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 In the wake of Messiah CompleX, there are no X-Men and mutantkind still lies in ruin. With Magneto depowered and Xavier gravely injured, it seems their reign as the preeminent mutants has ended. But neither of these old soldiers is willing to go gentle into that good night! Fresh off a groundbreaking run on Messiah CompleX, writer Mike Carey takes on mutantkind's most iconic figures, as well as some of the most important moments in X-Men history. Collecting X-Men: Legacy #208-212.

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This trade is a slow burn as Xavier's mind is rebuilt following his apparent death in Messiah CompleX. Mike Carey explores Xavier's past within the frame story of some mutant who is trying to undo the brain damage caused by the bullet he took to the head. This story was definitely made for the X-Men geeks like me who know what parts of the X-Men past Carey is revisiting and filling in. Of course, now that Deadly Genesis had taken place, there's room for showing some of the shady things he did in...

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