X-Statix #3

Writer: Peter Milligan Artist: Michael Allred Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
8.0Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

The team has split and gone its separate ways, despite Guy Smith's honest effort to keep them together! After a shocking discovery, can Mister Sensitive enter the battle as a solo act?

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 15, 2002

    Over the years I've seen the team disbanding issue dozens of times, but as is often the case with this book, Peter Milligan puts his own unique spin on this well-worn idea, as not only does he have the group fall apart only a few issues into its run, but the reasons given for the various departures are nicely in keeping with this book. I mean what other title would have a member unable to be a member of one group as their are contractually bound by an agent who wants them as part of another group? There's also an interesting revelation in this issue as we see one member of the group is tempted to look behind the curtain and discover that the outlandish behavior that the X-Statix engage in is actually being directed by an outside force. Then of course there's the threat that is Arnie, the psychotic mutant teen, who gets a chance to show the world he's not the pushover they believed him to be. Read Full Review

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