It's a brilliant plan... to reuse an idea that didn't work the first time!
The artist Illuminating Comics is clearly a little sick of Marvel's BS. First, almost all of the mutants on earth lose their powers because of Wanda Maximoff. Who was a mutant, until she wasn't anymore (which made the character fair game for the Marvel Cinematic Universe). It left comic book writers with less to work with, less potential for new characters, and a huge crisis that seemed unsolvable.
So... it's time to recycle that plot idea, right?
Maybe you thought House of M was cool.
And it was, in theory. It could have revived the in-universe debate about mutant identity, about whether or not mutants should be 'cured' or continue to live as they are. The X-Men franchise has been used many times over the decades to talk about difficult issues, and this plot device could have been a cool way to do that. But that's not really what happened. It kind of left the X-Men in a weird place, sidelined for a lot of Civil War, and the characters seemed to be just now recovering.
So... why on earth is Marvel recycling this plot device? At the very least, isn't it too soon?