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Because you demanded it! The X-Women finally get their own book, from critically acclaimed superstars Brian Wood (X-MEN, ULTIMATE X-MEN, DMZ, The Massive) and Olivier Coipel (AVX, HOUSE OF M, THOR)! An old enemy shows up at the X-Men's door, seeking asylum from an ancient evil come back to earth. Meanwhile, Jubilee has come home, and she's brought with her an orphaned baby who might hold the key to the earth's survival...or its destruction. Against a backdrop of what seems like an alien invasion and an eons-spanning war between brother and sister, Storm steps up and puts together a team to protect the child and stop a new threat that could destroy all life on earth!

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Jubilee Returns 0

Although the previews for this series looked amazing I wasn't originally planing on getting this series, as I'm getting enough X-Men series' as it is. I did however change my mind when I heard about the upcoming Battle of the Atom crossover, which will include this series, wanting to get to know the direction of the series prior to the crossover.PlotAs Jubilee flees with a child, she calls the X-Men for help, saying that she's being followed. There however seems to be more to this child than mee...

11 out of 11 found this review helpful.

Interesting start! 0

X-Men is back! While other X-Men titles are also good, I missed having the iconic X-Men comic. A strong Plot set up by Brian Wood, excellent art by the amazing Mark Morales, Olivier Coipel, and Laura Martin, and a great promise of a good comic!What Went Down:We meet Jubilee with a baby of all things coming back to the X-Men mansion from Bulgaria. Some man, presumably rich, is following her so she calls up the current mentors of the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning, who are her family, and le...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Without Rhyme or Reason 0

I was curious when I first heard about this all female cast to an X-Men book, which, for whatever reason, is still called X-Men and not X-Women (heck, even an adjective of some capacity might have helped with referring to it as something other than "the all women X-Men series"). I'm big on promoting all female casts in comics, a genre generally vacant of such things. Yet, as we've seen in Fearless Defenders, making an all-female series for the sake of having one often doesn't bode well.This is a...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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