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X-Men: Regenesis

Updated on July 20, 2012

Team Wolverine and Team Cyclops Part Ways...

Throughout the month of October and towards the end of 2011, following the critical Schism between the mutants Cyclops and Wolverine, a split in their super-powered community is being resolved through a series of decisions that will alter the comic book landscape. This event is the quarter-long story called Regenesis

In this article, I'm going to cut it directly to the point; listed below will be a synopsis of the division, categorizing each of the known mutants into Team Cyclops or Team Wolverine (also known as Team Blue or Team Gold in some circles. Plots, summaries, some extra info - you name it; this should be a good landing page for anyone interested in the details behind the Regenesis.

X-Men Regenesis: Chapter 1 and Reading Order - Plots and Background Included

The Split between Cyclops and Wolverine, Regenesis #1
The Split between Cyclops and Wolverine, Regenesis #1

Starting up in October, I'm going to be following the event closely. I already picked up my recent copy of X-Men: Regenesis #1 and I'm preparing to outline the entire storyline. (Monday, October 17th, I plan on that update.)

Background: After facing anti-mutant sentiment from around the world, old Sentinel technology was released against them. In a final attack, The New Hellfire Club led by a 12-year old named Kade Kilgore, sent a new breed of the robot against Utopia. The X-Men succeeded in destroying the creature, but not before Scott and Logan took to blows. This was known as the event, X-Men: Schism.

001 X-Men: Regenesis #1 (One-Shot) (With the backdrop of a primitive standoff, Cyclops and Wolverine begin assembling members to their sides, ultimately going separate ways. Cyclops takes Utopia; Wolverine resurrects the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters.)

002 Generation Hope #12 (Occurs simultaneous with X-Men: Regenesis #1. Hope sends Idie with Wolverine to Westchester and has issues with the other members of her team.)

X-Men Regenesis: Chapter 2 - Wolverine Leaves San Francisco

Wolverine #17 (2011), excerpt
Wolverine #17 (2011), excerpt

The immediate event after the split up between the Summers Clan (Team Blue) and Logan's Clan (Team Gold) is an adventure in the Chinatown section of San Francisco. Wolverine is still considered the "Black Dragon" underworld boss and has to finish up some old business. In this series, he gets to team up with Gorilla Man.

003 Wolverine #17 (Wolverine returns, momentarily, to San Francisco to pick up some money and resign as the Chinatown Underwold Boss known as Black Dragon)

004 Wolverine #18 (Continues from Wolverine #17 in San Francisco.)

005 Wolverine #19 (Continues from Wolverine #18 and Logan finally ends up at the old Xavier School.)

X-Men Regenesis: Chapter 3 - The First Mutant Interlude

X-Men Legacy #259, excerpt. X-Men Regenesis
X-Men Legacy #259, excerpt. X-Men Regenesis

Since there's a shakeup in the mutant world, which basically starts at Utopia, there's going to be more decisions to be made. These few issues represent the first wave of those differences.

006 X-Men Legacy #259 (Rogue detects a unique mutant signature which appears to be Aerial. Blindfold is still present at Utopia. [Thanks to Taariq for noticing that discrepancy.])

007 Uncanny X-Men #544 (Bobby is the last to leave Utopia. Hank flies in and then leaves. The entire backdrop of this story reveals Mr. Sinister using this information and planning his next scheme.)

008 Avengers Academy #22 (Cyclops and Magneto make a trip to Avengers Academy. Noticeably, Erik doesn't appear to be under any accusations at this time, so this may be occurring before Magneto: Not A Hero #1.)

009 Magneto: Not A Hero #1 (Erik is framed for a terrorist attack and with the help of The White Queen, finds the culprit.)

010 X-23 #17 (The beginning of the story has Logan and Hellion discussing why he's chosen to stay at the school. It fits well with Regenesis.)

011 X-23 #18 (Continues X-23 #17.)

012 X-23 #19 (Continues and concludes from X-23 #18.)

Wolverine and the X-Men #1 (2011), excerpt
Wolverine and the X-Men #1 (2011), excerpt

X-Men Regenesis: Chapter 4

Those who left...

