• Storm has traveled the globe on a mission to better the world for man and mutant alike. • But when one of her failures resurfaces in the form of a new threat, will Storm be able to right the wrong, or will she be doomed to relive history?
It is the best possible conclusion for a series. Storm #11 effectively links all the elements that have been explored throughout this series into one, concise narrative that acts as a love letter to Storm fans of every era. She is the last remaining anchor in the world of X-men that champions their ideals. She has the kind of spirit and heart that the Inhumans will never be able to match, although they'll certainly try. There are so many traits that make Storm the ultimate X-man. It's impossible for any issue or series to cover them all, but this one made a truly worthy effort. Read Full Review
Surely the way Storm #11 ended is reason enough to say that this will be a Marvel title to miss with Secret Wars marking the end. There just aren't enough books out there from Marvel like this right now. And not enough with as many stunning covers as this and those before. Read Full Review
The series also goes out with a bang visually. Even though the art duties are divided between Victor Ibanez and Neil Edwards, the issue remains pretty consistent throughout. The two artists capture the spectacle of Pak's script while always emphasizing the emotional core of the story. Even Kenji, for all his grotesque transformations, conveys a strong sense of emotion. This is a creative team that could continue to do well for the X-men franchise after Secret Wars. Read Full Review