I'm not sure why the review is surprised that the book which is a nostalgia fest is not offering anything new and revolutionary.
I approve of the limited Wolverine. He's in too many books already, and has been diluted to meaninglessness. Cyclops is the more compelling character now anyway.
Wade von Grawbadger has the best name ever. I want to marry him to get that surname.
That's right! Al Gore invented the internet, let's all go kick his ass!
I got your inconvenient truth right here, motherf*&¨%!
It’s clear Bendis is writing this book with the intention of breaking down two points of view that will go to equal extremes to make things right. This is something that should be commended considering most comics are intended to be enjoyable snacks and nothing more.
I loved the PostScript that this is “most drastically insane X-Men story..ever.” Bit much no? I'm not sure it's that drastic, at least not yet. I reviewed the issue with pictures here if anyone cares to peruse my thoughts on Beast ideology versus Cyclops ideology.
By snack I mean short or action heavy books with not a lot of thinking necessary which you must agree is all over the place in comics. Justice League, a plethora of Marvel comics (A+X comes to mind).
Just wanted to say that I loved this issue (and I was a x-men hater in the 90s) and feel that this has been the best Marvel Now ussue so far, im on board for now.