This is a synopsis of those heroes who moved on to the new school. It takes place after Wolverine's encounter in San Francisco and encompasses their first adventure back in Westchester.

013 Wolverine and The X-Men #1 (Logan and Kitty escort a committee through their school which is now officially named The Jean Grey School For Higher Learning.

014 Wolverine and The X-Men #2 (Continues from Wolverine and The X-Men #1. The School is under attack.)

015 Wolverine and The X-Men #3 (Conclusion of the attack on the school. Continues from Wolverine and The X-Men #2.)

016 X-Men Legacy #260 (Rogue saves Ariel, both decides to join Wolverine's School, and they teleport there after it's been destroyed in Wolverine and The X-Men #1-3.)

017 Marvel Holiday Magazine 2011 ("Logan's Lost Lesson", a short story where Wolverine teaches some of the students Hockey in the Winter.)

X-Men Regenesis: Chapter 5 - Cyclops and his Uncanny X-Men Teams of Utopia

Uncanny X-Men #544, excerpt
Uncanny X-Men #544, excerpt

This section is still being implemented and is waiting for more chronological markers. Until they become apparent, the Reading Order is still fluid.

018 New Mutants #33 (Danielle Moonstar takes the mutants to 1128 Mission Street in San Francisco so they can have their independence. With her: X-Man, Cypher, Warlock, Magma and Sunspot.)

019 New Mutants #34 (Danielle and her team begin to hunt for Blink. This story does not crossover into any other titles.)

020 New Mutants #35 (Continues from New Mutants #34.)

021 New Mutants #36 (Continues from New Mutants #35. The mutants finish their battle against the chaotic force and Blink officially decides to go to Wolverine's School.)

022 X-Men #20 (It's not firm, but Storm, Colossus, Jubilee, Psylocke, Warpath and Domino appear to be on a mission before the events of Uncanny X-Men #1. It does not appear the extinction team has had their first meeting.)

023 X-Men #21 (Continues from X-Men #20.)

024 X-Men #22 (Continues from X-Men #21.)

025 X-Men #23 (Concludes from X-Men #22. Jubilee meets Raizo and leaves the team.)

026 Generation Hope #13 (Hope and her team vs. Cyclops and crew. Then she begins a mutant tracking mission.)

027 Generation Hope #14 (Continues from GH #13.)

028 Generation Hope #15 (Continuing from GH #14, the team bring Sebastian Shaw to Utopia, causing Cyclops and the rest to freak out. Tensions break open and the issue is packed with fights and scuffles and they figure out what to do with one of their most hated enemies.)

029 Uncanny X-Men #1 (Cyclops builds an extinction team with Colossus, Magick, Namor, Magneto, White Queen, Storm, Danger and Hope. They face Mr. Sinister as his plans unfold.)

030 Uncanny X-Men #2 (Continues from Uncanny X-Men #1.)

031 Uncanny X-Men #3 (Concludes from Uncanny X-Men #2)

X-Men Regenesis: Chapter 6 - Extracurricular Assignments and Missions

Xmen #260.1, excerpt
Xmen #260.1, excerpt

As the Regenesis event begins to come to an end, there are some outer fringes left unkempt. These issues are the last vestiges of the mutant shakeup and tie off some of the older stories while beginning some of the new.

Wolverine's Side

032 X-Men Legacy #260.1 (The Jean Grey School is attacked by the N'Garai, demonic creatures that were barricaded until recent. Rogue, Gambit and others attempt to quietly quell the invasion while the students remain in class.)

033 Uncanny X-Force #19 (The other dimension Nightcrawler joins their team. Angel and the young version of Apocalypse joins the School controlled by Wolverine.)

034 Wolverine and the X-Men #4 (After X-Force, where the young Apocalypse and Angel are now part of the Jean Grey School.)

