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The group finds a new survivor, but can he be trusted?
Two-dimensional beings are killing three-dimension beings. It's a recap and review of the episode!
Another archer is in Starling City and assassinating people. Could this marksman be connected to the last episode's cliffhanger?
I missed the Arrested Development reference. Can someone perhaps point it out to me?
Highlight of the ish;
Heheh, I'd like to see how he'll get out of it and what he'll do next.
The X-Men anime version was without a doubt the better representation of the character. In fact, they even nailed his personality and showed some o' that animal in him (the scene in the 11th ep of the X-Men anime where he completely lost was my all time fave part). I felt the one in his own show then was more like the movie version. Heck, he even resembled Hugh Jackson, complete with those whacked sideburns!
Oho, this series ends on a cliffhanger even bigger than the previous one. <3 I have to agree though, I am also drawn to this over Berserker-Wolverine~ I'm enjoying the way the series is giving mass attention to Kid Omega too. I feel it's a nice touch. (:
Can't be unseen...
Loved the heated exchanges between Logan and Fantomex. They were nearly fit to tear into each other!
@spiderbat87: Be it as it may, that's what he did. And Killgore's reaction to the news was hilarious, but what he does at the end of the book is a surprising twist.
@One_Eye: He must do. xD
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