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As mutantkind begins to pull back from the brink of extinction, Steve Rogers joins the fight! Appraising the state of mutants today, Steve assesses the X-Men, X-Factor, the New Mutants, the Five Lights and more from the mutant community! This 64-page Heroic Age files book also includes considerations for the humans who have sympathized with the mutant condition and takes aim at the worst of anti-mutant bigotry! See the world of mutants from Steve Rogers' vantage point, featuring everyone from Apocalypse to X-23!

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Review: Heroic Age X-Men #1 0

Steve Rogers' thoughts and observations of every mutant in the Marvel Universe. Includes a comprehensive listing of characters.   The Good If you've only recently gotten back into the X-Books, as I have, this is a handy, concise guide that'll give you the 411 on all the new mutants and also catch you up on all your old friends and favorites. Rogers' entries reveal as much about his personality, post-resurrection, as they do about those of the individually-profiled characters. And Jae Lee's cove...

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