Matthew Rosenberg is the one writer that would get me to pick up a comic that's drawn by Greg Land. I've been a fan of his from the moment I got a review copy of We Can Never Go Home #1. His new X-Men series features characters that have either never been the epitome of the team or are at a place where they just don't fit in with the core team. However, can a comic drawn by Greg Land still be good?
I am a big proponent of an unlimited Multiverse. I think it gives writers more freedom and makes for some extraordinary storytelling possibilities by breaking the shackles of continuity. Continuity can be a good thing, but far too often, the fear of angering fans forces a writer to adhere to continuity and lessens the impact of a story. Sometimes, the exploration of an alternate history makes for a plethora of stories. Depending on interest, this may be the first in a series of articles that explore different comic book alternate universes.