Legacy remains as rewarding a read for seasoned X-men readers as it ever was. And even if newer readers might not always appreciate the continuity-heavy approach, there's some top-notch storytelling at work here. Read Full Review
Speaking of the Southern belle, Gage (through Rogue) laments the absence of Nightcrawler and I completely agree. Gage's current roster of characters make this book fun and adventurous, but if Kurt Wagner were bamfing through the panels, it would be a much more enjoyable experience. "X-Men Legacy" has done a good job of showing what the teachers of the Jean Grey School do after, before, or even during class. Taken as a buddy title to "Wolverine & the X-Men," this book offers more action for the members of the faculty not named Wolverine or Kitty Pryde. Taken by itself, this is a wonderful retroaction X-Men title that doesn't kowtow to telling tales for trades or decompressing the story and this issue is grand example of what to expect from "X-Men Legacy." Read Full Review
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