With Schism winding down, ironically with the end of mutantkind's unity in tow, Marvel has been slowly revealing the members of the 21st century versions of the X-Men blue and gold teams.Read MoreEpisode 10: post-Schism battle lines drawn
This week we're looking at X-Men Legacy #253, the concluding issue to an arc which has seen Legion and a band of X-Men including Rogue, Gambit and Magneto travel around the world to secure Legion's lost mutant "prisoners." Read MoreX-Men Legacy #253
After being stuck in limbo X-Men Legacy readers get a giant-sized mystery and a new team on a mission to find Legion's missing personas. The title is one of few Marvel series to have avoided renumbering and is known as the title staying honest to each characters history.
In the character-driven issue every beat of the plot flows fluidly from panel to panel in what might become the last surviving X-book.Read MoreX-Men Legacy #250
Read MoreReview: X-Men Legacy #242
Writer: Mike Carey Pencils and Inking: Paul Davidson Colours: Brian Reber Letters: Cory Petit Cover: Leinil Yu Publisher: Marvel Comics Coming off a lackluster story arc, Mike Carey returns Rogue and company to the San Francisco area where they finally…
Read MoreReview: X-Men Legacy #241
Writer: Mike Carey Pencils: Clay Mann and Tom Raney Inks: Jay Leisten, Tom Raney and Sandu Florea Coloured: Brian Reber Letters: Cory Petit Cover: Leinil Francis Yu Publisher: Marvel Comics Come one, come all! Okay, so in an effort to…