Alan Davis' presence on this title is a godsend as if nothing else the material looks downright amazing, and I will give Chris Claremont full marks for coming up with plot scenarios that make good use of Alan Davis' talents. There are some amazing visual moments in this issue, as the Savage Land rebels do battle with the invading Saurians, and the panels where characters like X-23 enter the fray are also worth a mention, as Alan Davis compellingly captures the feral nature of the character. The art also does some solid work on the little details like Psylocke's chilling expression as she removes the mental block on Bishop's powers, or the impact of the scene where Ka-Zar completely ignores the plight of his trusted ally. I also loved the shot of the dinosaur stampede as they race away from the carpet-bombing campaign, and the last page of the issue does a pretty nice job of selling the big threat that the X-Men must work to prevent. The cover image is also pretty darn impressive, a Read Full Review
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