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Grace Randolph writes;

Maybe I DON’T hate Jean Grey, aka The Phoenix. Brian Michael Bendis has brought her back in All New X-Men and host Grace Randolph gives her review of the character in the first few issues of All New X-Men. How does it change things that young Jean Grey and not young Cyclops has seen the future and decided to change it? Is this a new chapter for Jean Grey? And what opportunities does this open up for the character? From being the new team leader of the original five X-Men, to love with Wolverine, to the return of her Phoenix powers? Jean Grey reborn, returns…it just might be a good idea. Think About The Ink is presented by Bleeding Cool.

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