Young X-Men is slowly but surely becoming a worthy successor to New X-Men. It traded the chaotic, overstuffed cast for a more streamlined one and a better initiative. And while some favorites may still be missing (paging Mercury, Hellion, and Surge, please report to this book now) the book is gradually finding its rhythm. Read Full Review
If you're looking for old-fashioned mutant drama without a whole lot of continuity nonsense, this might be the X-title for you. It doesn't explain a whole lot, but things move forward in a straightforward manner from point A to point B. There's not much depth here, but if all you want is a perfectly fine comic about a bunch of young mutants having ancillary adventures, you can't go wrong with "Young X-Men." Read Full Review
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