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    The X-Files: Season 10 #9

    The X-Files: Season 10 » The X-Files: Season 10 #9 - Chitter released by IDW Publishing on February 2014.

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    Chitter”

    A missing persons investigation leads Agents Mulder and Scully into a disgusting mess of human sacrifice, enough bugs to keep your skin crawling long after the issue is over, and The X-Files’ newest “Monster of the Month.” But what is “The Chittering God,” and why does it hunger for Dana Scully?

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    More (Eh) Scary Monsters 0

    For those who didn't watch the X-Files TV series, it had two major kinds of episodes: the conspiracy or mythology episodes, which were usually multi-episode arcs and carried the through-line of the plot; and the scary monster episodes, which are pretty self-explanatory: stand-alone episodes with scary monsters. And they were--at least to me, ten or twenty years ago--pretty scary sometimes. They did a good job of making short, effective experiences of suspense and horror.X-Files Season 10, the of...

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    Stand alone issue 0

    This is a stand alone issue, which I believe are good to have once in awhile as a break from the conspiracy storylines. There isn't anything special at all about the story, but art and atmosphere are very good, as they have been since the series started. But most importantly, we get more Mulder and Scully which is enough. Remember, if every single issue had life altering events going on, eventually things would get out of hand! I've seen it happen to many Tv shows and comics....

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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