Generation Hope #9

    Generation Hope » Generation Hope #9 - Better released by Marvel on September 1, 2011.

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    Better last edited by fesak on 10/19/19 11:17AM View full history

    This is the X-men comic that will have people talking for years! Some candles burn twice as bright and half as long. Some candles don't get a chance to burn at all. Generation Hope discover what happens when a light goes out.



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    An Allegory Without Being Preechy 0

    This is a good issue that puts Gen Hope in the real world as well as giving some more character growth on Zero.   SPOILER WARNING: Click here to reveal hidden content.The issue is also clearly about Mutants being an allegory for gay.  Specifically, in this case I can't help but think of the kid who committed suicide because his room mate filmed him doing gay things.  It was tragic and you feel the same way here.  Gillen does a great job with a series of non-dialog panels near the end that convey...

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