djotaku's X-Men #22 review

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This is a very action oriented issue and that's a lot of fun for this type of story. It would really get boring with too much exposition. I'm not really a fan of the art on this issue, especially when it comes the faces. Some of them just look odd. I do love Jubiliee being useful for once. I feel that she's always been a lame character (although my only experience with her has been in the 1994 cartoon) so it's great that her vamp self is more aggressive and powerful. The dialog isn't awesome, but it's a fun read and a guilty pleasure.

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