All-New X-Men: Inevitable, Volume 1: Ghosts Of Cyclops

All New X Men Inevitable Volume Ghosts Of Cyclops More than ever hatred and fear has made the world a dangerous place for mutants But as the few remaining X Men retreat into seclusion a handful of mutant teenagers refuse to allow their destiny to b

  • Title: All-New X-Men: Inevitable, Volume 1: Ghosts Of Cyclops
  • Author: Dennis Hopeless Mark Bagley
  • ISBN: 9780785196303
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Paperback
  • More than ever, hatred and fear has made the world a dangerous place for mutants But as the few remaining X Men retreat into seclusion, a handful of mutant teenagers refuse to allow their destiny to be decided for them And no one is concerned about their fate than Scott Summers, whose young shoulders must bear the heavy weight of the terrible acts committed by his aMore than ever, hatred and fear has made the world a dangerous place for mutants But as the few remaining X Men retreat into seclusion, a handful of mutant teenagers refuse to allow their destiny to be decided for them And no one is concerned about their fate than Scott Summers, whose young shoulders must bear the heavy weight of the terrible acts committed by his adult counterpart Cyclops is joined by three of his timetorn teammates Beast, Iceman and Angel as well as the All New Wolverine, Kid Apocalypse and Oya Together, they re heading out on the highway, looking for adventure, intent on writing their own futures But when they encounter the baleful Blob, their road trip may end before it beginsCollecting All New X Men 1 6

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    1. Hey does anybody know what happened to Cyclops? Because apparently he's dead.I know, right? When did that shit happend why? Is Marvel just cleaning house when it comes to old X-men?So. Yeah. Guess I'll have to try and dig that story up next. That's actually a soft maybe. Because, seriously, I'm not sure I can bring myself to care.But the basic story is that Baby Cyclops is having a bit of an identity crisis now that his older self is dead. And also because Old 'Clops evidently went out like a ma [...]

    2. In the eight months since Battleworld, Cyclops has died - somehow, somewhen, by possibly someone (the suddenly-lethal-to-mutants Terrigen Mist might’ve got ‘im!). In his wake are a gang of mutant idiots wearing Cyclops masks calling themselves the Ghosts of Cyclops, causing havoc wherever they appear. It’s up to the teenage time-displaced All-New X-Men - including the young Cyclops - to stop them. Not enough Cyclops mentions in this paragraph? CYCLOPS!Wow, it’s tough to be an X-Men fan t [...]

    3. In this post-Secret Wars X-Men relaunch, the teenage versions of the original X-Men from an alternate universe (and they say comics aren't accessible to new readers) have found themselves a combo Mystery Machine/TARDIS and hit the road.I love these guys and am happy to have Wolverine join the gang (I love me some Laura). I'm less keen on the addition of Evan and Idie; there just doesn't seem to be much reason for them to be there (at least Laura has a reason to join the team, in that she's 'goin [...]

    4. The All-New X-Men have formed up a new team. Jean Grey has left to live a normal life. Evan aka Kid Apocalypse and Oya have joined Cyclops, Beast, Iceman, Angel, and the former X-23 current Wolverine Laura Kinney. Cyclops has set off on his own quest going after The Ghosts of Cyclops a group that revere the recently deceased present day Cyclops. Meanwhile this group of young adults has their share of challenges.I'm not a fan of Cyclops in general. He always seemed a pompous brown-noser and one o [...]

    5. It's a bit more bearable than Extraordinary X-Men, but not by a lot. Where Extraordinary focuses on the implausibly long list of bad things currently happening to mutants, All-New focuses instead on smaller, more personal issues. So while Storm is fretting about the mass sterilization of mutants, Hank is realizing that he isn't quite so impressive when his knowledge base is more than a decade out of date. But because every single character is experiencing some sort of personal crisis (Scott is d [...]

    6. This latest volume is really awesome. The dynamic of Laura and Warren's relationship, Bobby struggling with his sexuality and this new girl Idie questioning her faith all make for a rich story with some real character depth. The pop culture references about Twitter, Snopes and Ronda Rousey are all very well received also.BUT, the absolute BEST part of the whole thing is my new favorite BAMFPickles:

    7. (2.5 stars)Spoilers below wait cyclops died? did i. i must have missed a seriesCRAP death of x. ok anyways new x-men are still stuck in the future and still figuring out where they fit in. Young Cyclops is in hiding and tracking down a team of kids who are using his name to create havoc. Obviously this doesn't sit well with him and he gets involved, it's some decent writing that i can appreciate. X-23 and Angel are feuding about how she is too risky and charges into battle. The blob comes in are [...]

