"Ha Ha. That Film was Stupid."
With Bastion sending thousands of Sentinels through a portal, the X-Men and the rest of Mutantkind have hours to live, will X-Force be able to stand a chance in the future, or will they find that possible future becoming more and more of a reality.
What You Need to Know. Hope and Cable came back under fire as soon as they arrived. X-Men have been hurt and killed. They are now stuck in a complete dome, with no way of getting out or messages through. X-Force is sent to the future to try to stop the flow of Sentinels. They have basically been sent on a suicide mission as they have seemingly no way to get back to the present. Hope found out about this.
The Good. Well, if you like continuity then you've been loving this event. Each issue literally flows into the next, and this issue literally picks up immediately after the previous.
The acknowledgment that X-Men are a part of the Marvel Universe. The appearances of many staple figures trying to get inside the dome is pretty entertaining.
The fighting scenes were pretty entertaining, if not in art, in dialogue.
The future scenes were pretty cool. X-Force is going to have it's hands full.
A staple X-Men finally arrives to lend services to Scott, something that was pretty cool, if not overdue.
Cable's character is always enjoyable.
The Contrast between inside and outside the Dome.
The Bad I've come to terms that Kitty Pryde will not be playing a part in this event because of her current predicament. However, Magneto has really no excuse so he really needs to get thrown into some action.
The art had some really good moments, but overall this has always been the weakest book when it comes to the Art in the series.
There were some very cliche moments, and I've always been a fan of Fraction, but every time it feels like he writes the characters out of character.