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Excalibur #16 by Tini Howard
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it was amazing

"Is that accent fake?! It sounds fake."

Just want to throw something out there before I get into it. The "Corps" in "Captain Britain Corps" is pronounced "core" and not "corpse." It's the same with the Green Lantern Corps. Just so you all know. Got that? Ok. Let's continue...

See, this is Excalibur. You've got Brian and Meggan and their precocious daughter, Maggie. You've got Otherworld and the Captain Britain Corps. You've got a weird mystery that needs to be solved. This is Excalibur.

You also have mutants combining their powers to do something they otherwise wouldn't ordinarily be able to do. Clearly another use of the mutant technology that was explained/explored in S.W.O.R.D. #1. It's certainly encouraging to see that kind of synergy across the X-line. We also had a reference to Jamie Braddock gaining possession of Mr Sinister's cape, which happened over in Hellions, and as someone who's reading all of the X-books, I enjoy those little references. Also, Sinister supplying Jamie with a clone of Betsy can't possibly lead to anything but trouble.

Personally, this is right up my street. I'm enjoying the slow burn of many of the X-books right now. These writers are in for the long haul and they're clearly in no hurry to tell the stories they're going to be telling over the next few years. The art, by Marcus To, is as lovely as ever, and I particularly like that this book has such a consistently great artist drawing it.

All in all, this is my kind of comic, and I love it.
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Reading Progress

December 31, 2020 – Started Reading
December 31, 2020 – Shelved
December 31, 2020 – Finished Reading

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