Necrosha (New Mutants/X-Force/Legacy) Crossover [Spoilers!!]

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Ice

Teh Sexy Monkey Queen
Read the Chapter 1 one-shot. It was completely awesome! Full of epic moments, or at least, one hell of an epic cliffhanger!


With the issue, it officially reveals that Selene is indeed older than Apocalypse, from what I understood. After a flashback of when she was born, it goes to present time saying "17,000 years later." Throughout the issue she's explaining her life and also explaining her plan as it's being shown. And that's when the dead begin to show up.

Shinobi Shaw and Harry Leland come back and appear to Sebastian Shaw and Donald Pierce in the X-Men's prisoner ward. Then the Hellions show up and Emma loses her cool. On their way back from somewhere (I assume it was something in X-Force), Angel, James, a hurt Rahne and some wolf-guy get struck down from the plane they were in and are attacked by Pyro and Berserker.

The real kicker is Selene showing up in GENOSHA!!!! with her crew. She's with Wither, Blink (616 Blink is evil?) Caliban, the first Thunderbird (whoa!) and some other ones. This is gonna be veeeery interesting.


A second story follows with the return of Cypher (EEK!!). He speaks with binary language, since I assume due to the T-O Virus all the dead people have within them now. He helps the dead Hellions get into Utopia (obviously explaining how they got in) and then says he's been tasked to kill Magma. This continues into New Mutants.


The third story was...just...holy damn!!! :shock:

A week before this all began, Selene had Destiny! She brought her back to see if she would succeed. She is told as much. They put Selene back into a cell she was being held in, and then the surprise is shown. The blind girl that first showed up in Astonishing X-Men..... is Destiny's daughter! She gives her a message that "cannot be spoken out loud." But after she gives the messages, she regrets it and asks "What have I done?"


All three stories were wonderful, and the issue itself gets a 5/5. A must-read for X-fans definitely.
 
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Iceshadow

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I liked it, too bad they had the bad luck of running this at the same time as Blackest Night though.

Shinobi Shaw and Harry Leland come back and appear to Sebastian Shaw and Donald Pierce in the X-Men's prisoner ward. Then the Hellions show up and Emma loses her cool. On their way back from somewhere (I assume it was something in X-Force), Angel, James, a hurt Rahne and some wolf-guy get struck down from the plane they were in and are attacked by Pyro and Berserker.
The wolf-guy is Hrimhari a wolf prince from Asgard, he and Rahne were eloping in the Rocky Mountains around Angel's winter home (and X-Force's base when they were attacked by Frost Giants.

The real kicker is Selene showing up in GENOSHA!!!! with her crew. She's with Wither, Blink (616 Blink is evil?) Caliban, the first Thunderbird (whoa!) and some other ones. This is gonna be veeeery interesting.
I thought 616 Blink was dead, guess not.

A second story follows with the return of Cypher (EEK!!). He speaks with binary language, since I assume due to the T-O Virus all the dead people have within them now. He helps the dead Hellions get into Utopia (obviously explaining how they got in) and then says he's been tasked to kill Magma. This continues into New Mutants.
I don't think it's due to the T-O Virus, just the writers are taking liberties with his powers.

The third story was...just...holy damn!!! :shock:

A week before this all began, Selene had Destiny! She brought her back to see if she would succeed. She is told as much. They put Selene back into a cell she was being held in, and then the surprise is shown. The blind girl that first showed up in Astonishing X-Men..... is Destiny's daughter! She gives her a message that "cannot be spoken out loud." But after she gives the messages, she regrets it and asks "What have I done?"


All three stories were wonderful, and the issue itself gets a 5/5. A must-read for X-fans definitely.
Blindfold is the girl's name.
 

ProjectX2

Don't expect me to take you with me when I go to s
"Bastion, the mutant-hating cyborg from the future, has used a specific kind of alien techno-organic or 'T-O' virus to revive many of the X-Men's enemies, including the villainous Leper Queen, Donald Pierce and others."

I think that sentence sums up why E hates the X-Men. :lol:
 

Zombipanda

My Boom-Boom's mostly gay
"Bastion, the mutant-hating cyborg from the future, has used a specific kind of alien techno-organic or 'T-O' virus to revive many of the X-Men's enemies, including the villainous Leper Queen, Donald Pierce and others."

I think that sentence sums up why E hates the X-Men. :lol:
:D I think it's a perfect summary of why everyone should hate X-Men!

I read the opening two issues of this. It's way too dense in continuity to have any sort of emotional resonance with me.
 
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