Generation Hope #1

    Generation Hope » Generation Hope #1 - The Future is a Four-Letter Word, Part 1 released by Marvel on January 1, 2011.

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    Spinning directly out of Uncanny X-Men comes the most important new X-Book in years! When Hope Summers returned from the future she triggered the rebirth of the mutant gene.

    Five lights appeared on Cerebra and five mutants' powers came to life, but their activations have been chaotic and dangerous, nearly killing each of them. It was only the touch of Hope that saved their lives. With Rogue and the four new mutants who were gathered in Uncanny X-Men, Hope heads to Japan to join Cyclops, Wolverine and the fifth light. But will this new light be a hero or a villain?


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    Surprisingly Good. 0

    I have to say I didn't had my hopes on for this series, but this first issue made me change my mind.  The Good: I wasn't sure up to now for the looks of the "Lights" but this book helped me to understand what is the purpose of each one of these new characters. The art was good, pretty consistent through the issue, it had faults but nothing to drive you off. The story was lacking, but it was compensated with characterization. Each of the new "lights" got some spotlight panels to show each of thei...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    All-new All different...AGAIN??????? 0

    Look its the I mean the New Mu...ah Generation X? No...New X-...darn...hmmm lets see how about the Youn...  Oh i got it! Generation Hope...the newest next generation of mutants! Really? Again? Did we really need an entire other book for this team when we have X-men: Legacy wasting away filled with second tier characters in mildly entertaining stories that just exist to showcase Rogue and Magneto getting together? Dont take this the wrong way...I am thrilled that the mutant race is at l...

    7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Generation Hope #1 Review 0

        Kieron Gillen & Salvador Espin kick off the newest X-book. Hope and her ragtag group of new mutants along with their babysitter Rogue travel to Tokyo to meet up with Cyclops & Wolverine. One of my favourite parts of this issue is how every two pages or so the narration changes. I didn't think I'd like this at first, but ended up loving it. It gave a little more insight in how each character thinks and how they act. I also liked how their interactions were realistic and they aren't...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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