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Written by Brian Wood (WOLVERINE AND THE X-MEN ALPHA AND OMEGA, DMZ, Demo, Northlanders) with art by David Lopez (MYSTIC, NEW MUTANTS, Catwoman)

When a new race of mutants is discovered and the X-Men still split, honorary X-Man Storm is at her wits end as to whether she should tell Scott and Logan, or keep the daunting secret of Mutantkind to herself.



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So, like, we're now in the second part of Brian Wood + David Lopez's arc of Blank Generation. Another big thank you to both them, why ? Because, true believers, they have done it again.And, we carry on from last issue's shocking finale of Security Recon facing off against a Cthulu look-alike, it's big, really big ! The team's in a bit of a tricky situation and Colossus is knee deep with trying to keep the monster under-wraps, Psylocke, while trying to get into the monster's mind, uncovers someth...

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X-Men #31 Review 0

X-Men #31 ReviewOverview:The team keeps investigating the proto-mutants that have sprung up around the world.The Good:The idea of proto-mutants is intriguing and honestly makes sense; if there were Neanderthals thousands of years ago why not have older proto-mutants as a precursor/offshoot of mutants. Before everyone gets all mad about this messing with the history of the X-Men and mutants, it does not, as it is explicitly stated that they have a more crude and less evolved variation of the X-ge...

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