This issue leaves the readers off at pretty much the same moment that the previous issue ended with, as it spends most of its time looking at the back-stories of Rahne and Laurie, and while the connections between these two characters isn't immediately obvious, the book does a pretty fair job of mirroring the events that each character encountered in their lives without feeling forced or contrived. I mean they are both the product of an unhappy home life, and both have a mother figure in their life that acted as an anchor. Both characters were taught to be ashamed of their mutant abilities, and this in turn has made them look upon them as a curse that forever stands in the way of their forming normal relationships. Now I wasn't as emotionally invested in either story as much as the writing would've liked me to be, as it's pretty much a reiteration of information that's already been made available, and the new material is pretty much along the line of what I had been expecting. However, Read Full Review
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