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• Last issue, Magneto made Rogue a daunting offer. In this FINAL ISSUE of X-MEN: LEGACY, Rogue faces the repercussions of her decision!

Story by Christos Gage
Art by David Baldeon & Jordi Tarragona
Colors by Rachelle Rosenberg
Letters by Cory Petit
Cover by Mark Brooks

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KenOchalek11/01/12NoRead Review
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  1. I’m not usually one to lament numbering changes, but I’ve realized that I’ve been in and out of this title several times throughout my comics reading history.

    First, at #1 by Jim Lee and Chris Claremont back in 1991 and all the way up through Age of Apocalypse. I think I bailed out somewhere around #50, but came back a few years later with Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely at #114 and the name change to New X-Men. And then I came back again during Mike Carey’s Supernovas arc with Chris Bachalo (under the original adjective-less) around #200. I wasn’t much into Carey’s run on the book when the title changed to X-Men: Legacy, but Marvel’s confusing Point One initiative and the X-Books ReGenesis branding brought me back yet again with #260.1.

    X-Men Legacy, indeed.

    • Gah! I tried to get clever with fake HTML tags to point out my corny, overdramatic closing line, but it didn’t work. Oh well.

    • I missed some of this series in the middle, but I still remember very well going out to buy #1 when I was a senior in high school. A couple friends bought it as well and we all sat around in awe at a brand new shiny X-Men book…and we also ended up watching the X-Men cartoon in college…so it had staying power back then.

    • I don’t usually lament numbering changes either, and I know it’s silly, but this one is a little bittersweet for me. I know that it doesnt’ really matter in the grand scheme of things and it must really boost sales because it happens so often, but I have been with this title for quite some time.

      I remember last year they announced that they were relaunching Uncanny about two days after I realized that it had become the longest running series to avoid re-numbering. I think there is something to be said for that kind of legacy (pun intended).

  2. I own every issue of this book and this book is the reason I read comics. Seemed to go out very weak.

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