Exiles is a bit like that song on the radio that one rather enjoys the first few times you here it, but after it becomes a big hit you quickly grow to dislike hearing it, as it gets played over & over again until its run into the ground. Now Judd Winick does take on his cookie cutter plot from different angle, as our lead characters have sided with the villain. However, once this idea that these characters are advancing the villain's interests is set up this book quickly falls into the exact same pattern it's been following for the better part of a year. Yes I'm a fan of the slugfest, and Weapon X versus a supercharged Wonder Man was fairly entertaining show, but the simple truth of the matter is that this book is puttering along on the fumes of what once was a fairly clever premise, and it would appear Judd Winick's creative juices are running a bit low. Perhaps a year off messing around in the DCU will act to get his head back in the game, and if not then I'd gladly welcome a new wr Read Full Review
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