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Generation Hope: The Future's a Four-Lettered Word ❴BOOKS❵ ✮ Generation Hope: The Future's a Four-Lettered Word Author Kieron Gillen – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Spinning directlyout of UNCANNY X MEN comes the most important new X Book in years GENERATION HOPE When Hope Summers returned from the future she triggered the rebirth of the mutant gene Five lights a Spinning directlyout of UNCANNY The Future's PDF ´ X MEN comes the most important new Generation Hope: Kindle - X Book in years GENERATION HOPE When Hope Summers returned from the Hope: The Future's ePUB ☆ future she triggered the rebirth of the mutant gene Five lights appeared on Cerebra and five mutants powers came to life, but their activations have been chaotic and dangerous, nearly killing each of them Now, Hope joins Cyclops, Wolverine and the fifth light But will this new light be a hero or a villain.

    Generation Hope: The Future's a Four-Lettered Word MOBI on Cerebra and five mutants powers came to life, but their activations have been chaotic and dangerous, nearly killing each of them Now, Hope joins Cyclops, Wolverine and the fifth light But will this new light be a hero or a villain."/>
  • Paperback
  • 152 pages
  • Generation Hope: The Future's a Four-Lettered Word
  • Kieron Gillen
  • English
  • 19 June 2019
  • 0785147195

About the Author: Kieron Gillen

Kieron Gillen is a The Future's PDF ´ comic book writer and former media journalist.



10 thoughts on “Generation Hope: The Future's a Four-Lettered Word

  1. Paul E. Morph Paul E. Morph says:

    Artwork 3 starsStory 2 starsA somewhat derivative opening salvo to Generation Hope s new book Uh, were they counting on none of their readers having read or seen Akira or was this supposed to be some kind of homage to it The story did get better once they left Tokyo, which is why I m rounding up to 3 stars rather than down to 2.Here s hoping volume 2 is better

  2. Terence Terence says:

    Hope s status as the Mutant Messiah appears completely warranted The new mutants since Hope have had problems with their powers and Hope s touch stabilizes them She had little trouble with the first four new mutants, but the fifth is a different story entirely.The Future is a Four Letter Word has an interesting start as Hope, Cyclops, Wolverine, Rogue, and four of the lights the first five new mutants are referred to as lights have to fight a newly emerged mutant who is particularly dangerou Hope s status as the Mutant Messiah appears completely warranted The new mutants since Hope have had problems with their powers and Hope s touch stabilizes them She had little trouble with the first four new mutants, but the fifth is a different story entirely.The Future is a Four Letter Word has an interesting start as Hope, Cyclops, Wolverine, Rogue, and four of the lights the first five new mutants are referred to as lights have to fight a newly emerged mutant who is particularly dangerous.It s interesting seeing how quickly the four lights follow Hope in the face of potential death.The volume was OK Three of the five lights havefamiliar mutations Two have powers with no physical change and the other has powers and a physical change The other two lights are quite different as one is entirely primitive and instinctual while the other is very much monstrous I don t feel as though I learned much about any of them so far so hopefully there will bedevelopment in subsequent volumes Hope is interesting as she even has advice to give Professor X All in all Generation Hope is off to a solid start

  3. Artemy Artemy says:

    Generation Hope is one of Kieron Gillen s earliest Marvel works, and it comes from a very confusing time for X Men I won t even pretend to understand everything that was going on with the mutants at the time, but it all comes down to House of M and Scarlet Witch, who wiped out the mutant genes from the world or something, so now new mutants don t appear any Except they do, they just need Hope Summers to help their powers manifest.Hope herself has a very complicated story, but kudos to Marv Generation Hope is one of Kieron Gillen s earliest Marvel works, and it comes from a very confusing time for X Men I won t even pretend to understand everything that was going on with the mutants at the time, but it all comes down to House of M and Scarlet Witch, who wiped out the mutant genes from the world or something, so now new mutants don t appear any Except they do, they just need Hope Summers to help their powers manifest.Hope herself has a very complicated story, but kudos to Marvel they actually put a multi page explanation of her origin in the back of the first issue, so I didn t feel too lost while reading this comic Again, this is why I love Marvel, and why I never seem to be able to get into DC s backlog of comics they just don t care about explaining things.Story wise, the book is pretty simple Hope s team of new mutants, or lights , as they re called here, go to Tokyo to help yet another new mutant with his powers But they re too late, he s out of control and has gone full Akira the resemblance is uncanny It s an OK story, but Gillen s dialogue and character work make it a fun ride nonetheless.The artwork, sadly, is pretty terrible throughout almost the whole book From covers to the interior, it looks very mediocre and uninspired, with one notable exception The last issue of this collection was done by Jamie McKelvie and Matt Wilson, again, one of their earliest Marvel collaborations with Gillen This is the best issue of the volume, the one where the characters start to click together and the story gains some momentum Because you can never go wrong with Gillen, McKelvie and Wilson, they re one of the best creative teams in comics Overall, I enjoyed the first volume of Generation Hope It s fun, accessible, and just has a good X Men comic vibe about it, which can be really hard to come by, especially in the modern era Marvel

