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??????? WoW !!!!!! 0

Cloak and Dagger 1-Shot If you have been tracking the mutant population as I have this is a very important issue.   This is a good story about the relation ship between the duo, and the way that the deal with being apart from each other, especially when that distance is emotional as well as physical. This is a well written story that involves a great deal of character development for the two of them and also answers some previous Marvel mysteries all at once.   Cloak has been porting back and fo...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Did this one-shot Cloak and Dagger break in the review? 0

In this one-shot issue of Cloak and Dagger, Dagger is on Utopia island with the x-men training. She starts to miss Cloak and calls but he doesn't answer. So typical. Cloak teleports to South Boston to see his girlfriend Tia. Cloak and Dagger are not allowed to interact with their powers. Cloak is held captive by a special force team to try and wipe away any memory of him having super powers. Then Dagger saves him along with the help of the x-men. Tia turned out to be able to teleport, which is h...

11 out of 11 found this review helpful.

Clock and Dagger One Shot #1 0

I must confess...I've lost touch with  these characters over  the year through their many pop ups throughout the Marvel Universe. So feel free to fill me in on how this story reads to those who have followed their more recent adventures. But every since their first issue I've always found them a fascinating well of untapped potential. If I could pick two lesser known characters in the Marvel U. to tinker around with it would be these two.  That being said I'm so glad to see them in this one shot...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Leaving the X-men 0

View Summary and scans hereThe GoodCover- Absolutely breathtaking cover art by Mark BrooksStory- Very simple and to the point, the issue serves to remove Cloak and Dagger from the X-men and finally answer the question of whether or not they are mutants. Stuart Moor handles this in a very quick and decisive manner within the very first few pages but also adds layers to what would otherwise be a cut and dry answer. Both Cloak and Dagger want different things, it’s always been a trademark of these ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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