Dust settles over the rubble of Tokyo. What emerges, for better or worse, will define the next generation of mutantkind.

PLUS, as the survivors return to Utopia, there is a reckoning between Wolverine and Teon. One way or the other, it’s another unforgettable issue of Generation Hope.

Story by Kieron Gillen
Art by Salvador Espin & Scott Koblish
Colors by Frank Martin
Letters by Dave Sharpe
Cover by Olivier Coipel, Chris Sotomayor, Greg Land & Frank Martin

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Avg Rating: 3.7
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  1. Teon could not bore me more. Gillen is really going to have to pull a rabbit out of his hat to make me care about another feral mutant character. That aside, I am hopeful that this group will finally get rolling with this storyline. Is anyone else concerned that using Takio’s powers they might eventually Voltron together into a giant Generation Hope giant mutant? I can’t decide if that would be the most awesome thing ever or the most horrific idea since Marrow and Maggott.

  2. I really enjoyed the last issue!  I think Gillen is doing a fantastic job of characterizing Hope as the new mutant leader.  Issue 3 was basically her mutant manifesto that will replace Dr X and Scott Summers vision of the future for mutantkind.

  3. i like the cover.

  4. I keep trying to get into this comic but this future of mutant kind bores me to death. I really can’t care about any of these characters. I almost wish Hope would just go back to running from Bishop, and that was pretty lame, but I could at least get into the characters. I’d like to see something more in depth with Hope, exploring her powers and character more. unless it get’s good soon I am dropping it.

  5. Consistently my pick of the week, love this and the characters, and Gabriel is a total badass, Laurie has an interestng twist on flight, Kenji is visually amazing and I’m looking forward to what Gillen does with Teon

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