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Quote1 It's an amazing thing about these Da'atha class stations. The entire gravity array can be floated free in an emergency. And it's worth about seven hundred million credits. That's amazing, too. It's just like my sainted mother always used to say... If at first you don't succeed...change the rules. Quote2
-- Sovel Redhand

Appearing in "Five Miles South of the Universe" Part Four

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  • Gul Damar Stationagers
    • Anathema Vault
    • Dockyard
    • K'ythri's Highway
    • Gravity array

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'FIVE MILES SOUTH OF THE UNIVERSE' Surrounded by an alien army who would see him dead, and trapped on a space station that's falling into a collapsing star, Havok's reunion with his fellow X-Men may be a short-lived one. With time running out, what sacrifice will one X-Man make to save the lives of their teammates?

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As good as I expected. Which was alright.

X-Men Legacy Vol 1 257

I can't recall if I said this before or not, but I may not be on here as much in the future. It'll probably every other week, or every two weeks that I even do these comic blog review. Hope someone reads them. :P

Anyways, X-Men: Legacy #257. We start with an awesome cover of Havok just generally being all cool. Unfortunately, the actual art inside isn't as good as the cover art. Different artist clearly, and terribly misleading..

So Havok questions Magneto being an X-Man, and Rachel can't read him because he has his helmet on. This confuses me. Perhaps there wasn't enough time, but what reason would Magneto have for not taking off his helmet? He did wayy back in Uncanny X-Men #516, when he first came to Utopia, giving the others reason to trust him. Does the fact that he didn't now mean a) he has helmet hair, b) there just wasn't time for it, or c) he has plans.. I guess we'll see, though it's probably just b. At least Polaris trusts him.

So..Polaris. She always confuses me... So, if I'm correct, her real dad is not Magneto. If I'm correct, her only mutant power was to have green hair, as she was later basically given her magnetic powers. If I'm correct, she was depowered on M-Day, but still had green hair. If I'm correct, she was given back 'new' and 'different' powers by Apocalypse afterwards. If I'm correct, she's pretty crazy. Yeah, I don't care much for her anymore.. The fact that she trusts Magneto would not affect me as I do not see her as a reliable enough source to trust him.

Anyways, this Jat guy was kinda cool, but he made me think of Cypher a bit...and Professor X. The villains now kind of annoy me. I guess that's the one bad side of Mike Carey, that he always prefers to create his own villains. Sometimes, however, those new villains suck.

The rest of the story really wasn't all that much. Sovel is bad again, yeah whatever. I'd have to give it a 3.5 out of 5. There just wasn't a whole lot going on..

--Johnnybravo44 (talk) 01:14, October 20, 2011 (UTC)
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