Storm continues to be that title everyone underestimates in quality. Read it for Storm, for another member of the X-Men who shows some individuality, or just because you like this creative team, but at the end of the day you read Storm for the fact that it is character driven and takes risks. Read Full Review
The first notable thing about this issue is man, what an incredible cover from Stephanie Hans. Immediately upon turning the page one is hit by colourful vibrant images aided from the undeniably beautiful and captivating artwork from Ibanez - it is great to see that he is back. I also love how they really made an effort to make Storm appear human and like everyone else in this issue; it was wonderful to see her just doing ordinary things. However the contrast between Ibanez's and Barrionuevo and Edwards' artwork is far too sharp. I am also disappointed at the villain (or supposed villain) in this issue, Kenji. It disappoints me that we've never actually had a villain that I believe is a good enough villain for Storm. Kenji is just a boy who has lost his way. However there are some great panels in this issue. An entertaining read.