The art on this series is really quite impressive, as Patrick Zircher brings an impressive level of detail to the table, while the UDON Studios serve to smooth any rough edges. The art certainly does a solid job when it come to its delivery of the fairly large scale action, from the explosive attack that is made by S.H.I.E.L.D. in the opening pages, to scene where Cable reveals that two-thirds of the Six Pack are now his allies. I also have to give the art credit for it's delivery of the X-Men's powers, from Iceman's ice bridges, to Cyclop's optic blasts. The grandiose arrival of plan B in the final pages was also a memorable visual to carry readers into the next issue. The art also manages to do an impressive job of selling the visual gags from Deadpool's arrival in the Marvel Girl costume, to Rachel reaction shot when Deadpool decides to change his costume in front of her. Read Full Review
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