JackStamper member 5pts Well, this went into a different direction than I thought. Which isn't bad, but, as corny as it is, I'd kinda preferred the Hellfire-Kid to learn its lesson and help Idie. Especially after that flashback. The little bit about how long it takes to strangle her doesn't really save this.Also, why did Dr. Frankenstein have this realization? Was it learning he can try and denounce his name as much as he wants, the Monster still hunts him? If yes, it's not clearly explained...it seemed kinda sporadic.The rest of the issue seems a bit too easy at times, but...well, once the X-Men are free to move, nothing the circus could offer really posed any threat at all.Overall...a bit of a letdown as a conclusion, but still a decent story with good humor and bits of character development.