035 X-Factor #230 (Wolverine shows up after some dissension in the ranks and brings in Havok and Polaris for leadership. He tells the team he is putting them on retainer.)

Cyclops' Side

036 X-Club #1 (Cyclops and his science team dedicate a tethered satellite with unexpected results. [The rest of this limited series is not considered Regenesis.])

037 Astonishing X-Men #44 (Exalted: Part I: This story currently has no references and seems like a futuristic encounter with Cyclops in an alternate dimension.)

038 Astonishing X-Men #45 (Exalted: Part II: Continues from Astonishing X-Men #44.)

039 Astonishing X-Men #46 (Exalted: Part III: Continues from Astonishing X-Men #45.)

Mutant: Identify Yourself. Regenesis: Occurring - You must now pick a side.

X-Men Regenesis: Choose a side
X-Men Regenesis: Choose a side

As a mutant (most of us who read comics are proud to be called mutants. I know I am.) it is time for you to come to terms with your outlook on life. There's a split in the mutant community; perhaps once in a lifetime you thought Cyclops was a great leader. Or maybe you were compelled to follow the trail of Wolverine.

No longer will that do. It's time to walk the walk. In this poll, you'll be given two choices. You will either go with Wolverine to Xavier's School For Gifted Youngsters or stay with Cyclops on the Island of Utopia.

What will you do?

In the aftermath of the Schism, the regenesis has begun. What choice have you made?

See results
Cyclops will be with The Uncanny X-Men
Cyclops will be with The Uncanny X-Men

Cyclops' Roster for X-Men: Regenesis

They'll be starring in the Uncanny X-Men series.

The following mutants have decided to remain on Utopia with Cyclops. They are:

Psylocke (She's given control over the Island's defenses and will be used in rooting out spies.)

Colossus (With his new Juggernaut-enhanced powers, he feels his place is on Utopia instead of being around children.)

Magneto (He has no desire or philosophy for the school to exist.)

Hope (She shows no intention of leaving and continues to believe in her father's cause.)

Transonic (Stays with Hope's team.)

Dani Moonstar (Shows no indication she wants to go.)

Dazzler (Scott convinces her to run some of the "street teams" of mutants...whatever that means.)

Prodigy (Doesn't see Wolverine's idea helping mutants free themselves from persecution.)

Namor (Wants to be around people who will fight for their cause.)

Danger (Wants to be where the criminals are.)

Doctor Nemesis (Prefers the lab at Utopia.)

Magik (Is imprisoned on Utopia.)

Celeste Cuckoo (Will stay on Utopia because Quentin Quire is going to Westchester.)

Avalanche (Has a bar in San Francisco and likes it.)

Storm (Ororo still believes in Xavier's dream and doesn't like what Scott is doing, but is convinced to stay as a sort of moral compass.)

The White Queen (Emma is a teacher at heart, but she has funded the raising of Utopia and will remain for awhile longer. But not because of her relationship with Scott.)

In Generation Hope #12:

Pixie (Hope specifically convinces Megan to stay and help her get to mutants in need.)

Hope's team, without Idie, seems to be fine remaining with her on Utopia.

Wolverine and the X-Men
Wolverine and the X-Men

Wolverine's Roster for X-Men: Regenesis

His team will star in the Wolverine and the X-Men series.

The following mutants have decided to join Wolverine and head towards the eastern side of the US where Xavier's School For Gifted Youngsters resides. They are:

Iceman (Wolverine approaches him first and wants him to teach.)

Shadowcat (She has a sentiment towards the school where she was originally trained.)

Beast (Hank McCoy is a big proponent of teaching, research, and has always wanted to resurrect the school.)

Rogue (Her story unfolds in X-Men Legacy #259-260.)

Ariel (After Rogue brings her back, she follows her to Wolverine's school.)

Polaris and Havok (Wolverine convinces them to come after he mentions the "X-Factor Investigations".)

Idie (Hope convinces Idie to go with Wolverine where she'll do more good than harm.)

Cannonball (Sam decides to go because he doesn't feel his head "is in a good place".)

