The issue is entertaining in that it's clearly set itself down a path where the need to maintain the book's status quo is no longer an issue, so there looks to be a very real effort to dismantle the core relationship that the early issues had so carefully constructed. Now on one hand it's sad to watch Sean McKeever knocking over the sand castle he made such an effort putting together, but on the other hand it certainly makes for an exciting show to watch it all fall apart. Now part of me is hoping that the Rover and I character from the this week's New X-Men issue is somehow linked to Juston, as it'd be a nice acknowledgement of this series, but I'm not holding my breath. Plus, in the end I have to say one of this book's more engaging elements was that it was essentially standing on its own, though I suspect its lack of connection to the Marvel Universe proper also cost it some potential fans. Sean McKeever has earned himself my admiration with his work on this series, and I'll be keep Read Full Review
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