dj_maximus's X-Men: Legacy #261 - Lost Tribes, Pt. 1 review

X-Men Legacy # 261

Interesting character development going on for Rogue And Gambit going on. Rouge and Rachel Summers are discussing Rouge and Magneto relationship. The explanation is that it is vague and a huge lack of communication involved. On the same boat Gambit just only makes out with Frenzy and she and Gambit decided that it was a mistake. No big deal. Also in this issue we have Exodus attacking Wolverine X-Men team. Exodus at the end of this issues ask that he maybe forgiven for his intrusion and now wants Cyclops head on a platter. Now Wolverines X-Men team has to warm and help Cyclops because he maybe in danger now. My point for both X-Men is that they are not divided. They just have two different opinions. They all don’t have to live together to make each other feel good. However writer Gage feels that the two teams are divided. I don’t see that as true. Both teams still keep contact with one another so to me one will back up the other if needed. I rate this book a 4.5 rating of 5.0 rating. This is how you tell a X-Men book.

1=wack, 1.5=falling asleep, 2=below average, 2.5=pick it up a bit, 3= average, 3.5=dope, 4=good, 4.5=excellent, 5=classic

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