Why? Resurrecting a book from the zenith of X-book sales is a no-brainer in the numbers game but surely getting Jim Lee back on X-Men would have been the wiser choice, rather than opting for the critical nadir of the original X-Force team. Fabian Niceza is back to reclaim his mantle as the poor-man's Scott Lobdell (truly a damning indictment on anyone's career), having been rightfully sent into the wilderness for most of the last decade. Sample dialogue:"My techno-organic mesh...is fluctuating". All we need now is Lobdell back on X-Men and it'll be like the Britpack of Ellis, Milligan, Millar and Morrison were smothered at birth. Rob Liefeld, similarly clawing his way back from obscurity (how many failed Youngblood projects with big-name writers can one man announce and never publish?!), has lost none of his unique understanding of anatomy, constipated facial expressions and excessive crosshatching. The real question is: who's going to buy it? The current band of teenage X-zombies are too young to remember the days spent wasted trying to find a polybagged copy with a Cable trading card and the rest of us should be old enough to know better.