peteparker's X-Men: Legacy #251 - Lost Legions, Part 2 review
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Last issue had two stories: Lost Legions and the story of the Red Chick who disappeared. While the Lost Legions story was good in this issue, the other story seemed to be a much more pressing one. So I was hoping we'd get some of that. Oh well. This story was a lot of fun. Legion's personalities have made for some entertaining enemies. This issue featured one who could multiply himself like Madrox only he does it Matrix Agent-style - by turning anyone he touches into one of his clones. An...1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
X-Men Legacy #251 continues the team's mission to find and capture Legion's escaped personalities. Battles with Chain, a mutant with the ability to replicate himself through physical contact, and Susan in Sunshine, a young girl who turns the emotions of others into raw energy, take up most of the issue but both are simply a set-up for the upcoming battle with Styx. Mike Carey's story doesn't feel great but at the end of the issue I felt satisfied. It's hard to explain but Carey seems to have a...0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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