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3.33 stars 3.33/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews

Really, Really Good. 0

I went to the comic shop for the first time the other day (I've been ordering trades online), saw this issue and decided to pick it up. The only Batman stuff that I have read before this was the War Games story arc, so I was a little nervous about not being caught up on everything going on in the Bat-world. Luckily, this issue explains enough of the back-story that it makes sense to a new reader like me. It was very well-written and showed a good amount of character depth such as Stephanie's "ad...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Not Good at All 0

I have to say that I love the Twilight books. My sister, who hates reading, was actually reading them, so I figured they must be worth it. They totally were! I finished all four books within 1 week and think that they are very well-written. My issue lies with the movies, Robert's acting is sub-par at best and Kristen Stewart is perpetually stoned and won't stop biting her lip. IMO, it is the movies that turned Twilight into such a hated thing. I read the graphic novel during one of my breaks at ...

12 out of 14 found this review helpful.

Absolutely Amazing 0

As a huge fan of X-23, I am biased in the favor of this issue from the get-go, but that isn't to say that other people won't love it, too. One thing that X-Force really has working for it is the fact that it is written by the team (Craig Kyle and Christopher Yost) that created X-23 and who have had a hand in almost every book that involves her. What makes it even better is the absolutely amazing art by the always-fantastic team of Mike Choi and his fiancee Sonia Oback, who are great alone, but m...

10 out of 11 found this review helpful.