Uncanny X-Men #19

Writer: Matthew Rosenberg Artist: Carlos Villa Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: June 5, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 11 User Reviews: 26
7.5Critic Rating
7.4User Rating

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First - learn the truth about the Hellfire Club's involvement in the X-Men's quest. Then, the mutant race faces elimination at the hands of a vaccine erasing the X-Gene from future generations...
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  • 8.6
    On Comics Ground - E.V. Jacob Jun 13, 2019

    Emma is dealing with some pretty heavy stuff in this issue, but she handles it in her usual fashion, and now that we've gotten a look at her side, I'm eager to see where the story takes us. Read Full Review

  • 8.3
    Comic Watch - Steve Batley Jun 12, 2019

    Things are finally falling into place. And although my hopes of Rahnes death being faked are looking less likely, this is still rounding out to a solid finale. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Beyond The Panel - Jideobi Odunze Jun 5, 2019

    Uncanny X-Men #19 was a big step up from the issue before. Focusing just on Emma Frost and the role she plays in all of this madness was refreshing. A new set of problems and seen from a different angle to what the X-Men are dealing with. And with next month's issue things are only going to get more interesting when more of her bold actions come back to bite her. How will she get out of this one? That is the big question! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    You Don't Read Comics - David Harth Jun 6, 2019

    Uncanny X-Men #19 adds a lot of interesting wrinkles to whats been going on in the book. Emma, as a master manipulator who is also being manipulated, is a nice touch and seeing the lengths shes willing to go to for survival will give new and lapsed readers a feel for who she is. The art is the books biggest weakness. It doesnt do anything very bad, but it doesnt do anything very good either. With better art, this book would have been amazing, but its still very good. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    All-Comic - Jeremy Matcho Jun 8, 2019

    This is the best X-Men book on the shelf Read Full Review

  • 7.9
    Graphic Policy - Brett Jun 5, 2019

    Uncanny X-Men #19 brings it all together. Uncanny X-Men #19 explains so much as to what has been going on. The issue also explains why some things have felt off in this run, though still fun. If you're not more excited by the time the issue wraps up, I don't know what to say, but this one has me loving the X-Men again. If you're an X-fan, this is a must buy. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Weird Science Marvel Comics - waltgator Jun 7, 2019

    At first I thought this was the penultimate issue, glad we still have three more issues. Otherwise would have hated it! We get a nice history of how things got here, unfortunately it could have been better. Had some scenes that felt pointless or could have been cut down while some scenes could have been bit more to explain. The art however was great and the action scenes were great to view! Read Full Review

  • 7.3
    Sequential Planet - Steven Martinez Jun 10, 2019

    Uncanny X-Men (2018-) #19 follows Emma Frost through the events of the series since its start. The issue gives us a good alternate viewpoint for the story and sheds some light on some of the events. The art, for the most part, is good and helps tell the story well. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Black Nerd Problems - Jon-Carlos Evans Jun 9, 2019

    Only three issues remain in the 22-issue run touted by writer Matthew Rosenberg as "The Last X-Men" story. Since taking over as sole scribe followed the "Disassembled" event, Rosenberg has sent a lot of mutants to the morgue with no mercy. These days, the excitement runs high both in the pages and in the X-offices as the flagship title pushes toward purpose and an apparent new home. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    AiPT! - Nathaniel Muir Jun 5, 2019

    There is so much to like about the story of this issue. Unfortunately, it's done so quickly that little of it can be appreciated. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    ComicBook.com - Jamie Lovett Jun 5, 2019

    The artwork in this issue is surprisingly consistent for having three credited pencillers and sets up an exciting conflict to come. Read Full Review

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