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"For me, the biggest challenge was limiting the number of X-Men on the team. There are so many great X-characters; it was honestly very difficult to narrow it down to a manageable size.

But it all came down to creating a team that felt classic and iconic but also fresh and new at the same time. There are elements of the roster that harken back to the classic [Chris] Claremont/[John] Byrne years, but also new developments with certain characters, like Old Man Logan and young Jean Grey that make these old relationships totally new again.
" - Jeff Lemire

Writer: Jeff Lemire
Artist: Humberto Ramos
Inker: Victor Olazaba
Colorist: Edgar Delgado

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THOR #374 has a Thor moment that might not be awesome or whatever, but I still think it pretty cool. Mainly because how Thor reacts to some very bad news. Guest-starring Angel, Cyclops and Marvel Girl!

Quoting Poe at the worst times. )
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thetrialofjeangreypart400

"Everyone has a judgment, but whose is right? Should Jean be held accountable for things that she has not done yet? Should she be stopped before it happens again? Is a crime a crime if the person who committed the crime hasn't committed it yet?" - Brian Michael Bendis

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Artist: Sara Pichelli & Stuart Immonen
Inkers: Sara Pichelli & Wade Von Grawbadger
Colorist: Justin Ponsor

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thetrialofjeangreypart200

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Artist: Stuart Immonen
Colorist: Marte Gracia

This will be a quick look at short crossover event between Guardians of the Galaxy and All-New X-Men, The Trial of Jean Grey.

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thetrialofjeangreypart100

Marvel.com: The Guardians usually find themselves on the other side of the law, yet their teaser word is "Judgment." Are they passing judgment on the X-Men or helping the teens escape judgment?

Brian Michael Bendis: Right there, that is the reason to tell the story. Everyone has a judgment, but whose is right? Should Jean be held accountable for things that she has not done yet? Should she be stopped before it happens again? Is a crime a crime if the person who committed the crime hasn't committed it yet?

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Artist: Sara Pichelli
Colorist: Justin Ponsor

This will be a quick look at short crossover event between Guardians of the Galaxy and All-New X-Men, The Trial of Jean Grey.

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We've wondered about Jean Grey's telepathic ethics. So here's another example of her using her telepathy in a way that is ethically questionable.

Spectacular Spider-Man #197, 198 and the first few pages of #199 are a team-up of Spider-Man and the original X-Men. Some time ago, Professor Aaron Power wanted Charles Xavier to restore his son, Matthew. Things did not go well.

Jean Grey and her telepathic ethics )

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