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First off, i want to say a BIG thank you to Brian Wood and David Lopez for everything that they have accomplished in this issue, I'm not even stretching it, the men have done a fantastic job with picking the majority of things up where Gischler left off. X-Fans, as said in the title of the review, this is the book you NEED to get !So, the issue starts off with a flashback of some big-shot walking towards a black-plague grave site while on the phone to one of his colleagues, this colleague then t...2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
X-Men #30 ReviewOverview:Storm is training Pixie for something and a monster attacks a city. There is a whole new creative team as well.The Good:This is not an AvX tie in and that is really awesome that a reader can still get some X-Men that aren’t going crazy. The best part of this issue is that Storm is going behind Scott’s back to do things here. It shows that not everyone on Utopia is drinking Scott’s Us-Against-The-World Kool-Aid and it is refreshing because especially during AvX, it is get...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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