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Rogue, Gambit and Danger go to join the X-Men in San Francisco, only to find it in flames. The Dark Avengers have come into town and are taking no prisoners. Wait, the whole problem is that they ARE taking prisoners. Norman Osborn has the city of San Francisco in the palm of his hands and mutants are being forced to take sides. Will they side with Cyclops and the X-Men? Or go to Osborn and his Dark X-Men? What side will the returning mutants and one of the X-Men’s most powerful foes take?


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Throw downs galore! 0

Book written by: Mike Carey Art by: Dustin Weaver Hex’s score: 4 out of 5 Another week and another ‘Utopia’ book, and I have to say another that I really enjoyed. This is an actual tie-in book which helps, not just some book for Marvel to stick an event banner on that has nothing to do with the overall story, which they have been guilty of many times in the past. X-Men Legacy #226 actually gets right into the thick of it, as I’ll explain. Rogue, Gambit and Danger fly to San Francisco to help C...

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Sure, Why Not? 0

I'm not going to break down the story here too much. It's too late at night for that. X-Men: Legacy #226 is a UTOPIA tie-in and I think it lives up to that distinction well. Comic companies love making tie-ins between major story issues so fans of the main series will be encouraged to pick up issues of comics they might not otherwise. I was encouraged to pick up this issue. The downside of most tie-ins is that they can end up not adding to the story at all. The upside of a tie-in is that it can ...

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