Writer: Rick Remender
Penciler: Salvador Larroca
Inker: Salvador Larroca
Colorist: Frank Martin
Letterer: Clayton Cowles
Release Date: September 25th, 2013
Oh man, time travel stories. I feel like Marvel is just so full of time anomalies right now with Spider-Man 2099 in our time, Angela battling the Guardians, the Apocalypse Twins in the past and the "Future X-Men" hanging out with the "Past X-Men" that it is sometimes hard to follow. With that said, it still bothers me a little when the middle of an issue that is otherwise good wastes tons of time playing recap with the story line. I am not saying that the writing is bad, it just isn't needed to be reminded of what happened in the previous issue or two.
With that complaint, there is a lot of good. We get a little more of the Apocalypse Twins' past, we see more Wonderman and Scarlet Witch love and lastly, we see how the twins are trying to get back at Kang. Other than that though, not a whole lot happened in the issue. It felt very heavily recappy instead of progressive. That doesn't mean I am not enjoying the book, I just am expecting more in the issues to come.