The Uncanny X-Men #539

    The Uncanny X-Men » The Uncanny X-Men #539 - Losing Hope released by Marvel on September 1, 2011.

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    Hope has been kidnapped and there is only one mutant who can track her down: Wolverine! And when Mutankind needs their messiah more than ever, will Logan do what's necessary to find Hope? Will the source of his animosity for the red-headed savior finally be revealed?



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    Gorgeous Art and Awesome Awkwardness 0

    Uncanny X-Men #539 surprises in many ways. Along with the addition of new artist Ibraim Roberson, this issue features the return of Hope and her squad to the realm of Uncanny, from which they have been absent for ten issues. Hope is an interesting, if polarizing, character, and I (along with many other fans, I'm sure) have been waiting for the awkward confrontation between Hope and Wolverine. We get that in this issue, and it does not disappoint.   At the beginning of the issue, Hope, Idie, and ...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Solid Issue of Generation Hope 0

    Hope gets messiahnapped, Logan goes all "Man on Fire"  to get her back, they have a "moment".   The Good I loves me some Simone Bianchi covers.   This is Ibraim Roberson's first time working on Uncanny and I must say that he makes a mighty strong case for why he deserves to be doing so more often. I loved his work on New Mutants during Second Coming, and I must say that combined with Charalampidis' colors it's truly beautiful and something to behold. It's a shame that Land will be closing things...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Hope For The Future 0

    Hope Summers goes out on the town in San Francisco in an attempt to stop working 24-7 on combat training in Utopia. Things get complicated when she's snatched from a store front by a special forces team. Wolverine, who has spent most of his time ignoring and keeping his distance from Hope, volunteers to go and rescue her. Hope's captor, the Crimson Commando, has no intention of killing Hope, but doesn't mind making her a little less pretty in order to get what he wants. Wolverine, however, doesn...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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