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Before, Louise Simonson's style was only an annoyance to be dealt with. The stories she pens are just fine, but it's the inner monologues that have chapped my hide in this and past issues. Let's add to her repertoire: using little kids to catch the reader up on the goings-on. These kids go into incredible detail with each other, more-so than regular school mates would. It is an artistic device to use a non-sequitur to introduce the story. The Simpsons do it all the time. The problem here is that...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
A dragging,slow and repetetitive narrative, only eclipsed by the innefective, unsurprising, boring and desproportional "art style" or Rob Liefeld, if you ask to me if this sums it up the quality of this issue, I would be forced to say yes, unfortunately, in order to see the whole X-tinction Agenda arc story you must face this dead issue, since there are some important events taking place here that will impact in the following issues to come - it´s difficult to me to point out what bugged me the ...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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