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X-23: Deadly Regenesis #3 (of 5)

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KIMURA once commanded X-23 for the Facility, and she’s back to pull the strings once again. But what is her master plan, and how far will X-23 go to save the innocent people caught in her nemesis’ scheme? Plus, a face-off with X-23’s new adversary, and a shocking twist!

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23 pages
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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 85

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    X-23 Deadly Regenesis #3 delves into Laura’s history, exploring previously unrevealed events from writer Marjorie Liu’s series a dozen years ago. It reveals the perils of substance abuse and questions definitions of heroism. While Laura doesn’t carry out any missions, or go a second round with Haymaker, richly detailed scenes and dramatic situations suggest that Kimura will deploy her living weapon soon.

  • 65

    Multiversity Comics

    Erica Schultz delivers her best James Bond villain vibes in this issue with Kimura having captured Laura in the previous issue and now gives her a handcuffed tour around her new facility and gives a glimpse into her evil plan.


    Edgar Salazar’s artwork delivers on being clean, crisp, and detailed. Since Schultz continues pushing on the emotions in this issue, Salazar draws them to perfection.

  • 40

    This is a pretty slow issue, but if you’re a fan of X-23 and familiar with her history, then seeing her in a verbal fight with her puppet master Kimura should be fun for you. The art is detailed, crisp, and clean, so it’s easy on the eyes. But the overall story drags, unfortunately. Hopefully, next issue will be more eventful since X-23 will be serving Kimura again.

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