Marvel pulls out all the nostalgic stops as the X-Force shows up to help out their fellow X-Team.  The more extreme team arrives to take on Cassandra Nova and her mind bending attacks.  In this issue we finally get a better impression of Nova’s sinister plan for the domain of Westchester, and Battleworld at large.  Chris Sims and Chad Bowers continue to tell a really interesting story in this series that seems to be as much a commentary on censorship in comics as it is a fun and nostalgic run down memory lane.  Scott Koblish’s art is still great and fits perfectly with the setting of the story being told.  This has been one of the more fun series in the event.  With just one issue left in this mini-series, I’m curious to see how it ends.

The Verdict for X-Men ’92 #3:
4/5 – I can dig it.

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Until next time,
Stay nerdy, my friends.

Upcoming reviews:
Hail Hydra #2 (Secret Wars Tie-In)
Thors #3 (Secret Wars Tie-In)
The Wicked + The Divine, Volume 1: The Faust Act


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