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    Reviews - Uncanny X-Men - #19

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Perfect partner to AvX #12 - SuperSaiyanBerserker
Personally I feel this issue is a necessary read for those keeping up with AvX. This issue really gives a full picture of the impact of AvX, at least on the X-men side. This issue is definitely a better read than the event finale, mainly because of its ability to maintain focus on Scott, not the Avengers and X-men. Scott's inner dialogue throughout the majority of the issue is interesting and driven, giving the reader a deeper look into the mind of the Dark Phoenix. The inner narrative is definitely the meat of the issue and most entertaining aspect. I would highly recommend this above AvX #12 but it is essential to read both if you're interested in the conflict. I am also excited to see how this issue leads into the final Gillen "Uncanny" issues.

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