Uncanny X-Men #452

Writer: Chris Claremont Artist: Andy Park Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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While on assignment to track down missing teammate Sage, the X-Men discover more than they bargained for--the birth of a newer and deadlier Hellfire Club.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 12, 2004

    It is a little disappointing that Alan Davis isn't a more regular presence on the title, but Andy Park turns in a pretty impressive effort, as he has a pretty good eye when it comes to delivery of the action, and he tells the story in a clear enough manner. Now his character do look a little too familiar, as if not for the different hairstyles & dresses one would be hard pressed to tell the difference between the two White Queens, but than again this is an argument that could be made about many of today's artists. In any event as I mentioned before the action holds up quite nicely, as the battle on the Astral Plane between Rachel and Emma was a decidedly surreal display, as the two women trade a variety of unusual attacks. The final page betrayal was also well done, as how can one not be anticipating the next issue after getting a look at that final page. Read Full Review

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