Ultimate Comics: X-Men #10

Ultimate Comics: X-Men #10

Writer: Nick Spencer Artist: Paco Medina Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 11, 2012 Critic Reviews: 4
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The world is turned upside down as the mutant population discovers that their mutant gifts are actually the work of the government’s experiments gone awry! With angry mutants on her side, Storm stands against Camp Angel!

  • 6.8
    IGN - Joshua Yehl Aug 14, 2013

    On the visual side of things, artist Alvaro Martinez does a nice job of rendering everything from bountiful Tian to the wastes of Utopia. He has a wonderfully simple yet evocative style that plays to the nuances of Wood's writing. There are a few panels where Kitty's eyes and facial features look off due to the coloring and inking, which is strange because just about everyone else looks spot-on. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    X-Man's Comic Blog - x-man75 Apr 16, 2012

    Here's the thing. The story here is good, the art is good, everything is good. Except for the fact that we STILL haven't gone back to Jimmy and the real X-Men for a whole mess of issues now... We just keep setting up different stories in different areas... Which is well and good and all, provided we actually get to see the main characters from time to time! The flow of this series is just so weird... Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    IGN - Benjamin Bailey Apr 11, 2012

    Nick Spencer is a fine writer for this series and he is obviously writing for the bigger picture -- the story as a whole -- not the individual issue. If Ultimate Comics X-Men #10 is an issue all about a single action, a single call to arms – and it is – then Spencer does a great job of making that moment count. When it happens, it hits you hard. This is clearly not the X-Men of the standard 616 Universe and Spencer makes sure to give us the kind of moments that you can only get in an Ultimate comic. It'd just be nice if it averaged more than one moment per issue, especially given the book's hefty price tag. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Newsarama - Brian Bannen Apr 16, 2012

    It's a story we've all seen before: the liberated have to make a choice to to use their freedom for good, or to punish those who imprisoned them. But when the characters are filled with such humanity, it makes watching their struggle difficult. The final page of the issue is a harbinger of bad things, and I can't wait to see what Nick Spencer is going to do. Read Full Review

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