Generation Hope #2

    Generation Hope » Generation Hope #2 - The Future is a Four-Letter Word, Part 2 released by Marvel on February 1, 2011.

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    Marvel is pleased to present your fist look at Generation Hope #2, from the electrifying creative team of writer Kieron Gillen and artist Salva Espin! Spinning out of Uncanny X-Men comes the most important tale of mutantkind’s struggle for survival. Hope Summers’ return brought about the activation of five mutants’ latent gifts in violent and unpredictable ways. Now the fifth light has laid waste to Tokyo. Can Hope, Wolverine, Cyclops, and the rest of their team take down the final mutant? Find out in Generation Hope #2!



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    Review: Generation Hope #2 0

    Even with the assistance of X-Men veterans, Hope's team finds itself utterly baffled by the polymorphic monster they've tracked to Japan.  The Good While I'm a little perplexed about his appearance (more on that below,) the villain's ramblings on art and ideas are impressively chilling. You really do get the sense that this latest batch of still-green mutants are facing a threat can't quite begin to understand. Espin's lush art and smooth storytelling evokes a great visceral feeling to the proc...

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    Alright, the art is kick ass. Awesome job love it. But the writing..... needs work.  The Good  Art, and the new characters. Art is fantastic. Draws you in and the fight scenes and detail are amazing. Give the polymorphic mutant a gross yet awesome look that complements his personality. A eccentric personality that is on the fray of insanity. The five lights did not shine as much as last issue. Only two really had great moments.  The Bad Thought city was gone? Nope. Just illusion. Story is okay, ...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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