AOA Wolverine’s plan to defeat humanity is finally revealed! While Wolverine continues to put his plan into action, the humans discover a secret weapon of their own that could turn the tide of the battle in their favor.
Consistency! It's what I look for in comics, also a little bit of violence. This series does not lack it. Excellent work from David Laphram and Roberto De La Torre. This is a good series to keep up on, and it truly does not disappoint. Very dark and violent, definitely how X-Men should be portrayed. Besides the out of place Hulk, which is kind of cool and weird at the same time, I can not wait to see what the Hulk has in store for the next issue. I give this issue of Age of Apocalypse gets a 9 out of 10. Read Full Review
As usual, Roberto De La Torre is a superstar. His gritty style controls every page, letting the harshness of the world infect every panel. Plus, this issue comes with the added bonus of extreme violence. It's the at the level of a MAX issue, but for a book that is rated 12+, things sure do get bloody. Knives through throats, bullets through brains, Del La Torre draws all it splendidly. It's fantastic to look at, even though you might need to go fly a kite and eat a lollipop afterwards so that you remember life is worth living. Read Full Review
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