Ultimate X-Men Ultimate Collection - Book 4 Paperback – Oct 13 2010
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For fans wanting to know more of the specifics the storylines contain:
> a healthy dose of Wolverine getting trashed and healing in a mostly solo arc that guests both Spider-man and Daredevil. This storyline ties into the main narrative.
> the X-Men backing Wolverine up when he goes looking for answers from the people who viciously attacked him.
> the introduction of the Angel and a thread about how people look at him and see him as a religious "sign".
> an effective, standalone story of a new mutant who is literally deadly toxic to his town and accidentally kills them all off. Wolverine is sent in to "help out."
> the introductions of Karma, Dazzler, and a Presidentially sponsered group of New Mutants led by Emma Frost.
> the death of a beloved character when the New Mutants are debuted to the public.
I think that this series, in this collected format, is a mildly compelling read especially if you're a Wolverine fan. I'm not sure how this would have come across broken down into three volumes. 3.75 stars.
First of all, I was impressed how good Mark Millar write Spiderman (yes, the web-slinger is in this book). The guy's SO funny. I LMAO with that. Just awesome.
Again, all hell breaks loose when Magneto is up and running again. How can he be stopped? Can he be stopped?
The combination of great writing with the OVER THE TOP ar of David Finch, makes this book (maybe) my favorite so far.
I strongly recommend the entire saga. Is just too good to be true.