The art really captures the humour of the issue, as how can one not love the second half of the battle between Tony Stark and Guy Smith, as they lay into each other with devesting attacks like a finger poke, or a handful of grass clippings. In fact it's the art that makes this sequence so effective, as it does a near prefect job of conveying the inherent silliness of the attacks, but it also manages to play it pretty seriously when it comes to its pained expressions. I also have to say I loved the cover image to this issue as it manages to add an element of comedy while it advertises the big battle we get inside. Read Full Review
Its debatable what the point is of reviewing the penultimate issue of a series, as a favourable review is hardly going to change matters (unless a hundred thousand people buy this issue, I suppose), but I suppose that if nothing else, its worth mentioning that X-Statix is going out on a high note, not humbled and broken by the fact that the legions of whinging Cable fans have won. Read Full Review
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