Ultimate X-Men #31

Writer: Mark Millar Artist: Adam Kubert Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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It's the X-Men versus Magneto in the Master of Magnetism's headquarters while Nightcrawler leads a daring rescue mission in Florida!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 14, 2003

    The simple fact of the matter is that this issue has its big crisis resolved in a manner that I feel is almost dismissive to the readers, as while it's fine to suggest that Jean's powers are far more impressive & formidable than we have been lead to believe, having her rush in to save the day is a rather anticlimactic finish to this story. I mean having such a powerful member as a member of this book's cast effectively gives Mark Millar the easy out that he can offer up whenever things get a little too rough, and unless he plans on dealing with this situation in the near future, the excitement level in future issues is going to be rather low. I mean one is reminded of the Dark Phoenix saga, and one has to believe Jean's little display of power is going to result in some action being taken against the X-Men. Still, following on the heels of Magneto's rather quick defeat, Jean's little one-woman show is worrisome, as it effectively tells me that Mark Millar is willing to go for the easy Read Full Review

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