As an X-fan, I want to care about this. I do. It seems like it could be truly grand in scale and introduce some new wrinkles into the history of mutants.
But I just... don't care. I don't understand what this crossover is bringing to the X-books other than MORE question marks when we still have a million unanswered questions and dangling plot points from HOX/POX/the past year of comics. I want to give the benefit of the doubt, and maybe there's an overarching plan that brings all these danglers together, but I'm overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information that has been thrown at us and would love some resolution. In X-Men alone, we've touched on Destiny's absence, the mystery of Vulcan, the Crucible, Nightcrawler's new religion, the sexual goings-on in the Summer House, and so much more... without any real resolution to anything.
There are also so many characters who have returned from the dead who we've maybe seen in a cameo here and there, but haven't been on-panel for long enough (or at all) to get a real sense of how much their return means to their friends and family. Like, I care about Skin, Synch, Feral, the Hellions, the Morlocks, Thunderbird, Caliban, Banshee and Siryn (who were only sort of dead, but you get my point), Tempo, Petra, Sway, Rusty Collins, all the Academy X kids, etc. SO much more than I care about Apocalypse and his horsemen from a zillion years ago. Where are THEIR stories? I feel like so many fans got into the X-Men for the characters and their relationships more than the events. I know I did.
Ugh, I'm tired and grumpy today so this isn't coming off super articulately. I just feel like the new status quo of Krakoa isn't even settled yet and the creatives are just putting another hat on a hat on a hat at this point.