This is the first Mike Carey penned issue I've enjoyed in a while. The conversations were natural (and not just exposition) and there was clear resolution to the story arc. That's the good. The bad includes the generally unnoticeable difference in the real world vs dreamscape art of Eaton and Land. The ugly cover doesn't help matters either. Also, is this series really going to be about Professor X filling in the blanks of his life? Is so, I don't know that I care. If not, where is this book going?