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Following the events of SECOND COMING, Young X-Man Indra is called back to India at the request of his family. Accompanied by Rogue and Magneto, the X-Men arrive to discover that not all is right in Mumbai...and not just due to tensions with Indra's parents. Earthquakes tear through the streets and energy flares cause planes to fall from the sky. Could this be a new mutant manifestation? Or is this something far more sinister?
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The x-men go to India! 0

About: Well, it's pretty much about Cyclops sending a few of the x-men to accompany Indra on his trip to visit his family in India. There is also a new character that they threw in there, which i'm most excited to know more about.  The Good: I really like the cast that'll be in this arc, which consists of Rogue, Magneto, Loa, Anole, and Indra. Personally i'm a huge fan of Rogue, which is why i've been picking up every issue of X-Men Legacy so far, but i also like the fact that there are some new...

7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

X-Men Legacy 238 Review 0

     So this might be about a little bit late, but I had a bunch of issues lying around waiting to be reviewed so I got on it. This is the first post-Second Coming issue of X-men Legacy. And it almost instantly gets away from the madness of Utopia & San Fransisco by sending Rogue, Magneto, Anole, Loa, and Indra to Mumbai. They are called there by Indra's father on account of a family emergency. One of the main plot devices here are the east vs. west cultural differences. Another thing in ...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

X-Men Legacy Issue 238 0

Mike Carey, you beautiful man, you. To think I once hated you for your terrible run on Ultimate Fantastic 4 (Seriously, killed the book for me). You have managed to redeem yourself with X-Men Legacy, to a middle point where you can go either way. Then you write issue 238 and make me love you, showing me that the future has hope, and not just the Summers variety.   X-Men Legacy begins with two mysterious villains captured a girl named Luz who rebelled against their dictatorship of sorts, and her...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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