marvel.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Storm Issue #7 Review: Spoilers Ahead… New to Storm? Catch up on the previous issues here! Storm #1 Storm #2 Storm #3 and #4 Storm #5 and #6 When we last left Storm, she had saved an airplane from both an attack by an arms company, Eaglestar, and from crashing. Yet issue seven opens with Storm strapped to an interrogation table—she’s been placed under arrest. Want to brush up on your comic book history? Click here for articles and blog posts! Storm communicates telepathically with her teammates, giving them the true details of the incident, before she decides to escape, go rogue, and seek out the enemy herself. We learn that besides having ties to Yukio and the Four Clans, Eaglestar’s CEO Dan Harmon had been pronounced dead, yet somehow came back to life (or so the story goes). Now, Storm’s got the FBI on her as well as the arms company. Check out our podcasts to learn more!Unfortunately, this last issue was not strong. Government against mutant storyline aside, the way this issue played out seemed textbook, almost like a basic spy-hero-action type of story. It’s a change in the presentation of Ororo’s mission, which could have been refreshing, but is instead common to the genre, unlike our hero. Issue #7 is a lull in what is otherwise an interesting, captivating series with a dynamic superheroine. For more from Gabriella, click here! For more articles, including weekly video reviews, click here! Don’t forget to subscribe to stay up to date on all ComicsVerse news! Related: Have the X-Men gone too far with new mutants? Find out! Check out our giant-sized podcast about Giant-Sized X-Men! Have you read the Rise and Fall of the Shi’ar? Listen to the podcast here! Listen to our podcast featuring the X-Men in one of Storm’s classic appearances! Watch our interview with Greg Pak!