Welcome to Camp Angel. What secrets about the future of the Ultimate Universe does Colossus hold? Storm and the other inmates must choose what action to take when the truth about the governments involvement in the creation of mutants is revealed.
Paco Medina does a stellar job with the big shots in this issue. When he focuses on characters up close, there is a lack of detail that make his drawings come off as bland. But the gigantic Sentinels have never looked better. As they tower over the mutant camp, the intricacies in their metallic structure can be seen, making them look both dangerous and awe-inspiring. He even adds a nice touch to the image: a pigeon roosting on one robot's giant eye socket. Read Full Review
Meh. This was the third(it was at least the third actually) issue of this series where we didn't see Jimmy and his band of X-Men... Which is kind of weird. Last issue was a spotlight on Quicksilver(or Jean, or something), while this one was a spotlight on Storm. So we had a storyline about a Stryker(I don't care to remember which one), and then we moved away from the main team for a few issues... Of a new series!!! That's just plain bizarre. And since this issue ended in a cliffhanger, you'd have to think we'll STILL be away from the main team of X-Men for at least one more issue. That's all kinds of strange... Read Full Review
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