Uncanny X-Men #10

Uncanny X-Men #10

Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Ken Lashley Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 20, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 9
4.9Critic Rating
6.9User Rating

•  The villainous Apocalypse, accompanied by his Four Horsemen, once preached the gospel of "Survival of the Fittest."
•  And now, the Son of Apocalypse has reared his ugly head, joined by an army of Archangels of Death, hell-bent on preaching a gospel of his own: the Survival of NONE.
•  Can Psylocke and Magneto save their teammate Archangel and prevent the maniacal GENOCIDE from living up to his name?
Rated T+

  • 6.0
    All-Comic - Jeremy Matcho Jul 24, 2016

    Uncanny X-Men has undoubtedly been the best X-Men book on the market since the re-launch. What Cullen Bunn is crafting story wise could be end up going down as a great run for this great franchise. Ken Lashley really stepped up his art game with each new issue; he clearly got more comfortable and it shows. This arc as a whole may not be as good as their first arc, but Uncanny X-Men is the X-book to read. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    PopMatters - Jack Fisher Jul 21, 2016

    In many respects, the theme of Apocalypse Wars is a fitting metaphor of sorts for the X-men and mutants in general, ongoing sterilization plots notwithstanding. It's easy to accept apocalyptic doom and gloom when that sort of thing seems to happen every other week, but it's possible to reconnect with a less dire outlook. It won't make a second round of sterility feel less apocalyptic, but it will rally the likes of Magneto, Mystique, and Sabretooth on a cohesive team. In facing any apocalypse, it's hard to imagine a team more equipped. Read Full Review

  • 5.5
    Weird Science - Chris Jul 25, 2016

    Certainly not worth the several months investment we made.  The art and dialogue while very nice, cannot make up for the overlong much-ado-about-nothing story... I'm hard-pressed to think of a worse contemporary X-Men event than the Apocalypse Wars, and I'm just glad it's finally behind us. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    IGN - Levi Hunt Jul 21, 2016

    For such an eventful concluding chapter, Uncanny X-Men #10 feels hauntingly empty. Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    ComicList - Eric Bradach Jul 22, 2016

    The fourth volume of Uncanny X-Men could have been something special with the talented Cullen Bunn at the helm. However issue #10 emphasizes everything wrong with Marvel at the time, the push of cross-overs, events, and mimicking the movies. There is nothing in terms of character development and the individual stories themselves never truly tie together. With Marvel Now 2.0 beginning in October, it's not looking too bright for the X-Men given that there's only one X-Men title announced, that being "Death of X". Hopefully Marvel editorial will allow Bunn to end this series on a high note and create his own story. Read Full Review

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