[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Daken has tracked down and is ready to kill Jimmy Hudson, whom is now calling himself Poison The X-Men are ready to defend their ally, but Jimmy doesn't want their help He believes the Poisons have overtaken him and that he is only one of them now This is something that Daken and Jimmy[...]
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The X-Men are at the mercy of Miss Sinister as the Mothervine turns the world into mutants. Magneto tries to fight the spread on the ground, but who will save his X-Men? Does it make for a good read?
Thankfully, Xorn receives help in the form of Jimmy Hudson and Bloodstorm Unfortunately, Malice infiltrates the Madripoor mansion through the body of Polaris. Finally, Briar Raleigh seeks out new X-Men with Magneto's team having gone missing. X-Men: Blue #24 cover by Jorge Molina I didn't expect to return to this one anytime soon, but the Jorge Molina cover[...]
X-Men: Blue meets the X-Men of 2099 in this trip to the future. Unfortunately, 2099 is ruled by Alchemax, and it may be their fault. Is it a good read?
Angel and Polaris help Jimmy Hudson train Jean Grey spends time with Beast while he tinkers with his toys This is all interrupted when Magneto is hit with a psychic attack, and he contacts Jean Time is beginning to collapse around these time-displaced X-Men, and the reckoning has come. X-Men: Blue #16 cover by Arthur Adams[...]
He especially makes use of heavy-hitters like Logan, Colossus, Magneto, and Jimmy Hudson There are some scenes where faces look a little weird, especially Jean Grey's Thankfully, these are few, and the vast majority of his work is genuinely good. Matt Milla's color work is dynamic and effective, as well He gives a nice sheen with[...]
Storm, Angel, Iceman, and Logan are in the first simulation, Beast, Jean Grey, Nightcrawler, Colossus, and Jimmy Hudson are in the second, and Kitty Pryde, Rachel Summers, Cyclops, and Bloodstorm are in the last. Mojo even uses the word "Legacy" to describe the significance of the scenario he has set up. Now, I feel that it's a[...]
Jean Grey, Beast, Colossus, Nightcrawler, and Jimmy Hudson are taking on some variety of demons. Meanwhile, Mojo is broadcasting the battles to the world and loving every minute of it. Alright, time to get some of the broad-strokes plot grievances out of the way I already griped about this being a crossover. Here's my next complaint, and many[...]
Will it be enough, though? Can she hold out until Cyclops and Jean Grey return with the Raksha? Meanwhile, Angel and Jimmy Hudson have come across the Blob in Miss Sinister's workshop He's as aggressive as ever, but there is something different about Fred Dukes this time. That being said, this was another exciting issue of X-Men:[...]
They've already caught Magneto, Polaris, and Iceman, and Beast is under the Goblin Queen's thrall. Jean Grey and Cyclops must survive long enough to find help to save their friends and allies. Meanwhile, Jimmy Hudson and Angel are half a world away investigating how Jimmy came into this world They're on the verge of a breakthrough on[...]
Angel and Jimmy Hudson are trying to figure out how the latter came into this world Meanwhile, Cyclops and Jean Grey have a permanent psychic connection, and they must come to terms with this. However, Beast's project may come to consume them all. It is nice seeing this X-Men: Blue trying to get back into its own[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Jimmy Hudson, the Wolverine of the Ultimates Universe, has joined up with X-Men Blue The team has retired to Madripoor, but Jean Grey has found herself unbearably bored while waiting around in their headquarters while the city is celebrating a holiday. After finding Cyclops training with Magneto, Jean goes out for a night on the[...]
It turns out to be Jimmy Hudson, son of Wolverine from the Ultimates universe, whom all-but Cyclops recognize from one of their adventures in Jimmy Hudson's world They get into a vicious fight, where Hudson keeps accusing them of being a hunting party intent on capturing him Just as they manage to knock him down[...]
Well, after the week since the release of X-Men Gold #1 and the controversy that the book and big ResurrXion relaunch found itself mired in, it's easy to