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Once again, it's another week and another issue of Adjectiveless X-Men written by the wonderful Brian Wood and illustrated by the splendid David Lopez, though, this time Roland Boschi took the art duties, and although he doesn't quite match up to Lopez, he did an extremely good job.First couple of pages see the sample being passed about between dealers until it reaches some sort of cult...freaky much ?Following from Blank Generation, we're greeted by Scott telling Storm off for not letting him k...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
X-Men #34 ReviewOverview:Tracking down the last of the proto-mutant’s DNA leads the team to a ship full of crazy people.The Good:The story is definitely taking a turn for the slightly more espionage, which is great because that means ore Domino, who so far has received the least amount of attention. The story gets really interesting at the end and the implications of what could happen.***Spoiler Alert***Even though it won’t happen, probably, it would be really interesting if Psylocke gets inject...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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