Henry, who has struggled with tone to some extent with previous fill-in issues in this arc, does a better job of capturing the arrogant Shiar and the dark, spooky space opera mood that Billy Tan depicts so well in his issues. His DKen this issue is the embodiment of the original Cockrum design, and his battle scenes are bloody and dramatic. Whether this space adventure is to ones taste or not, Brubaker is offering what he promised every month in this tale rich in new combinations of old ideas. Read Full Review
Uncanny X-Men #483 was an average issue. Brubaker constructs a technically sound issue and Tan provides for some above average artwork. If you enjoy the Shi'ar and the Phoenix then you will certainly enjoy this story arc. Uncanny X-Men is certainly better than it was before Brubaker took control of the writing duties. However, it still has a way to go before I consider it an excellent read. Read Full Review
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