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There was an upside to rushing from nation to nation, saving suicidal or homicidal mutants from themselves. It was a distraction. Cable is still dead. Hope has lost her father. Now, with a moment to breathe, she has time to think... and HAS to think. Not least because everyone else wants to mold her in their image. In this issue, Generation Hope's future is decided.

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Awesome writing is awesome yet hard to read 0

Yay for fantastic writing! In a new plot twist, Hope ends up proving herself to be just as unbearable as anyone her age with that much attention would be! Apparently miss omega-level mutant host of the phoenix force doesn't like anyone else trying to teach her much of anything, or 'holding her back'. Great bit of writing; make the mutant messiah actually act like a teenager, not a typical mutant messiah. Because that's what she is, a teenager. However, the bulk of the comic is rendered from Hope...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Bishop Was Right 0

Generation Hope has a much needed slow issue to present a good look at the team, but unfortunately, that look exposes some glaring weaknesses that do not bode well for this series or the current direction of the X-Men.The biggest problem is that Hope, the main character of this series and a major player in the current direction of the X-Franchise, is just an obnoxious character. She was fine and sympathetic during her run in the Cable series, but since Second Coming, the character has been rathe...

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