Uncanny X-Men #460

Writer: Chris Claremont Artist: Tom Raney Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: June 1, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1
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The Uncanny X-Men just can't get a break. As the team tries to relax and deal with the return of their once-dead teammate Psylocke, guess who crashes their party?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 14, 2005

    Tom Raney is a solid artist, and while there are moments where I find his characters look a little too staged, and his range of facial expressions could use a little more variety, I'm always impressed by the level of detail that he brings to the page. This issue also has itself some cute background visuals, as I rather enjoyed the face that X-23 is shown to be duplicating the movements of Psylocke, as this acts as a cute visual cue that the character has decided that Betsy is the new target of her rather obsessive nature to latch on to a person that she considers worthy of emulation. The art also nicely opens up the grounds of the school as there's a great looking reveal shot of Storm's home, and there's also a nice little Danger Room sequence where Psylocke battles Sabretooth in an alien environment. The final page shot effectively carries us into the next issue, as this character looks as sinister as ever. Read Full Review

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