Didn't see one, so what the hell.
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Armor punks Fin Fang Foom while the X-Men look on and worry about her state of mind
The X-Men head off to Monster Island.
Emma can't do jack to Mentalo with her psychic mojo.
Mentalo sends a welcoming committee to take out the x-jet.
Armor shields up and projects the X-Jet from a full-blown crash against a mountain-sized monster.
Cyke is hurt and Armor is knocked out during the crash. Due to the feedback from Mentalo's enhancing device, Emma must remain in diamond form.
The X-Men talk some more about the brat. Cyke has a one-on-one talk with Logan during which he worries about Armor being suicidal.
Elsewhere, the exchange between Mentalo's courrier and Brewer takes place. Mentalo basically laughs out loud at Brewer's plan to bring in the X-Men.
Back on Monster Island, Wolvie and Emma trek through the jungle. Unsurprisingly, Emma asks about their one-on-one talk and Wolvie opts for being uninformative.
Wolvie and Emma end up running away from the first monster they encounter (LOL) and walk straight into an ambush set up by Mentalo.
Overall, folks who aren't Armor don't get to do much but stand around, talk, worry or run away from monsters. The issue did set up a showdown and I can only assume Armor will wake up, size up and carry Cyke around in her palm or something.
Narrative-wise, the issue moves along rather nicely and the overall dialogue is adequate.
Art-wise, I'd to say I prefer Bradshaw's pencils to what we got in the previous two issues. For some reason, Bradshaw *really* enjoys drawing a bloodied Cyclops, lol.
Character-wise, it was an odd if somewhat predictable read. Despite Armor doing all the ass-kicking, this somehow became about Wolverine being the heart and soul of the team and Cyclops angsting over some kid trying to pull a sacrifice a la Jean. I kid you not. Seriously, the armored brat gets like four lines. Cyke and Emma are mostly there for voicing out loud the narrative and being foils to Wolvie's wisdom and sensitivity (LOL), but they sound like themselves and their dialogue is solid. Could've been worse. On the bright side, Wolvie is once again amusingly and utterly useless in the field, so Way *does* make an effort to balance out the Wolverine worship.
Okay issue. Arguably a bit of a step up due to less of Mentalo's side of the plot, lol.
6.5/10 sounds about fair.