X-Men

X-Men

Second Coming

Book - 2010
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The climax of four years of X-Men stories is the X-Event of 2010! What started in HOUSE OF M with the Decimation of mutantkind and erupted with the first new mutant birth in MESSIAH COMPLEX finishes here. In the epic crossover SECOND COMING, Cyclops' faith pays off when Cable returns to the present with Hope, the girl he believes to be the mutant messiah. But will she be the savior or destroyer of mutantkind? We may never know, as she is the target of an initiative for mutant eradication unlike anything the X-Men have ever experienced. Many will be wounded. Several will die. Is Hope worth it?
Publisher: New York : Marvel Worldwide ; London : Diamond [distributor], ©2010
ISBN: 9780785157052
9780785146780
0785146784
Branch Call Number: GN XMEN 2010
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 29 cm
Alternative Title: XMen. Second coming
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xod_s
May 31, 2012

The last story arc in the trilogy that started with "Messiah complex" and continued with "Messiah war".Bunch of good sub-plots like the "New mutants" group vs. Cameron Hodge.

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Keogh
Aug 29, 2011

Mostly brings together a lot of plotlines the franchise has worked on, and features the death of a pivotal, great character in the midst of it all. Unfortunately the writers seem to refuse to have Cyclops take some responsibility for his actions; the characters who chew him out for what he's done wrong largely do so between panels, and he still winds up coming across as the man in charge, while far better characters are marginalized.

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