So Days of Future Past sets us up for Age of Apocalypse and possibly reboots the franchise bringing back certain characters and adding others into the roster and possibly changing where others are. Then X-Force comes afterwards to take down Apocalypse? Or Sinister or whoever they're going after
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@pfcoolio14: They could've been mutated by something else in the world. We just don't know. Could've been the Lich King's magic that still remained in the world that did it. We just don't know
I just always assumed that some humans survived the war. Looking at the tribe Susan Strong is part of, I'm guessing they were some newborn humans that were mutated somehow. Finn also might not be the last human if Susan turns out to actually be human herself
Another great issue. Loved Bobby's moment, and the surprise but not surprise guest in this issue was unexpected. Though I did feel like they should've figured out they were in heaven and hell sooner, I think the fact that they've been in so many other dimensions and realities and what not, they're never sure if where they think they are is actually where they are
@chocolatefrogs: I'd say that after AvX Aaron picked up the pieces with the Hellfire Saga. It pretty much put an end to the Hellfire Club for Kids and it was definitely better than the circus arc we got.
I'm overall excited WaTX isn't ending it was definitely one of my favorite X-Men titles since it was a nice detour away from all the seriousness we get in the other titles. Plus I loved the characters we got introduced to, even some of the new mutant students aren't that bad after a while
@oldnightcrawler: Yeah I noticed that as well but it was said that Avengers World would focus on the newer members of the Avengers like Cannonball, Sunspot, etc so that should hopefully solve that issue of them and a few other characters not having had a lot to do
@oldnightcrawler: I definitely get what you're saying. I personally enjoyed Infinity though it had a slow start for me it progressively got better. It also helped that the writing was amazing as well. I'd say the first 13 issues were to have us get a little bit more familiar with the team instead of just jumping right into it from the beginning. It also fleshed some of the newer characters like Hyperion as well
@oldnightcrawler: Ironically I didn't buy the tie-ins from New Avengers and Mighty Avengers. The good thing is that they recap what happened in previous issues at the beginning of the issue so in case you didn't read the other issues you wouldn't be left out.