X-Men: Legacy #250

    X-Men: Legacy » X-Men: Legacy #250 - Lost Legions, Part 1; Flashback; Into the Abyss released by Marvel on August 1, 2011.

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    Lost Legions, Part 1; Flashback; Into the Abyss last edited by fesak on 10/21/19 12:42PM View full history


    The X-Men have escaped the AGE OF X and returned to Utopia…unaware that something sinister followed them back. Upon discovering that this new evil has been loosed into the world, Rogue and Magneto round up a team of X-Men to hunt it down. But is this motley new crew of X-Men prepared for what awaits them?

    A bonus feature includes Rogue helping the X-Men track down their missing comrades Havok and Polaris in deep space.

    This issue also includes a reprinting of New Mutants #27, the first meeting between Charles Xavier and his son, Legion!

    Some characters listed here only appear in flashbacks, such as Chamber appearing in Revenant's memories.


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    Good Milestone Issue 0

    X-Men: Legacy #250 is a good jumping point for this title as it takes a new direction, away from the Rogue the mentor to a new team with a purpose. The thing I really liked about this issue was it showed some real-world consequences from the Age of X story line. The idea that aspects of Legion's personality are loose in the world is a legitimate concern because every personality  of Legion has a different power and some personalities are very dangerous. No one really knows the consequences of th...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Cool power, that's about it... 0

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    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Is X-Men: Legacy always this confusing? 0

    This is only my second issue of X-Men: Legacy, but it seems to jump around more than the other Marvel books I'm reading.  When #249 ended, we saw Rogue and Magneto maybe about to get it on.  This issue - no mention of it at all.  Really, after how big a deal it was in the previous issue you'd think there'd at least be some more movement on whether rogue was going to stay with Magneto.  Instead, all of a sudden we're looking for Legion's personalities.  Where the heck did that come from?  In 249 ...

    1 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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