There is some nice clean looking art in it. Wolverine on the cover looks mean, wild and ready to throw down. But this series was built around Blink and she left more than several issues ago. The team needs her as its strong leader. The series is suffering without her. Read Full Review
When a comic spends the first four pages detailing the mission the heroes are looking to accomplish, you just know you're in for a rough ride, and based on his past work I have very little confidence in Chuck Austen's ability to tell the most simple plot in a clear, enjoyable manner, so this mess of a plot is not exactly a welcome sight. Yes, this issue is a hodgepodge of ideas that were never all that enjoyable during their first trip round the track so getting a return visit is also enough to make me consider leaving the next two issues on the shelf, as I've come to believe nothing good can come from this. What makes it worse though is that it only took Chuck Austen three issues to transform this once enjoyable series into a hopeless scrape yard where ill-conceived plot threads I had hoped to never see again have taken roost. What's more these plot threads are so poorly injected into these pages, as Chuck Austen almost seems unwilling to concede that there are fans reading this title Read Full Review
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