Collects Uncanny X-Men (2012) issues #14-18
This volume of "Uncanny X-Men" should be read after reading the collection of the "Battle of the Atom" event.
This volume started to take the spotlight off the revolution, and instead focused in on the students that Scott, Emma, and Magik are training. I especially liked the issue centered around Benjamin Deeds.
Magneto made limited appearances in this volume.
There are times when this book is laugh out loud funny, but I wasn't a big fan of the artwork.
This story runs parallel with the story in "All-New X-Men," and you definitely feel the crossover (even to the point of reading the same scenes from different perspectives in both titles).
With the detonation of the Terrigen bomb in the "Infinity" event, millions of new Inhumans were fully transformed. Some changed their looks, some acquired powers, and some were blessed/cursed with both. It is an interesting question when one of the X-Men asks how the general public will tell the Inhumans apart from the mutants. I predict this will eventually lead to an Inhuman/Mutant war. In terms of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, this scenario is perfect for a studio that doesn't have the rights to anything from the X-Universe, but still wants to have a super-powered team that feels like the X-Men.
Something bad happened to Eva. She was lost in time for a while. Her hair grew quite a bit between the two scenes of her disappearing and reappearing. How long will it be until we finally find out what it was? I predict we won't hear more about this for years.