• Fated to destroy mutantkind, Legion is desperate to learn if the predictions are true, so he makes a deal with the devil in his own mind to find answers.

• But what terrifying truth would drive David to take extreme measures…and undergo a procedure that would remove his mutant powers?

Story by Simon Spurrier
Art by Paul Davidson
Colors by Rachelle Rosenberg
Letters by Cory Petit
Cover by Mike Del Mundo

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  1. I re-read the previous 9 issues last week. This is a super-solid book that might really surprise a lot of readers who think they don’t like X-Men or Marvel books. While I don’t want to doomsay at all (I don’t have the first clue about how well this sells), I feel like this could become a book that doesn’t truly get its due until its already been given the chop. I really, really hope I’m wrong.

    • Anecdotal, but it sells pretty well at my shop. We order 25-30 copies and it generally sells out, or comes close to it. I’d say it sells better than Superior Spider-Man actually. It’s comparable to All New X-Men, where we get 35-40 copies now and a few are left.

      It’s such a great series. I’m glad it sells well here.

    • That is reassuring news, anecdotal or not.

  2. This series continues to have the best covers in comics. Marvel Now’s hidden gem, for sure. Who’d have ever thought that I’d enjoy a book with Legion as the central character?

  3. I liked Paul Davidson’s art on this book — the look is somewhere between Tan Eng Huat and Jorge Molina, and I thought it blended in nicely.

    And I love the way Si Spurrier is managing to make this feel like no other X-book, but without entirely ignoring all of the obvious and profound connections to that world. Well done.

    • Me too. This was a very good issue, and thus title is a very good point of reference for the other x books. It doesn’t try to hard to fit in with Uncanny and All-New, and because of that it has its own spot, nicely tucked in. How’d you feel about the big reveal of the yellow “Xavier.” I’m sure well learn more, but I gotta reread the series now that I know what it is. What its intentions are is a whole other story (???).

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