I have to say I'm delighted by the prospect that it does look like he's managed to pull Nightcrawler out of Chuck Austen's grasp. Since I haven't picked up any issue of his X-treme X-Men, I'm not overly familiar with some of these characters, and I have to say I was a bit surprised to discover Rachel is still alive, but overall the line-up that Chris Claremont looks to have assembled looks promising, and he does get things off to an interesting start with the idea of the X-Men becoming a recognized police force who are called in to deal with mutant threats, which is a solid next step down the path that Grant Morrison set in motion when he had Xavier and the X-Academy exposed to the world as a mutant haven. However the real reason I was excited by this title when I first heard its creative team was that it features the art of Alan Davis, who turns in his regular solid style, though I have to say some of the new costume designs are a bit garish looking, and it'll take some time before I' Read Full Review
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