Ultimate X-Men #51

Writer: Brian K. Vaughan Artist: Andy Kubert Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: September 8, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
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CRY WOLF PART 2 It's all about the Ragin' Cajun as the mysterious Gambit gives hints of where he's been, what he wants and why the X-Men will not be happy about it.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 14, 2004

    Andy Kubert turns is a pretty solid effort when it comes to the action sequences, as Rogue's escape attempt is a visually engaging display of Gambit's power, and the scene where her flight is brought to an abrupt halt when she discovers she's high above the city streets made for a power visual. There's also a nice little scene where our villains put on a display of their shared ability, and I have to say I rather enjoyed the charging up panel where get before the two unleash their blast of power. There's also a nice shot of the assembled X-Men as they wait for Xavier to locate Rogue, as the art displays a solid understand of the idea that a character's emotional state can be reflected in the way that they are standing. Also while I'm not a fan of his 1980s hair style, I have to say the cover image to this issue does a fantastic job of capturing the visual appeal of Gambit's power. Read Full Review

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