    8. Barf. What an awful series. Crapatastic writing that simply skimming was painful. Who the f breaks up with someone in the middle of a fight? So much whining for super heroes. I get that they're teens but it's pathetic. Next we have toilet paper art. It's so easy to see these guys were on a mission to ruin the franchise. No wonder the series is canceled. Let's stab The Blob's eye out! It's like Hopeless is being paid to write garbage. No more inner monologues!!!!!!!! Your action scenes suck enoug [...]

    9. Realmente se nota la diferencia de escritor. El joven equipo de los X-Men del pasado han dejado de estar a cargo del escritor Bendis (que hizo un genial trabajo) y ahora tienen nuevas aventuras con un nuevo team creativo. Aunque las relaciones entre ellos no han variado las acciones que se narran resultan muy aburridas y los villanos muy mal elegidos (el "sapo" por ejemplo o "Blob"). Un cómic aburrido y poco tonto.

    10. 3.5 starsIt's been a few months since I read the volume before this, the conclusion to the All-New X-Men story by Bendis. So that explains why I don't remember how it ended and the background on this. I was missing some of the pieces, but it was still good overall. The artwork was good and the new characters have potential. This comic is definitely valuable for young comic fans that want X-Men they can relate to. I do really like the All-New X-Men so that's part of the reason I will read the nex [...]

    11. Während ein paar durchgeknallte Nachwuchsmutanten sehr zum Unmut der X-Men, allen voran der junge Scott Summers, die normale Bevölkerung als "Ghost of the Cyclops" terrorisieren, hat Angel emotianal damit zu tun, dass X-23, die jetzt Wolverine ist, als Anti-Team-Player sich dauernd von Kugeln durchlöchern und verbrennen läßt. Und schließlich bekommen sie es mit dem Blob zu tun.Bendis Run der ALL-NEW X-MEN hat mir gut gefallen, aber wie Hopeless den Faden aufnimmt, gibt mir nicht viel. Wede [...]

    12. This is probably my favorite ongoing series in the Marvel Universe, and yet I feel like Marvel is doing their best to put X-Men on the back burner. I wasn't expecting a lot out of this, I mean, this had so many things working against it: new author, terrible last collection by Bendis, Secret Wars doing a couple unforgivable things to the mutants of the Marvel U instead I am pleased to report that this "reboot" is anything but the current author's surname.

    13. Maybe it's just me but I'm not sure I'm the target audience here. Ok, most people will tell you I'm not the target audience for most comics considering my canonic age but still.I had the nagging impression to read something absolutely and totally designed for teens and YA which, sob, I'm not anymore.So I can't say I did connect with these teenagers and their introspective philosophical questions on themselves and stuff while fighting the Blob in Paris, France, of all places (I will mercifully ig [...]

    14. Barf! Teenagers now with Pickles my God everything here is for 10-year-old readers.Young Cyclops meets the Ghosts of Cyclops, a band of mutants who agree with old Cyclops's message. They run away after a fight with the All-New X-Men. And whiny Cyclops gets arrested after some finger wagging from the police. 'You shouldn't have done that, young man. Off to jail so you can cool off.' The jail gets attacked by the Ghosts of Cyclops, but their escape is cut off by the police. Then the rest of the X- [...]

    15. FunHopeless' task to integrate the revived teenage original X-men with the teen children of many of the second gen X-men is done admirably here, particularly with the ghosts of Cyclops arc. The weight of Inhumans events is interesting but hardly felt. There are some jarring shifts in tone though due to the high teen angst and the number of crossover plots that can be involved in any X-book.

    16. It was sold to me as a good starting off point if you haven't read X-Men in a while and don't want to play catch-up. I was still utterly confused about who some characters were and how others got there. There are some good plot points and messages, but it just didn't grab my attention as much as I was hoping it would.

