Generation Hope #10

    Generation Hope » Generation Hope #10 - Schism, Part 1 released by Marvel on October 1, 2011.

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    SCHISM TIE-IN! Generation Hope take part in the X-Men event of 2011! The mutants of the future finally come to understand the real sad meaning of mutantkind's past as a day trip from Utopia takes a tragic, bloody turn. In the wake of SCHISM's first casualties, can Generation Hope even exist anymore?


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    Most Interesting Museum Ever 0

    Tying into Schism, Generation Hope has its strongest issue yet and a better issue than the latest of the main event. The events of Schism, largely glossing over the Hellfire Kiddy Club, are told from the perspective Oya leading up to her major moment in the event, and this proves really effective at driving home some of the story elements of Schism as well as shining some new light on the Generation Hope kids.  Generation Hope has not been a favorite of mine, even though I've enjoyed most all of...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Way Better than the Main Series 0

    This book is essentially Schism #3 from the point of view of Oya.  She's been a very interesting character within Generation Hope.  I'm still catching up in my X-Men backlog, so I don't know what was going on when she was found.  But I've been reading Generation Hope since the first issue.  And she's always been self-loathing.  It's been a great and tragically sad metaphor for people who hate themselves for being a certain race or sexuality.  In the current world, it would match best with someon...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Generation Hope #10 - What Schism Should Have Been. 0

     So, Generation Hope #10 is out, and it's a Schirsm tie-in. That surely means it's terrible, right?  I am very pleased to say it isn't. GH #10 focuses on the RIGHT bunch of kids. The ones we give a damn about, and it's a pretty interesting voyage with few mistakes along the way. If you want to know from me if you should buy the comic, I tell you right now: do it. If you want to know why, read along!  This issue follows Idie (and the whole story is told inside Idie's head sometime after the event...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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