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With this issue ends the seemingly pointless Jubilee arc. I only say seemingly because with comics you never know when something you thought was poinltess turns out to be key to a future storyline; sometimes it's been planned all along and sometimes it's a nifty bit of retcon. Either way, I just didn't really see the point of this arc unless it was to decide the fate of Jubilee so that she wouldn't become another mutant lost in the crowd. It just continues to showcase that X-Men in its current f...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
And now true believers, it is the final part in Gischlers 'Open Contract' arc for Jubilee and the Security Recon Team, a lot happened in this issue but I'll go into detail with later on, first ? Let's get a low down on the main bits and bobs. So, following from #26's mishap, Psylocke and Storm excluding a severely injured Raizo are down, while Jubilee faces off against a very intriguing new character, Lord Deathstrike. Meanwhile, the rest of the Security Team and The Forgiven finish up with thei...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Originally posted on my blog, The Comics Cove, not too long ago...This is a pretty decent cover, though whether it works or not depends on how central you think Jubilee is to the team and the comic. While Psylocke, Storm, Colossus and Domino all look pretty badass as they square off with Lord Deathstrike and his mercs, her absence is telling, given that the story has basically centered around her and her struggles with vampirism. You could also say it's symbolic, given the ending of the issue, t...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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