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    X-23 #17

    X-23 continues to be one of the best-written comics Marvel puts out, with storylines that respect continuity without getting too bogged down in "events." It's a comic that can be easily picked up by the casual reader and enjoyed separately from the Marvel Universe as a whole, while still being very much a part of it.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Sara McDonald November 18, 2011
  2. 3Fear Itself #7.2: Thor Image

    Fear Itself #7.2: Thor

    The penultimate edition of the Fear Itself crossover covers the God of Thunder and the people who care about him most... more or less.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Jamil Scalese November 17, 2011
  3. 4.5Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E. #3 Image

    Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E. #3

    This is not the Frankenstein's monster from Shelley's beautiful horror title nor is it so tied to the Boris Karloff films from the '30s that you would be unable to enjoy it. Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E. is a whole different kind of monster!

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Nick Boisson November 17, 2011
  4. 3Magneto: Not a Hero #1 Image

    Magneto: Not a Hero #1

    Magneto: Not a Hero #1 isn't a bad comic. It's just not a particularly great one. It has a strong beginning and end, but the middle is a bit muddled and slowly paced.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Sara McDonald November 17, 2011
  5. 2.5X-Men Legacy #258 Image

    X-Men Legacy #258

    It's a convoluted and over-packed storyline that, at the end, feels a bit like too many threads to connect into a cohesive whole. It's difficult to follow at times, and while at its core it has the makings of what could've have been an enjoyable X-Men in Space adventure, it gets bogged down in the layers of escalating threat.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Sara McDonald November 17, 2011