Hellion (Doesn't like how he's required to act on Utopia.)

Blindfold (Is asked, and merely states she's heading to Westchester.)

Rachel Summers (Just got back from space and didn't know the school had closed.)

Quentin Quire (Realizes he'll be chained up if he stays on Utopia.)

X-23 (Wolverine doesn't give her a choice, but we later learn she ends up at Avengers Academy.)

Martha Johansson (I might be wrong, but she says nothing and remains a floating brain over books.)

Frenzy (Doesn't want to see Cyclops and Emma Frost flirt, so she's going to Westchester.)

Gambit (Remy is looking for a change of scenery.)

Toad (Convinces Wolverine to let him go. Plus he'll do janitor work.)

In New Mutants #33, we learn:

Face (Shan says that's where he belongs.)

Karma (Says she belongs wherever face goes.)

X-men: Regenesis Checklist

The following issues are expected to be comprised of the X-Men: Regenesis event. This list will be updated accordingly and released issues will be colored bold.

October 2011

X-Men: Regenesis #1 (Oct. 12, 2011)

Generation Hope #12 (Oct 12, 2011)

Wolverine #17 (Oct. 19, 2011)

Uncanny X-Men #544 (Oct. 19, 2011)

Wolverine and The X-Men #1 (Oct. 26, 2011) - Wolverine's side.

November 2011

New Mutants #33 (Nov 2, 2011)

The Uncanny X-Men #1 (Nov. 2, 2011) - Cyclop's side.

X-Men #20 (Nov 2, 2011)

Magneto: Not A Hero #1 (Nov 10, 2011) (Wasn't scheduled for Regenesis, but turns out that it's carrying the logo on its cover.)

Wolverine #18 (Nov 10, 2011)

Avengers Academy #22 (Nov 16, 2011)

Generation Hope #13 (Nov 16,2011)

New Mutants #34 (Nov 16, 2011)

X-23 #17 (Nov 16, 2011) (Isn't slotted as Regenesis, but has some good material for the event.)

X-Men #21 (Nov 16, 2011)

Astonishing X-Men #44 (Nov 23, 2011)

Marvel Holiday Magazine 2011 (Nov 23, 2011)

Wolverine and The X-Men #2 (Nov 23, 2011)

Uncanny X-Men #2 (Nov 30,2011)

Wolverine #19 (Nov 30, 2011)

X-Men Legacy #259 (Nov 30, 2011)

December 2011

X-Club #1 (Dec 07, 2011)

X-23 #18 (Dec 07, 2011) (Not really Regenesis, but continues her part of concurrent adventure.)

X-Men #22 (Dec 07, 2011)

Magneto: Not a Hero #2 (Dec 14, 2011)

Generation Hope #14 (Dec 21, 2011)

New Mutants #35 (Dec 21, 2011)

Uncanny X-Force #19 (Dec 21, 2011)

Uncanny X-Men #3 (Dec 21, 2011)

Wolverine and the X-Men #3 (Dec 21, 2011)

X-23 #19 (Dec 21, 2011) (Not much for Regenesis, but concludes her adventure.)

Astonishing X-Men #45 (Dec 28, 2011)

X-Men Legacy #260 (Dec 28, 2011)

January 2012

X-Men #23 (Jan 4, 2012)

Wolverine and The X-Men #4 (Jan 11, 2012)

X-Factor #230 (Jan 11, 2012)

X-Men Legacy #260.1 (Jan 11, 2012)

Generation Hope #15 (Jan 18, 2012)

New Mutants #36 (Jan 18, 2012)

Astonishing X-Men #46 (Jan 25, 2012)

February 2012

Astonishing X-Men #47 (Feb 29, 2012) (Should conclude the Exalted story arc and Regenesis.)

Last Update

Feb 05, 2012

Disclaimer: The Reading Order is now finalized.

2012/02/05 - Added Astonishing X-Men #46 and am preparing to end the event.

