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Something sinister is lurking on Utopia. Something invisible to the naked eye. Something that’s abducting mutants one by one. When an invisible threat walks amongst the X-Men, they turn to someone who doesn’t rely on sight to battle their unseen foe. But little do the X-Men know that what awaits them is more dangerous than they could ever have imagined…

Story by Mike Carey
Art by Harvey Tolibao, Sandu Florea
Colors by Brian Reber
Letters by VC - Cory Petit
Cover by Joy Ang

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  1. Really like this cover.
    This was pretty consistently my favorite X-Book until recently (Uncanny X-Force has taken the top spot) and Mike Carey continues to provide interesting X-Men stories that draw on continuity while remaining fresh and different. I hope his now long run will go on to be much, much longer.

  2. The only main X-book I read.

  3. His pencils are REALLY looking like Tom Raney’s…I thought it was Tom’s until I saw the credits.

  4. This was so dull I wanted to just take a nap within the first two pages.

  5. I feel like this and the previous 2 issues were just Carey stalling before Age Of X. While the previous 2 issues at least had some good character moments (especially with Hope), there doesn’t really seem to be anything going on here.

    A rare skippable X-Men Legacy issue.

  6. Hey, look: Cyclops kept his Frank Quitely shirts!

  7. I really liked this issue. It actually made me kind of care about this Age of X thing.

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