- "While technically it would not be a clone at that point, it would be for all intents and purposes, a genetic twin. The mutant DNA would still be active, and the abilities you're looking for would still manifest as in the original."
- ―Sarah Kinney
|Cover date:||April, 2006|
|Writers:||Craig Kyle; Christopher Yost|
|Cover artists:||Billy Tan|
|Cover colorist:||Justin Ponsor|
|Letterers:||Chris Eliopoulos; Cory Petit; Virtual Calligraphy|
|Assistant editors:||Michael Short|
|Group editor:||Jeff Youngquist|
|Next:||X-23: Target X|
X-23: Innocence Lost is a comic book trade paperback that reprints issues #1-6 of the X-23 limited series published by Marvel Comics. The stories were written by Craig Kyle and Christopher Yost with artwork by Billy Tan, inks by Jon Sibal and coloring by Brian Haberlin. This volume shipped in April, 2006 and carries a cover price of $15.99 per copy (US).
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This volume is ISBN 0-7851-1502-1.
- Total page count: 144 pages.
- Issues from this volume are also reprinted in the X-23: The Complete Collection, Volume 1 trade paperback, and the NYX/X-23 hardcover collection.
- The original issues were published under the "Marvel Next" imprint.