2012/01/21 - Updated the Reading Order with New Mutants #36 and Generation Hope #15.

2012/01/14 - Updated the Reading Order and added a new section as the chronology starts to settle down.

2012/01/05 - Added new issues to the Reading Order.

2011/12/30 - Updated the Reading Order.

2011/12/23 - Checked and updated the Reading Order.

2011/12/10 - Updated Reading Order.

2011/11/25 - Updated Reading Order.

2011/11/18 - Added a couple more issues to the Reading Order with Taariq's help. Thanks, my friend.

2011/11/17 - Updated the Reading Order.

2011/11/10 - Updated the Reading Order.

2011/11/03 - Updated Reading Order and added some art.

2011/10/19 - Added a couple titles to Reading Order and two Rosters, dividing the team.

2011/10/14 - Created the page and established the checklist. The main update comes Monday next week.

Greetings,

If you have any information regarding the X-Men: Regenesis event or see a mistake, please let me know. Feel free to offer any critique; your opinions are welcome.

X-Men: Regenesis Comments - All welcome.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Wil you continue X-Club and Magneto: Not a Hero? And I know Uncanny X-Men #4 doesn't fit into the criteria for Regenesis but it does follow when Sinisters leves the X-Men in #3 and explains how he had the Hive Mind to create the Sinister Village.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @BlakeCzirr: Great. Thanks for the update!

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      BlakeCzirr 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Hey Matt,

      It's looking like Astonishing X-Men #47 concludes the Exalted Story Arc, so I'm going to finish up Regenesis on Feb 29 with that one issue. Thanks for checking in, my friend.

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      BlakeCzirr 5 years ago

      @anonymous: I'm preparing to add the Exalted Story Arc from Astonishing X-Men #46, when that ends, I believe we'll have a conclusion.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @BlakeCzirr: Are all the arcs finished? Is your reading order done?

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      BlakeCzirr 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Thanks for your question. I basically had two criteria for adding issues to this event: #1) it had to have the REGENESIS banner on its cover, or 2) the issue had to complete a story arc that was already within the event.

      Of Uncanny X-Men #4 and #5, neither issue had the banner and their story arc concluded with issue #3. Take care, Ber79; appreciate you dropping in.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Why Uncanny X-Men 4 and 5 are not in the list?

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @BlakeCzirr: Yeah, I knew that was coming up. Not sure if I'll follow it as closely as Regenesis, but good to know you've got it covered if I do. Thanks!

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      BlakeCzirr 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Appreciate the shout-out, Matt. Btw, the upcoming event is Avengers vs. X-Men.

      https://hubpages.com/games-hobbies/avengers-vs-x-m

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Just wanted to say great job on the work with the reading order. I've used this arc to get back into the X-Men after a 15-year comic book hiatus and your list has been a great help in helping collect all the issues. Thanks and keep up the good work.

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      BlakeCzirr 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Looked the issues over and I see your points. Btw, I don't have X-Men #24, so not sure if you have info I haven't received yet. (let me know, my friend.) Still, the X-Men #20-23 series point is valid. I recently moved it up the timeline in January, so this might have already helped a bit. And while it could still go higher, it's mostly basically sitting behind what happens with Wolverine and the X-Men.

      On the Avengers Academy point, I found the dialogue to which you are referring. My January "fix" was a good sized one, and I hope it kind of settles things down. And Scott is really only saying that Wolverine has started up his own school, which we knew immediately after the Schism.

      Let me know if you can't see the Reading Order up there working in it's present format. Part of the problem is I've changed it once, kinda dramatically, and didn't read your Jan. 2 post. (My fault on that.) For the most part, I see this Reading Order working out with the typically variances that Marvel likes to keep throwing at us.

      As always, great to hear from you, Taariq. Later, bro.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Hi. I checked the end of X-Men: Legacy #260 and when Ariel and Rogue are looking through the portal door we see the school ruins. But the sign on the side states it is Xaviers School for Gifted Youngsters. So maybe this issue is before Wolverine and the X-Men? I mean there were a lot of people we did not see yet in the first 3 issues and the may have just kept Rogue out till the end of Legacy #260.

