Still, it's not off to a bad start. Surprisingly, this isn't just a project for the Claremont diehards. And it holds the dubious honor of being the most competent "next generation" X-Men titles on the stands right now, Young X-Men being what it is. A perfectly decent debut issue. Read Full Review
I can definitely see this turning out to be a fairly entertaining little series, as long as you're the kind of person the book is aimed at. The quality is such that if the level is maintained, I can see these characters being popular enough to warrant guest-starring in "New Exiles" before long, so anyone reading that title might want to take a look. Ultimately, the book's biggest flaw is its central premise. If the idea of Chris Claremont writing a five issue "What If: X-Men" series makes you think it's worth buying, then this is exactly what you want. If not, it's unlikely to win you over. Read Full Review
Overall, GeNext is off to a good start. There is nothing in this debut issue that is particularly mind-blowing or even original, but options are fairly limited when introducing brand new characters like this. Everything is solid and entertaining enough, but I expect something more substantial next issue. Read Full Review
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