Cyclops, Xorn, and Beast set out to neutralize the flaming Glob Herman before he demolishes a busload of human children! Plus, a funeral for a mutant and the fate of Quentin Quire, aka Kid Omega, is revealed.
A great character study for the White Queen as Grant Morrison is quickly making her into one of my favorites. From the casual way that she gets over her guilt, to the decidedly sinister way that she turns her attention to her latest project, Grant Morrison has really developed Emma Frost into a character who I can't help but find fascinating. In fact my only real concern with what he does with the character in this issue occurs in the final pages, as it is rather difficult to believe she'll be staying with the team much longer. As for the rest of the issue, I must admit that aside from a fairly energetic opening action sequence, Grant Morrison didn't really offer up much. I'm disappointed to see the debate that Quentin's actions started has effectively been dropped, and that everything is quickly restored to the status quo, with Xavier coming across as almost dismissive of the idea that a section of his student body displayed such a violent objection to his ideas. Read Full Review