While the cover image is guilty showing the readers a little too much about the story, I can't deny that it's an impressive looking visual, and it's also great to see the Ultimate books are starting to move away from their more generic iconic covers. As for the interior art, Stuart Immonen turns his usual impressive effort, as how can one not smile when one gets a look at Kitty's facial expression and body language when she arrives in the opening pages looking for Bobby. I also found myself smiling at the pose that the character undertakes as she reads Bobby's e-mail. The art also manages to capture the surprise factor when a seemingly ordinary mission goes completely off the rails, and the panic is well conveyed as is the sheer power that is on display. I also have to give the art credit for the final page shot of Magneto, as it's a lovely visual to carry readers into the next issue, though there is a problem with the chess game, as from the pieces on the board it looks like the king Read Full Review
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