All-New X-men #2 - Review
From the very start, Bendis nails it with a plot that will keep you interested and excited at all time. At first, the idea of having the original 5 X-men coming to the present may have sounded crazy and maybe even bad, but it turns out it isn't.
There was a lovely piece of dialogue between the characters, most of all Beast and the original 5. It was very enjoyable to see their reactions once they heard about their futures. Sadly, Warren did not get to know his. I was curious to know how he'd react to the fact that he once almost caused the Apocalypse.
Best of all were the facial expressions. Immonen displayed them with perfection. In fact, I really love his art. It is clean and I couldn't find a single panel where his pencilling was inconsistent.
This issue lacked action, but, honestly, it was so good without any fighting that I didn't even miss it. That aside, I must clarify that things are going nice and slow. That isn't a bad thing at all, but Magneto, Emma, Magik and the present Scott didn't even make an appearance, and I actually wanted to see them.
This is turning out to be a great series, with very promising issues. If you haven't checked it out yet, I suggest you do. You will not be disappointed. Immonen's art is amazing and the plot is exceptionally awesome. This issue gets a 9/10.