Another book that’s soon to be cancelled, and it’s a shame. But it does make sense, with Hope being at the very centre of Avengers Vs. X-Men, she doesn’t really need her own book. This issue dealt really well with the nature vs. nurture debate about Sebastian Shaw. Cyclops doesn’t trust him and still sees the man who corrupted his wife and fucked his current girlfriend, but Hope just sees a mutant in need of help. Tim Green II did a good job on the art, but it was weird seeing him draw people again after months of just doing talking Raccoons and Trees. I also really liked the scene where a bunch of minor mutants like Random confronted Hope’s team, annoyed at the preferential treatment they get. Asmus did well here, he managed to do a bit of meta-commentary but not go over-board with it, and really, both sides had a point. And now it looks like Kenji has gone full-time evil… that’s going to be creepy for sure.