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Ultimate Comics: X-Men Vol.2 Paperback – 13 Sep 2012

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  • Paperback: 148 pages
  • Publisher: PANINI UK LTD / MARVEL (13 Sept. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1846535166
  • ISBN-13: 978-1846535161
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 0.8 x 26 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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A whole lot happens, a lot of world building takes place, it's complex, but not alienating - I liked it. There's not a whole lot of follow on from vol.1, so I'm still waiting to find out what happened there, but I'm really liking how everything at this point is really linked between the Ultimates and X-Men. It's cool. More please!
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This product is a great addition to any comicbook fan's collection, whether you like the X-Men or Ultimate Comics themselves, Well worth purchasing the artwork is fantastic and the storyline are amazing
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The volume opens with #7, in which Quicksilver is recounting the events of Volume 1, namely how his plan to use the Sentinels to rule over the world's mutants went wrong and resulted in the Sentinels going rogue and massacring thousands of humans and mutants. The thing that annoyed me was that, while clearly stating the reason the plan went wrong was Quicksilver not travelling to Egypt, it isn't explained why that was.

In #8, Nick Fury sends a S.H.I.E.L.D team known as Ultimate X to Tian, a floating refuge in the South-Eastern Asian Republic, as his inside men. Ultimate X is being led by Karen Grant/Jean Grey, who was introduced at the beginning of the last volume and is revealed to be a double agent for Tian's leader Xorn. I haven't much to say about #8 other than it was entertaining and I can't wait to see the pay-off.

#9-11 actually feel as if they are part of the same story and tie in the most with the first volume. They are set in Camp Angel, where Colossus, Storm and many other mutants are being detained. It is great to see two of the members of the original Ultimate X-Men again and it helps that they're both very well-written. I like the developed human characters and a new mutant, Stacy X, who's sort of like a young Magneto. This is this volume at its strongest.

Nothing much happens in #12 aside from a massive spoiler which I won't comment on. It was a very underwhelming finale and I was disappointed considering how much I loved the last volume's ending.

Paco Medina's art is as great as ever but only features in #9-11, which is another reason why those were the best in the volume.
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