The return of David Lopez on pencils raises this book back up to how strong it was in its debut. By using true-to-life depictions of people and places, he grounds the story in a realism that might make you forget you're reading an X-Men story. It's that trick of the mind that allows him to deliver a visually powerful climax that rocks the foundation of the story. Wood and Lopez are on fire with this X-Men story and I don't want to put them out. Read Full Review
It's a shame we're losing this great creative team after just one more issue. I can only hope Marvel recognizes the potential of this pairing and find another book worthy of them in its reshuffled Marvel NOW! Universe. In just a handful of issues Brian Wood and David Lpez made one of the lost and "lesser" X-Men titles a must read. Seeing Wood work inside the vast Marvel Universe is a little bit like getting to, if only temporarily, follow a white rabbit down a dark but delightful rabbit hole. With Lpez as his partner in crime, the visuals can live up to whatever Wood dreams up at the bottom of that rabbit hole. Read Full Review
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