues, but as it stands now we're ready for war. Read Full Review
The art is similarly torn between the good and the bad. At times Andrea Di Vito's work is almost maddeningly bright and cheerful. It conflicts with the tone of the book, and I truly wish Mike Perkins were available to continue his work from last year's House of M: Avengers. Di Vito moves from being a liability to an asset during the many battle sequences. In the sense that both are weighed down by some pretty serious flaws, the writing and art are two peas in a pod. This series will likely never break from mediocrity, but even mediocre books can have something to offer readers who are willing to put up with the lousier aspects for a while. Read Full Review
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