  4. James DeSantis James DeSantis says:

    TheI read about Hope theI like her A Badass teenager who has to carry the entire mutant future on her back How can you not be interested This volume is mostly a huge fight Hope has gather the future mutants, the lights , as she calls it Once gathering them one of them transforms to a Godzilla like monster Together they band together, with the X Men as well, to stop him The last issue is really about Hope building her band of fighters and going on the search to findmutan TheI read about Hope theI like her A Badass teenager who has to carry the entire mutant future on her back How can you not be interested This volume is mostly a huge fight Hope has gather the future mutants, the lights , as she calls it Once gathering them one of them transforms to a Godzilla like monster Together they band together, with the X Men as well, to stop him The last issue is really about Hope building her band of fighters and going on the search to findmutants Good Hope is still badass, as always She takes no shit from anyone, raised by cable to survive, she does just that The band of lights is pretty cool Each very different, and all young, so get new mutants type vibe there I also thought the end built up for, hopefully, and exciting future for this series Bad The big fight to bring everyone together has been done so many times can t help feel a little bored Also, the art isn t the best Not bad but just kind of blend Overall it s pretty solid fun If like Hope this comic worth reading for that alone It could be better plotting and art but it s pretty fun regardless A 3 out of 5

  5. Judah Radd Judah Radd says:

    For my full interview with Kieron Gillen, follow this link cool This story carries the torch from Second Coming as we follow Hope and her team of lights These are the first new mutants small m and n that we met during Fractions s UXM run This is basically the first time we really start to see them gel.Hope is a cool character I ve liked her for a while now, but it s fun to see her develop in the new roll as team lead She stands up to everyone here Cyk For my full interview with Kieron Gillen, follow this link cool This story carries the torch from Second Coming as we follow Hope and her team of lights These are the first new mutants small m and n that we met during Fractions s UXM run This is basically the first time we really start to see them gel.Hope is a cool character I ve liked her for a while now, but it s fun to see her develop in the new roll as team lead She stands up to everyone here Cyke, Emma, Magneto, Rogue, Wolverine she has a very ok boomer vibe to her and she doesn t let these oldass X Men push her around.I m not sure if it s even supposed to be subtle, but anyone who knows fuckall knows that she is accessing the Phoenix That can t end well.Besides hope, there s a whole new cast of characters for us to fall in love with, and they are a pleasure to watch Salva Espin and Jamie McKelvie draw us a great comic witj incendiary action layouts and intensely drawn characters Keep it up This is a good series for any X fan

