A fairly enjoyable done-in-one affair as this is basically a day in the life issue, but with the added reminder that the life of an member of X-Statix is far from being a typical life. So we have the rather unsettling scene where Tike is caught lurking about in Venus' bedroom, and the rather creepy little bit where we see Guy manages to find his way into the trailer of the movie starlet who is playing Edie in the X-Statix movie. We also get a nicely disturbed villain in the form of Sharon, who looks to have been driven insane from her injuries, and in true deranged super-villain mode she blames X-Statix for her injuries, but in an amusing bit she stumbles across the group's movie doubles. The book also continues to have fun with the idea that the X-Statix public face is very different from the one we get to see, as almost every action they take while out in the public is designed to draw attention their way, or to stir the pot, as the group's media presence is driven almost entirely by Read Full Review
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