Ultimate X-Men #91

Writer: Robert Kirkman Artist: Salvador Larroca Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: February 20, 2008 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
1.9Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

All hail Apocalypse! Last issue saw Sinister squirm from the grave and now the evolutionary emperor known as Apocalypse has arrived!

  • 2.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Kirk Warren Feb 20, 2008

    What did I just read? I really can't believe UXM has managed to get worse than it already was, but here we are with probably one of the worst issues of Kirkman's run. Apocalypse controls every mutant's DNA and uses them to fight other heroes while standing around imposing and spouting the same over the top 'bad guy' lines over and over. The monotony is broken by the book finally ending and 'Onslaught' and 'Stryfe' (think the other one was supposed to be yet another Stryfe, but I don't care enough to double check) showing up. I guess they'll be Wolverine and Xavier back from the future, but maybe something more groan inducing will come from it. Who knows? Read Full Review

  • 1.8
    IGN - Bryan Joel Feb 20, 2008

    Robert Kirkman's Ultimate X-Men run has been uninspiring at best, and at worst... well, it's been a mess from top to bottom, a.k.a. "Apocalypse." I can't advise you all to just skip the next few issues until it's all blown over because who knows, something not asinine might happen. But if this issue is any indication, it's going to be a rough trip. Read Full Review

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