X-23 v3 issue 10 hit comic stands yesterday.
After reading the issue myself, I'm left speechless. This issue redefines not just good x-23 comics yet again, but good comics outright. Marjorie Liu has truly hit her stride and just keeps outdoing herself with each successive issue. The art team itself has varied wildly with the conveyance, but all with an underlying purpose to the switching around.
This issue starts the Jubilee arc, and is shaping up to be the best comic arc I've ever read. Just everything in this issue is wow. I'm not sure where I want to start, or how much I even want to spoil, but if you're an X-23 fan I highly recommend picking this issue and story arc up. If you missed out on the Collision story arc (which does play a huge factor to this issue), a TPB of that will be hitting book stores soon. I hope they move forward with doing that to the entire run though. From the oneshot to this issue and more, it's intertwined beautifully from the artwork to the story, all having their place, and meanings. This is a comic steeped deep in psychology and perceptions. This issue especially dives into the triggers for backsliding (the kids she killed at the end of collision plus the hit list) into old habits and X-23's fluctuating perception of herself.
It ends on a shocking note that may have fans bickering back and forth for awhile. Personally I think it ends on a note that just screams potential.
I don't know how to explain that without ruining the scene itself.