• Continuing his mission to proactively pave the way for the reignited mutant race, Legion travels to the United Kingdom to preemptively extinguish a threat to his people…

• …but the head of Britain’s paranormal intelligence agency, PETE WISDOM, won’t stand for Legion committing any crimes in the name of mutantkind on his turf!

• So in this game of superhuman spy vs. spy, who will ultimately get the upper hand? I’ll tell you one thing: someone is certainly going to be a CASUALTY in this faceoff!

Story by Simon Spurrier
Art by Tan Eng Huat & Craig Yeung
Colors by Jose Villarrubia
Letters by Cory Petit
Cover by Mike Del Mundo

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  1. I never know what to expect coming into this, yet I’m always satisfied. All I know is that in a few months David will be paying a visit to good ol Scott Summers and I might as well be caught up when it happens. This title is like a tasty desert to the other X books and has lots going on. Wish it got more love.

    • Right on! This was an awesome little two-parter, and I loved how David is using his powers to explore some of the more practical ways mutants could have an impact on the world. The main X-titles give lip service to this kind of thing from time to time, but always seem to end up in situations where punching people is apparently the only way to promote Xavier’s dream.

      Don’t get me wrong, I like those books too, but I’m super-happy to have a book that explore an alternative (more mature?) approach.

    • I agree. And because of what David has done in past issues all the suspense and misdirection works great. David could blow up a country or feed a village and either would feel natural. Spurrier has done an excellent job with him.

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