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All-New X-Men - Volume 2: Here to Stay (Marvel Now) [Hardcover]

Brian M Bendis , David Marquez
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11 Jun 2013 All-New X-Men (Book 2)
Yesterday's X-men continue to adjust to a present day that's simultaneously more awe-inspiring and more disturbing than any future the young heroes had ever imagined for themselves. And things get even more dangerous when the shape-changing terrorist Mystique targets our young time-travellers. starting with Cyclops! David Marquez (Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man) joins the artistic family as acclaimed writer Brian Michael Bendis further defines the future of the X-Men. COLLECTING: All New X-Men 6-10.

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  • Hardcover: 136 pages
  • Publisher: MARVEL - US (11 Jun 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785168214
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785168218
  • Product Dimensions: 26.2 x 17.5 x 1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 117,508 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Time travel should be banned from Bendis' work 16 Sep 2013
I only read this a couple of days ago but I drew a blank when I tried to recall what happened in this book and, upon flicking through it again, rediscovered that not a whole lot does. This isn't by itself a terribly bad thing as the book is eminently readable and more or less entertaining but it is a book where not only does very little happen, but it feels like a lot of stuff from the first book is repeated and the whole pointlessness of the situation is underlined more firmly in this book.

For those who don't know the setup, Beast went back in time and brought back the original X-Men to the present day, ostensibly to try and show present-day Scott Summers aka Cyclops just how much he's changed and to turn him off of the current path he's on, ie. war-mongering fugitive. This clearly doesn't work in the first book but rather than send the kids back and avoid some weird space-time conundrums, the kids are bizarrely "here to stay".

The Avengers find out what Beast did and are rightly annoyed at his reckless behaviour. I mean, Wolverine's latest time travel adventure basically ripped the very fabric of the space time continuum (see Age of Ultron) so Beast just nonchalantly changing the past on a whim is rightly something to be angry about. What is it about the X-Men that they think they can just do whatever the hell they want?

As for what happens in this book, young Scott, Jean, Hank, Bobby and Warren are getting used to the present day, reconciling what they'll do in the future, and what it means. Scott especially is conflicted about the person he will become while present-day Scott decides to start up his own rival school to Logan's with a different philosophy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars XvX 12 July 2013
By Gareth Simon TOP 100 REVIEWER
This is the second instalment of the All New original X-Men storyline, running through issues #6-10 of the All New X-Men and collected as All-New X-Men: Here To Stay. Having been brought to their future, and out present, in All-New X-Men: Here Comes Yesterday, the original X-Men have decided to stay and fix their future, so that most of them didn't/won't have died in vain.

The new old team are having a few settling-in problems, and we see them meeting up with various future selves (those that have them... such as the Angel), old friends and enemies (Mystique) and finding more secrets from their future/past, such as an invitation to Scott and Jean's wedding... and getting a visit from Captain America, who has just discovered what has happened when two Angels save Avengers Tower from a Hydra attack. We even get to fight Sentinels in the Danger Room!

This is an excellently-written story, which runs through "All New X-Men" issues #6-10, with excellent artwork, and plenty of excellent characterisation, as well as humour, despite the bleak situation.


The new old team are having a few settling-in problems, and in issue #6, Scott goes out on the town, giving Wolverine a run for his money (literally), and coming to the attention of Mystique along the way; Warren meets his current self; and Jean, Storm and Professor `K' do some bonding.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great comic! 4 July 2013
By Marie
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Interesting story and great drawings. As always a great Marvel comic with all the actions it requires, I Loved it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars From a good start to a good middle! 29 Jan 2014
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The story has been set up and there are questions to be asked . . . . . . promises to be interesting and it is. Not too much Logan and a good deal of Kitty makes the balance work well. A good investment if your a Marvel/X-men fan.
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5.0 out of 5 stars So far, so very, very good 13 Jun 2013
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Normally I am not one to pounce on a Marvel TPB as soon as it surfaces, I tend to stooge checking markets and reviews. However since I was very much taken up with the previous `Here Comes Yesterday, I took a great leap of faith and nabbed a copy as soon as possible to catch up and was not disappointed.
Firstly Continuity; so strong are its links with the AVX series it manages to strengthen those in retrospect by appearing almost as precursors to this arc; I don't know if this was the intention but it certainly gives the effect as one long and turbulent saga.
Secondly to summarise the main protagonists in this volume. There's the Jean Grey School establishment trying throughout most of the book to hold things together; Kitty Pryde is one tough lady and Wolverine is as close to `A Suit' as you'll see him. Ice-Man in both incarnations is still comic, but for fans Storm is not very prevalent in this issue. Then there are the `Young' X-Men; confused, distressed and fragmented, also portrayed as troubled teenagers; the very good touches are Young Scott storming out a lot, Jean Grey pouting and sulking when being told off by Kitty Pryde and Warren reduced to tears of anguish at the situation they are in. Later on appears `today's' Scott Summer who is now in old Magneto mode along with a strangely almost complaint Magneto himself a very background Emma Frost and Magik who is still appearing to have a lot of fun.
There are villains and thank you Brian Michael Bendis we have a break from the bombastic `I'm gonna rule the world and you can't stop me (grin-grin) because I have felled you veterans in one go with my conveniently special powers or technical gizzmo' tedium of which there have been way too many of late.
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