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      BlakeCzirr 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Hey Taariq. I don't know if I responded to this comment previously or not, so I'm taking another look at it and will figure out something reasonable. Wish I had read your points earlier, but I missed this.

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      BlakeCzirr 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Thanks for checking in; here's what I'm looking for when I follow the Alpha/Omega series. First off, I'm looking for Aerial and Rogue. If they appear, or are notably absent, then this all happens before X-Men Legacy #260.

      Second, I'm watching for signs of Angel and the new Apocalypse. If they appear, it's after Wolverine and the X-Men #4.

      So far, none of those characters have shown up and I'm thinking it belongs after Wolverine and the X-Men #3.

      The only reason I didn't implement it into the Reading Order is because it lacked the Regenesis banner. I'll keep an eye on it and perhaps that will change. Appreciate you stopping by; let me know if you find anything.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Thank you for your very useful work. Do you know where the mini-series "Wolverine & the X-Men : Alpha and Omega" fit in the regenesis timeline ?

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Thank you for the up-to-date timeline!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: I meant Uncanny X-Men #1 not X-Men #1

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Hey. I was looking over the reading order and I noticed something. Shouldn't X-Men #20-24 occur closer to the top? So far its the only book to deal with the Sentinal that came out the Schism. So Scott sent the team to clean that up and they are back way before X-Men #1. It just seems like something that happen early on. And then looking at Avengers Academy #22 would it not come after Wolverine aand the X-Men first arc as it is implied that the school is up and running normally now and with the W&TX arc they still do not have the permit to run the school. That would imply that the Magneto would also accur later on in the reading order. Just a few thoughts I had.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @BlakeCzirr: Can I get the weblink to your site please?

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      BlakeCzirr 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Fixed the first error. And I'll be on standby with Wolverine and The X-Men #4. See you soon with that one.

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      BlakeCzirr 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Sorry to catch your comments late. Don't have any of those links yet, but on my website (The Superheroes List) I'm going back and doing projects for older stories. I'll be listening my projects starting January.

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      BlakeCzirr 5 years ago

      @anonymous: You could be right, but I don't recall seeing anything of Ariel or Rogue mentioned during Wolverine and The X-Men #1-3. And it's also very possible that the writer of #260 messed up. You make a good point, but I have a hard time thinking they would have left Rogue out of the first adventure if she were actually there.

      The way I look at it, you just accept that the sign is a remnant. But I'll do some more looking in to it. You caught a good one.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Uncanny X-Men #2 does not seem to be in the reading order and it follows on from Uncanny X-Men #1. And Uncanny X-Force apparently has stornd links to Wolverine & the X-Men #4 the will only be out in about a months time so its possition may move further up.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Hey. How are you? I was waiting for your update. Thank you! I'm just wondering, do you have any past reading orders for older X-Men stories? I'm looking for Divided We Stand and Manifest Destiny. I know they are more like general themes that are carried in all the different titles but is there some kind of order the which titles come first then? Any help would be amazing! Thank you.

      And something I've been wondering about. In the new Wolverine #20 arc The Kingpin is incharge on the Hand but in Shattered Heroes Osborn has The Hand within his control. SO am I missing something or should I just wait for the arc to finish before I place them in some order?

      From the looks of it, Regenesis will continue till about Feb/March and then we should either see each title having its own stories to follow or will they be tied into the Avenger Vs. X-Men story?

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      BlakeCzirr 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Good points; I especially made a note about X-23. You're right. Let me do some reading on the X-Men Legacy; the argument you make about Blindfold still being there is spot on.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Hey again. Why did you put X-Men:Legacy at number 20 on the list? Part of the book is shared with the oneshot X-Men:Regenesis and some of the mutants like Blindfold are still on Utopia and haven't left for the Jean Grey School yet. So would it not go highter?

