Maybe because of the lack of hype, or the lack of gigantic crossover event significance, I seem to forget how good "Young X-Men" is sometimes, but whenever I sit down to read an issue, I close the comic totally satisfied. "Young X-Men" #9 is straightforward mutant superheroics, done with a bit more artistry than you might expect, and now that the series has established itself, I think it will only get better. Read Full Review
To be fair, Marc Guggenheim isn't a bad writer most of the time, and I trust that he knows this sort of thing can only realistically be a very, very short-term status quo. But it does come off as sloppy writing to me, a silly quick fix to get his characters out of a sticky situation with very little regard to implications. One can only hope that the more over-the-top developments this issue only herald the swift exit of the book's largest sore spot. Read Full Review
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