(Belated) Comic Review: Uncanny X-Men #28

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis; Art: Kris Anka

We’re dealing with the aftermath of the event in Newberry, SC this issue and pick up where we left off: with Cyclops convincing Matthew Malloy to go have breakfast?? Yes, that’s real and it’s great that if the other X-Men had just listened to him in the first place this “mess” might not have happened and S.H.I.E.L.D. might have one more helicarrier in operation. The world might not have such a dire situation on their hands either. Granted Mr. Malloy is new to the whole “having mutant powers” thing and he’s also an omega-level mutant at that. But at least the group trying to help him would be greater than just Scott Summers.

No one wants to help, none of the humans anyway and the mutants are all alone. What does it mean?

Cyclops was right. He was right and the hope for mutant/human coexistence is disappearing.

Unless Magneto has something to say about it? If thinks Scott’s going too far then “what the what?”

Heree’s a bonus page for you. Deep impact from Cyclops this issue. He’s dropping knowledge:

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