Day 46: Uncanny X-Men #10

COMIC TITLE: Uncanny X-Men #10
Cullen Bunn- Writer
Ken Lashley– Artist
July 20, 2016
Marvel Comics

IMG_8118Back on Day 34, we began a journey into the Marvel X-Men event of the year as the X-Men (and it’s various versions) engaged in the X-Men Apocalypse Wars. Now we are here to conclude it all with the very last issue in the order of events with Uncanny X-Men #10, but before we do, let’s look back at what happened in the last issue. In the last issue, we find out that Mystique has come back to save Eric meanwhile Monet agrees to leave with Emplate for him to feed on her and in turn he has to leave Sabertooth and the others alone. Also, the prophecy has come true as Psylocke called on all the archangels to come to this town. In this issue, things are getting hectic as they battle all the archangels who are basically tearing up the townsfolk. Meanwhile Eric does battle with Genocide while Psylocke tries to convince Warren that they need him. Monet on her journey with Emplate that could change the course of history moving forward for the Uncanny X-Men. To read the issue and more from Marvel, click here.

IMG_8120I think the overall message between all of the issues is that no matter what they cannot change what ultimately is going to happen because nothing is accomplished between all of the issues. I like the story a lot especially from Uncanny X-Men to the point that I am going to continue reading this one. The artwork in this one is awesome, I love the animation, and it fits the mood of the story. I continue to enjoy the artwork with Psylocke (I still am) and the Emplate angle is as good as it gets. It’s the thing I enjoy most besides the writing from Bunn. So kudos to Ken Lashley and the job well done with this series for sure. The panels are easy to read and follow so you shouldn’t have a hard time with it. If I was to grade the overall event, my kindness to it isn’t so much as certain individual comics only because it’s challenging at times to try and figure out how they all connect with each other, but some make it easier than others. I definitely think that you check it out for yourselves and then you make your own assumption.

Grades:

Story/Plot: A+

Artwork: A+

Character Representation: A+

Entertainment Value: A+

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