  6. Mike Mike says:

    Gillen starts us off with a detailed examination of different characters introspection in motion, which I like they re not sitting around moping and taking about what they wish they were doing maudlin low budget TV drama style , but acting and considering who they are in the act I m fascinated by the mad philosophies of the villain interesting turns of phrase, both evocative and intelligible at the same time Gillen writes some interesting words when he has the inclination And has a pret Gillen starts us off with a detailed examination of different characters introspection in motion, which I like they re not sitting around moping and taking about what they wish they were doing maudlin low budget TV drama style , but acting and considering who they are in the act I m fascinated by the mad philosophies of the villain interesting turns of phrase, both evocative and intelligible at the same time Gillen writes some interesting words when he has the inclination And has a pretty good handle too on how teens would think and talk at least from what little I remember.My biggest complaint about Gillen s and others writing of newish X Men they all give Hope an incredibly sophisticated and self aware vocabulary and speech pattern Here s a girls who was raised since birth by a gruff, apparently none too talkative soldier, who was mostly alone with him her whole life, and who otherwise only had contact with post apocalyptic marauders, scavengers and freaks Then she returned to the 21st century and has spent less than a year among a band of freaky mutants.Shouldn t she have some verbal and thinking limitations A narrow vocabulary, a bias towards military analogies, maybe a limited range of emotional expression Hell I m in my fourth decade and I m still amassing tools to express what s going on in my head Jodie Foster s character in Nell couldn t speak a word of English after being raised by a stroke victim, and I ll offer that Cable s not too far off intellectually.Despite that and the Saturday morning cartoon quality of the art , there s enough potentia and thoughtl being woven into this to keep me interested in readingfrom Gillen And that s probably in part due to the interview included in the book, that helps us understand what Gillen s up to and hints at what s in store.3 stars for execution, 1 for the groundwork and promise laid down here

  7. Drown Hollum Drown Hollum says:

    Generation Hope proves to be a very center of the road X book, with the handicap of having to introduce new characters into the fold It s difficult to get readers to buy into new mutants, and none of the new characters get any significant lime light time, failing for me at least to build any attachment to them in the five issues we are allowed The are is all fun, despite some questionable colors towards the end and Jamie McKelvie even shows up to pencil an enjoyable fifth issue, so that s Generation Hope proves to be a very center of the road X book, with the handicap of having to introduce new characters into the fold It s difficult to get readers to buy into new mutants, and none of the new characters get any significant lime light time, failing for me at least to build any attachment to them in the five issues we are allowed The are is all fun, despite some questionable colors towards the end and Jamie McKelvie even shows up to pencil an enjoyable fifth issue, so that s a pleasure The villain was also an interesting Akira esque flesh monster, that made for some really interesting scenes, especially considering Hope s mimic power Generation Hope is a fine companion book to Uncanny, but doesn t do enough to get a real recommendation as a stand alone work If you want to read Gillen writing a teen team, seek out the vastly superior Young Avengers series

  8. C C says:

    I m still continuing my great x read of 2017 2018 and I am WAY behind on reviews due to a move and limited down time I will be updating everything I have read in the meantime with tiny or nonexistent reviews so I can catch up againAfter the absolutely amazing crossovers that led us to where we are with Hope, what a disappointment this is Somehow I read this before The birth of Generation Hope so maybe that will make this better but oof Hope comes across completely different than she I m still continuing my great x read of 2017 2018 and I am WAY behind on reviews due to a move and limited down time I will be updating everything I have read in the meantime with tiny or nonexistent reviews so I can catch up againAfter the absolutely amazing crossovers that led us to where we are with Hope, what a disappointment this is Somehow I read this before The birth of Generation Hope so maybe that will make this better but oof Hope comes across completely different than she did with Cable, the new mutants seem pointless Oh, she has the abilities of Iceman and Pyro Wow or stupid He s a freaking dog Really This was just so disappointing on so many levels.Oh, and someone watched Akira a few too many times

  9. Jesse Jesse says:

    The first pure Gillen in my readthrough The art in this one is really good The characters definitely play to Gillen s strength, he s just great at writing young people Young Avengers anyone Wicked Divine Hope is becomingof a character here, and her team the lights are gaining individual personalities as well The newest addition, Kenji, is a fascinating character A Japanese artist who goes full on Akira references The last issue is actually by Jamie McKelvie, and includes some The first pure Gillen in my readthrough The art in this one is really good The characters definitely play to Gillen s strength, he s just great at writing young people Young Avengers anyone Wicked Divine Hope is becomingof a character here, and her team the lights are gaining individual personalities as well The newest addition, Kenji, is a fascinating character A Japanese artist who goes full on Akira references The last issue is actually by Jamie McKelvie, and includes some great Charles Erik conversation too So yeah, a very promising start I d read this one before, but with less of the context, and I look forward to where it goes

  10. J. J. says:

    Here s our decennial batch of new mutants I didn t find this to be a very good start the power set is rather bland, the key concept that Hope needs to get to them doesn t make much sense, and the whole book just fell rather flat for me But it s early yet we ll see if it can redeem itself.

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