Written by Zeb Wells
Art by Stephen Segovia
Colors by David Curiel
Letters by Cory Petit
The Rundown: The Hellions travel to a place from Alex’s nightmares and discover Sinister left something behind that could destroy them all.
The Hellions arrive to clear out a base left behind by Sinister beneath the orphanage Alex and Scott were raised in. After having a dust up with the local police, the team enter the building to destroy it. Unfortunately, the reanimated corpses of Sinister’s Marauders have been left behind and then the team releases them, they discover they’ve been led into a trap.
When the Marauders awaken and attack, the Hellions will discover who is pulling their strings and that person has a connection to Alex Summers. As the team is taken by surprise and not prepared for the battle they find themselves in, Psylocke is the only one standing, but she has another problem when a member of her team decides to take advantage of the situation.
The Story: This team continues to be a fascinating one. The dynamic between them is entertaining and Zeb Wells does an excellent job of pushing the limits with them individually and as a team. Psylocke is given some awesome moments and the volatility of these mutants make for not only some great drama, but some unexpected moments that keep the reader on his or her toes as the story progresses.
The Art: Stephen Segovia knocks it out of the park with the art. From the first panel with the Hellions strolling up to the police to the final shocking panel in the issue, Segovia makes every visual moment shine with detail.