Okay, I get it. Agents of Atlas can’t make the grade sales-wise so there need to be team-ups–Parker’s the best writer Marvel has working on their mainstream stuff right now (sorry, Ed, but I can’t forgive some of the Daredevil and X-Men lows)–someone realizes it and doesn’t want him to jump ship to DC, who wouldn’t appreciate him, but he more jibes with their stuff anyway.
This issue reveals the whole series just to be an Atlas comic. It’s got nothing to do with X-Men other than as a McGuffin. I mean, whatever, I get it… but still, it’s shameful Atlas can’t get a solid reading audience.
What am I saying? I should be grateful for any good comic books at all, given the depths of idiocy pop culture has descended to in the last fifteen years.
Oh, yeah. Great comic book.
The X-Heist, Part 2; writer, Jeff Parker; pencillers, Carlo Pagulayan, Gabriel Hardman, Chris Samnee and Carlos Rodriguez; inkers, Jason Paz, Hardman, Samnee and Terry Pallot; colorists, Will Quintana and Veronica Gandini. Godmarked; writer, Parker; artist, Hardman; colorist, Quintana. Letterer, Joe Caramagna; editors, Michael Horwitz, Nathan Cosby and Mark Paniccia; publisher, Marvel Comics.