Ultimate X-Men #22

Writer: Mark Millar Artist: Adam Kubert Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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The Brotherhood of Mutants begins a nuclear disarmament campaign in the Middle East. Back in America, tempers flare as Cyclops' and Wolverine's rivalry comes to a head!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 14, 2002

    The first two chapters of this "Hellfire & Brimstone" arc have been a bit unusual, as it's basically a collection of little stories, as we see Kitty settle into the team, we get a look at the current status quo of the Brotherhood of Mutants, and in an encounter that is sure to get fans talking, we see Wolverine & Cyclops have it out over Jean. Now separately all of these stories have held my attention, but given the big buzz going into this arc was that it would be introduce the Phoenix force into the Ultimate Universe, I'm sure there will be fans who will wonder why Mark Millar seems to be focused on the side plots, while seemingly neglecting the idea that most readers came in expecting to see. This is an enjoyable issue, though the focus on the Brotherhood overstayed it's welcome. However, I must say that the Ultimate Wolverine is becoming a bit hard to stomach as one of the good guys, as his unredeeming qualities are becoming far more noticeable. Read Full Review

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