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    Reviews - X-Men: Regenesis - #1

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Nice fill in the gap betwixt ongoings... - Nawfalq
This issue is a nice issue because it neatly fills in some of the "stuff" regarding how Cyclops and Wolverine's X-Men choose their teams. Reading order it should come right after X-Men Schism. I like how the decisions are placed against a backdrop of primal fighting, it's a neat artistic concept.

Marvel still needs editors. Cyclops is talking to X-23: "Correct. No killing unless absolutely avoidable." I'm fairly certain that's supposed to be "unavoidable."

Truly a "Regenesis" - SuperSaiyanBerserker
This stand alone issue opens up right after the events of X-men Schism and does a fairly adequate job of explaining both Scott Summers and Logan's ideals of where they think mutant-kind should go. I won't spoil anything for those who haven't read it but I will say that this issue, and the events of Schism as a whole, do a good job at bringing the Charles Xavier and Magneto rivalry into a new age with new characters. While not exactly like the Professor X and Magneto struggle, Cyclops and Wolverine's differences do establish a new internal mutant conflict. However at this time it is not as severe as the original conflict between the X-Men and Brotherhood of Mutants.
Regenesis cleverly plays out the choosing of the sides for the remaining mutants of Utopia and random X-men. I loved the images they used for Logan and Scott's struggle for control and followers. I was compelled to keep reading to see which mutant chose who as well. I'll let the reader be surprised (or disappointed) when they check out this issue on who sides with who and how the final(?) battle between Cyclops and Wolverine plays out. Once again, I think the imagery of the fight between the two leaders is the strongest element of the issue and is definitely a must read for any X fan who followed Schism, or didn't, and is curious to know the background of the two new ongoing X-titles "Uncanny X-Men" and "Wolverine and the X-men."

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