      And I know we implimented X-23 #17 on the list because of the dialoge Hellion and Wolverine have, and because the books setting takes place after the split but will you be implimenting X-23 #18 too them? I know by issue #20 X-23 goes to Utopia to pick a side.

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      BlakeCzirr 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Yeah; I saw the scratchmarks and read some reviews. My only cause for caution is that those references are during a Dream-Virtual Reality segment. Emma Frost is behind the hallucination so it's not present time.

      Still, you might be right; what I'll have to do is wait until #45, maybe even #46 for a chrono-marker. Also, I'm looking for a relevant marker in Uncanny X-Men #1 and this issue. Let me know if you find one.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      @BlakeCzirr: Hey. I meant that I think Astonishing X-Men #44 come just after the split. We see Cyclops getting tested by Dr Rio and he still has Wolverine's claw marks on his back. I assume this happens before Uncanny X-Men #1 and X-Men #20, but after Uncanny X-Men #544.

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      BlakeCzirr 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Are you referencing Astonishing X-Men #43? I'll look it up.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Hey. I read Astonishing X-Men that is part of Regenesis (tag on the cover) and I assume it happens just after the Regenesis one shot. Scot is seen with his wounds from the battle with Logan. And there is a Marvel Holiday Magazine that has Logan's Lost Lesson and it takes place after Schism but doesn't have a Regenesis on the cover. Maybe have a look and see where it can be implimented if possible.

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      BlakeCzirr 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Hey Taariq, thanks for all your insight; I really appreciate what you're doing. Let me know if you ever build your own stuff and I'll link to some of it. It's the least I can do.

      Now that you mention it, I think I'll add a section showing off all the separate teams, specifically. It'll look good with some excerpt artwork.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Very glad to help where I can. Just to update the Cyclops Roster from the back of Uncanny X-Men #1:

      Extinction Team (Uncanny X-Men): Cyclops, Storm, Emma Frost, Magneto, Namor, Colossus, Hope Summers, Danger, & Magik

      X-Club/ Science Team: Dr. Nemesis, Kavita Rao, Madison Jefferies, & Danger

      Security Recon (X-Men): Storm, Psylocke, Domino, Warpath, Jubilee

      Street Team: Dazzler, Boom Boom, Lifeguard

      Clean-Up (New Mutants): Dani Moonstar, Cypher, Magma, Sunspot, X-Man & Warlock

      Gen Hope: Hope Summers, Pixie, Zero, Primal, Transonic & Velocidad

      Recruits: Prodigy, Stepford Cuckoos, Crosta, Dust, Loa, Martha Johannson &

      and according to X-Men: Regenesis #1:

      Avalanche remains in San Francisco/ Utopia.

      This list is fluid as we assume Blink will join the New Mutants and Sabastian Shaw will join the Gen Hope. Hope it helps for now.

      I haven't done one for Wolverines team but I know the list is at the back of Wolverine & the X-Men #1

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      BlakeCzirr 6 years ago

      @anonymous: That's score 2 for you. (Yes, I'll be putting Avengers Academy up.) Hey Taariq, thanks again for dropping by; that X-23 advice will really help me make a more complete reading order. Take care, bro!

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      BlakeCzirr 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Wow. Thanks for pointing that out. I actually have a copy of X-23, but haven't had a chance to read it yet. I'll look it over and probably indoctrinate it since there's a relevance. Thanks Taariq.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      And, Avengers Academy #22 has the ReGenesis title on the cover. So will yoou be implimenting it here as well?

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Hey. Are you going to include X-23 #17 - Misadventures in Babysitting in the ReGenesis list? I know it doesn't have the reGenesis title on the cover but it seems to occur after the school opens and before X-23 makes her official decision on which side she picks.

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      BlakeCzirr 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Hey Taariq, just noticed your message.

      This page will follow the story arcs as long as they work within the Regenesis event. (Which means I'm not sure how far I'll go into each title.)

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Thanks for this page also. Will you continue to follow the X-Men after ReGenesis? And just to be clear, this page will follow each book for its first story arc and not just one issue?