REGENSIS In the aftermath of SCHISM, the X-Men are divided. Magneto has chosen to stay with Cyclops on Utopia. Gambit has chosen to follow Wolverine to Westchester. And now Rogue must decide who she is going to follow...
X-Men Legacys new direction, with its new setting at The Jean Grey School for Higher Learning, is off to a great start under the direction of Gage and Baldeon. Heres to hoping that this new creative team keeps X-Men Legacy on the right track. Somehow I think that they will. Read Full Review
Of course, if you've been reading Carey's run for any length of time, this is exactly the sort of story you'd expect, and perhaps his restraint should be applauded. Rather than throw himself a party (which, after such a long run, would be more than acceptable) he's opted to make it as easy a transition for the characters as possible. For a book subtitled "Legacy," it's appropriate that in the end, Carey's tenure has left an impressive one. Read Full Review
There are some good things in this issue -- the sense of humor and a commitment to these characters without shaking up the whole established team unnecessarily -- but on the whole the book fails to deliver the well-developed characters that we've become so accustomed to reading thanks to Mike Carey. Time will tell if Gage and Baldeon can find better, more honest notes to hit in future issues. Read Full Review
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