Reeling from the secrets that Kate Pryde has kept, the X-Men lead a prison break from the last mutant internment camp. The X-Men clash with friends and enemies alike...and their true purpose is revealed at last!
Years of Future Past has been one of the most consistent mini's to come out of this event. Marguerite Bennett brings consistent writing to the table along with steady character work. The art has been very good and quite underrated as well. This is one of the books flying under the radar, and it really shouldn't be. Read Full Review
I'll probably stick through "Years of Future Past" to the conclusion, in part to see if the remaining portion makes Cameron's actions feel a bit more natural. For the moment, though, it's a little frustrating. I'd enjoyed the series a lot more up until that point and, while there's still time for a recovery, it does feel like a big stumbling block to get past. Read Full Review
FINALLY!!!!!!! It's getting good! Everyone's true colors are seen in this issue. Christina finally shows she has a back bone and Cameron uggggh lets just say teenage drama is controlling him at the moment. The art still has that 80's flair so great job for Norton and Plascencia. I hope everyone keeps it up.