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"Innocence Lost," part 1 of 6. Spinning out of NYX, Billy Tan and the character's creator Craig Kyle kick off a new series starring X-23. Now it can be told. The full story behind the origin of X-23 -- who she is, where she came from, and the exact nature of her relationship to Wolverine. You think you know, but you have no idea.


The covert Weapon X project created her to be the ultimate killing machine. Armed with an accelerated healing factor and razor-sharp claws, X-23 is an unstoppable assassin. Her mind molded to kill on command, she seems to be a stunning success for the Weapon X scientists. But her genetics hold a dark secret - for within her DNA, there lies a link to the X-Men's Wolverine. Will this mysterious connection to the famed mutant hero prove enough to unshackle X-23 from her blood-soaked origins?



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This chapter of Innocence Lost shows the circumstances that led to the birth of X-23. It is an important chapter in X-23 story, with Laura’s mother telling the story through a letter that will bind the series together. It touches on a little bit of Wolverine’s past and how X-23 was cloned from him by an off shoot of the original Weapon X program. The art is pretty good, as is the dialoged, and the characterization of the people who were responsible for the creation of X-23. If you don’t know muc...

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