    17. Anyone who reads my reviews semi-regularly knows how much I loathed the Bendis X-Men era, so when I say this is a vast improvement, please keep in mind how low the bar was. I find Hopeless to be hit-and-miss. I really enjoy his Spider Woman run, but Avengers Arena was SHIT. So I was really, really worried about him writing a bunch of teenagers again (especially Laura, she is my bb). After reading this volume I feel like he's having mixed success. I was so excited to read a non-Bendis X-Men run; [...]

    18. Fairly decent kick-off to the new title. I'm glad the original X-Men are still around. Wish Jean was on this team though. Seems very off without her. Now, we just need a young Alex and Lorna. Curious about those super-heroes effected by the Black Vortex. Did their "cosmic" powers wane? Angel still has his odd and ugly flame wings. How they don't burn his back I just don't know. Is he immune to heat? Is he fireproof? Gamora over in Guardians didn't seem to have any "cosmic" powers remaining befor [...]

    19. LaurWolverine's on the team, this time part of a good story as the love interest of Young Angel. The rest of the book took an issue or two to get into because I was annoyed by the teenybopper talk. But the showdown with the Cyclops Ghost Gang at the jail was solid, and now I am sucked into the plot.

    20. On the cover in bold letters it reads "HOPELESS BAGELY"That is my comment on the art.The story was decent, except that I had to receive it via Bagely's (not to my taste) stylings.I can't see you anymore Mark Bagely. It's not you, it's me.

    21. All-New X-Men Volume 1: 5 StarsI LOVED this volume. For the Record: I am rather new to the Marvel Comics and this is the first one that I've read that I have really fallen head over heels in love with. Most of the others I'ver read I liked, but this was something else.I knew most of the characters beforehand and even the ones that I didn't I grew to love in this volume.Every single member of the crew is enjoyable and interesting.The Action was great but for me the most important aspect of anythi [...]

    22. Like Uncanny X-Men, I’m curious about this lineup and how Idie and Evan ended up with the All-New team. Laura/X-23 was already hanging out with them before, and has been dating Angel, but they were at the Jean Grey school before Secret Wars. The time shift from that event is less noticeable here than other books. Surprisingly, I’m most interested in Warren and Laura’s story and interaction. I think it’s because they’re the only ones that have a sense of history to them. Cyclops is off [...]

    23. In my last review of an Xbook, Jeff Lemire's first trade of Extraordinary X-men, I called it "The Nadir of X-men books in the Inhumans are cooler than X-men era". This book takes place in that awful era, but it deserves a category all to itself.First off, I think Mark Bagley is a great artist. I loved every single issue he put out of Ultimate Spider-man. I just don't want to see him draw Beast ever again. I hate his version of young Beast, a teenager who looks like he is 45. He does the same thi [...]

    24. I'm cross between 2.5 and 3. I give it a three stars because of the character developments and how everyone deals with their problems. I really like what they each were dealing with. I'm giving it a 2.5 because of the lackluster villains, most specifically, the ghost of cyclops group. I really disliked them. They didn't pose so much of a threat but maybe a threat to Scott as they kind of were ruining his reputation even more, I guess. Also the villains were idiots, especially the part where they [...]

    25. Although I get why Scott's character is written the way he is, especially in this particular time, it just never fails to amaze me how many books open with Scott Summers brooding. It's something impressive, actually.I really enjoyed pretty much everything else, though. Warren and Laura's relationship continues to confuse me, because though here it's depicted as pretty much present, in her title in All-New Wolverine he only shows up for a couple of issues and then is never heard of again. Do writ [...]

    26. Try to keep in mind this is still just a group of teenagers/young adults with the primary focus being on Scott Summers and his effort to make amends for a significant disaster the modern day Cyclops has committed. There are two sub topics I think are fairly important to this story that also help us see how our characters will eventually grow and develop. Iceman questions his comfort level with being openly gay. Idie struggles with her faith and belief in God. Both are pretty thought provoking, a [...]

    27. 2.5Tired of Scott being a whiny @&)!&@ like his older self. Tired of Bobby’s angst that doesn’t really have a name. Tired of Hank’s insecurities about being behind in technology and science (instead of riding around in a trailer maybe stay in the X-Haven and read? Learn? Teach yourself or ask Forge to tutor you instead of moping?).

    28. There's obviously been a lot happening between the last issue of the previous series and the first issue of this one. I'm not sure if this is better or not; there are some interesting ideas here, but nothing that catches my interest as much as the beginning of the original series.

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