I disliked the use of the Marvel UK last time around, and that's shuffled to the backburner here. I also noted that issue #1 reeked of Claremont's hallmarks, and happily they're kept to a minimum for this installment. There are still a couple telltale signs (like the patented "You're good... I'm better!" line), but it's toned down enough to be less noticeable. The art as as unnoteworthy as it was before, but again it doesn't inhibit the progression of the story. I'm hasty to be overly excited about the rest of the series because the end of this issue does tease the return of the Marvel UK lunacy next issue, but if some semblance of this character dynamic makes its way into New Exiles, I'm there. Read Full Review
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