The X-Men continue to prepare for the inevitable clash with Juggernaut; however, not all is what it seems.
Like last issue, this storyline where the X-Men fight a hammer-powered Juggernaut just reeks of "old school." The way Cyclops plans ahead and forms his teams based on the Juggernaut's past actions and what they know of him currently is great, and is a great way of showing his leadership skills. You get to see a lot of the team's heavy-hitters in action while seeing the team as a whole plans to deal with the practicality of fighting the Juggernaut.
I like the storyline with the mayor of San Francisco, and how they "bring her into the psychic boardroom." It really gives the reader an "in" while keeping it plausible to the storyline.
The issue's twist really underscores how dangerous this threat is; I like it, a lot.
Not much, to be honest; things are a little formulaic, but it doesn't detract from the quality of the overall issue too much. 95% of the dialog is coming from Scott Summers or Emma Frost, and compared to the interesting scenarios put forth in last month's Thunderbolts and Uncanny X-Men, this issue lacks a little bit in comparison.
Well, I can't really say much besides this issue is a set-up for a potential deeper problem that will be explored in issues to come. As much as I don't like "set up" issues where little to nothing happens, they're necessary. Gillen does a good job at making the Juggernaut threat seem serious, and that's just what it is.