As I said earlier, Yost used Skottie Young and his graffiti style art to its full potential. The setting allowed for some wild backgrounds while the assortment of characters, from demons to a lizard mutant, added to the whole experience. Youngs portrayals of Dust, Pixie, and Rockslide were very memorable. While some characters do seem to become caricatures, this happens very infrequently. I worry that Youngs art may seem out of place once the kids are settled back home on earth, but so far he has only enhanced the experience. Read Full Review
As this is an Endangered Species tie-in, I should comment on that for those wondering if they missed anything in one of the X-titles they may not pick up. This is part eight of Endangered Species and, to be honest, not much has happened since Beast met up with Dark Beast, who hails from the Age of Apocalypse timeline. Last chapter spent time discussing Nate and Jean Grey, but this one has the McCoy's searching through one of Mr Sinister's old labs and, aside from a small scuffle with an outdated robot sentry, not much else happens. No discussion aside from some minor ethical and moral expositions by our Beast. Not sure if this is a padding chapter for an ancillary X-book or if the events of this c Read Full Review
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