I really like the X-Men stuff that is less superhero-y and more day-in-the-life. The stuff I like about this is the interpersonal stuff and the tour of the world stuff. In a world populated with liberated mutants, how does it feel to be a human? What does it feel like to be a defeated and powerless minority, which nonetheless can claim no moral high-ground due to its past oppression? Where the rhetoric about mutants being the next stage in evolution is the accepted reality, and being human is like being a limited, obsolete, pitiable irrelevance? That stuff’s totally up my street. Plus there’s some typical noir cop fare to push the story along. Loved it.