Why is Storm acting like she's in charge?
He's always struck me as someone who favors mutants over humans because they're "his" people, not because he believes them to be an elite/superior species.
This was a fun issue!
It turned out better than I thought it would and looking forward to the next book
So far I like Eva and Christopher and happy we'll be seeing more of them
I'll give this one a solid 9 out of 10
A good start for the upcoming Uncanny X-Men
It was a fun issue, the pacing was brisk, the art was very clean and I think he hit all the high notes by mixing the Uncanny Xmen (Emma/Mags and co), the Jean Grey School, and the O5 in just the right proportions. The stakes have been made clear (and exciting), and there is just the right amount of moral ambiguity. Bendis's "voice" his Bendis-Talk, is toned down here... the leash isn't as tight as it should be, but you have either made piece with his writing style or you haven't.
What's going to happen to Beast? I hope he doesn't die!
In any case, I'm happy I read this.
Bendis did a much better job on this than New Avengers 33... (horrible pacing, too much Bendis-talk)
If Bendis wanted to imply the JGS was slacking on the job he would not have specifically had them wonder how the E-Team was doing it. The obvious implication was that no matter what efforts they employed the E-Team would be one step ahead of them in that regard.
It's hard for me to listen to people not in my position. A caterpillar can't relate to what an eagle envisions.
"Let me go first Lorna. I'm their freaking King!"
I'm bummed out Eva doesn't have holographic advertising powers.
It's good to know Bendis dialogue is heavy.