Ultimate X-Men #28

Writer: Mark Millar Artist: David Finch Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Public opinion of the X-Men is at an all time low despite their attempts to take the terror-inducing Brotherhood down. Magneto has an offer for the X-Men, who are now in hiding. And it's an offer they may not be able to refuse!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 6, 2003

    Part of me is a bit concerned that this book is relying so heavily on the events that played out in the pages of the Ultimate War miniseries, but on the other hand it is nice to see a miniseries was allowed to directly impact a monthly series, and I fully expect this book's circulation numbers will get a nice little boost as readers find their way onto this book to get the rest of the story. This book has done a nice job of placing the X-Men between a rock and a hard place, as their fight to prove they are not part of Magneto's group is hardly making a dent, while Magneto looks to be on the verge of taking over the world, so the idea of fighting against him is starting to look less & less appealing. The idea that Xavier is in custody, and the tension within to group is at it's highest level yet, also makes things interesting, given the fate of the world would seem to rest in the hands of this group. I also have to say that it is nice to see Mark Millar understands the dramatic appeal o Read Full Review

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