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X-Men Legacy #260.1
Writer: Christos Gage / Artist: David Baldeon / Cover Artist: Mark Brooks

 

Review Information

Reviewer: Jose Castellanos
Review Date: Jan 2012

Comic Information

Publisher: Marvel

7.5

out of 10

 

X-Men Legacy enters the "Regenesis" era with Christos Gage as its new writer, with a football game, and with Rogue and company settling in at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning as full time faculty. Using an N'Garai invasion as the catalyst, the issue's purpose is to define this team's role going forward. Rogue has become not just a mentor, but also a protector to the children at the school, and her promise is to ensure that they get the full academic experience with some sense of normalcy; the closest thing to an impossible task.

The story also touches briefly on the Guthrie siblings, and has huge developments for Frenzy and Gambit. The pencils by David Baldeon are average, but are enhanced by nice ink and color work. Nothing says "filler issue" like a "point one" book, so perhaps it was not the best idea for it to be the new creative team's inaugural issue; however, new readers will find it easy to come on board, as characters and situations are nicely introduced.






 
 



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