The other component of this book deals with a bit of plot movement, as we begin pulling the curtain away from the unknown personality that has recently been lurking in David's mind. Is it Charles Xavier? We still don't really know for sure, and the lovely ambiguity of the writing and Tan Eng Huat's artwork allows for the brilliant depiction of this mystery.
X-Men Legacy seems to have slowed down considerably as of late, and, as evidenced from the last issue, it can get a bit tedious. This issue, however, is an exemplar for how taking it slow can really allow for some very subtle and delicate story lines that actually allow for some very deep characterization. David Haller makes for a nice foil to the X-Men, giving a new perspective on the mutant cause and how change can happen.