Benjamin Deeds is put to the test! The Uncanny X-Men and the Original Five start their training! But can they hack it under Cyclops’ tutelage?
The X-Men are shaken to the core by the Battle of the Atom. So much that we can’t show you the cover of ALL-NEW X-MEN #19! Kitty Pryde is particularly is shaken by the events of the X-Men crossover. With her students gone, what is Kitty to do?
Guardians of the Galaxy has now officially joined the festivities with its first Infinity tie-in issue, and if it’s not the best issue of the event as a whole so far, then it at least can Kay a pretty good claim to being the best tie-in.
It’s the final battle. There’s casualties. On both sides. All of the X-Men find their footing in the world very much changed. As Battle of the Atom concludes, the major X-Men stories for 2014 are set up.
Writing this review just feels strange, it has been a while since I last wrote one and even longer since I wrote one on the week of release. For the vast majority of this series’ duration I’ve been banging the drum that this is the best Spider-Man book issue to issue. The simple fact that I haven’t published reviews for the past couple is in no way a reflection of their quality but for one reason or another it hasn’t been possible because here we have a great conclusion to the first chapter of Miles’ story.
Fair warning folks, if you’re looking for a good action story, this is not the issue for you. On the other hand, if you’re interested in some fun back and forth and interplay between characters, then this issue us exactly what you want.
Cyclops and the Uncanny X-Men team up with the Future X-Men to save the Jean Grey Institute and rescue the original five time-displaced X-Men.