Read Uncanny X-Men: Superior, Volume 4: IvX Online Free - The X-Men confront the Inhumans in the most uncanny conflict of all! Since the discovery that the Terrigen Mist — the key to unlocking an Inhuman's hidden potential and powers — is lethal to mutants, the X-Men and Inhumans have been locked in a cold war. But now things are heating up, and about to boil over, as the X-Men are forced into drastic steps to ensure the future of their species! But when Magneto goes too far, what will be the repercussions of his dramatic actions when the battle ends? When she left his team, Psylocke vowed that if Magneto stepped out of line, she would end him. Is she about to make good on that promise? Plus: A dead X-Man returns, and so does Domino!
COLLECTING: UNCANNY X-MEN 16-19, ANNUAL 1
|Title||:||Uncanny X-Men: Superior, Volume 4: IvX|
|Number of Pages||:||128 pages|
September 22, 2017
This collects the Inhumans Vs. X-Men crossover issues, which focus on two of the team at a time. It was OK, but felt a bit like wheel-spinning while we wait for the crossover to end...
July 28, 2017
[Read as single issues]
My review for all three of the X-Men tie-in volumes to IvX will be exactly the same. These are one-shot stories that tie into the events of IvX, and they're not particularly compelling on their own. There's an attempt to try and tie-up the rest of the storylines that the wr...
November 15, 2017
Never really got the concept of this one. The team is pretty cool, dark and interesting and the art's been the best of the three X-Books but they were never given a great story for them to participate in...
August 20, 2017
Bunn's UXM ends with IVX crossovers, and they're generally OK. They're each one-offs, taking place between the moments of IVX, and they offer nice character insights amidst the huge crossover. There's a Sabretooth and Monet issue that's particularly strong, and the others are good except their co...
November 15, 2017
This last volume of the series highlights the one thing about Marvel/DC that pisses me off, and that is, in the collected volumes like this, there are huge gaping plot holes from where the series crosses over with another one, and nothing is ever explained to the reader who might not have read th...
November 18, 2017
Little character snippets to end the series, just like the IvX tie-ins of Extraordinary X-Men and All-New X-men: Inevitable, except for the first issue, which provided a further look at Jean and Fantomex attempting to keep that Inhuman guy whose name I can't remember busy.
The M/Sabretooth issue...
August 14, 2017
Bunn concludes the series the same way he did with previous volumes, tediously and without a trace of genius.
The first tie-in with Fantomex is directly linked with the main event, while the following 2 are looser and more character centered (Monet/Sabretooth-not bad and Xorn-meh ).
August 24, 2017
It's ok, but it relies too much on having a clue what's happening in the main IvX title, and I don't. The one issue that's rather decently written is the one focusing on Monet and Sabertooth, even though I'm not a fan of the direction Bunn has taken her character. It did seem odd to me that the a...
October 05, 2017
How far the mighty have fallen! Uncanny X-Men used to be one of the greatest comics ever, but with this run on Superior... 'eh... it's only been ok.
A collection of various levels of infighting between X-Men and occasionally Inhumans. Sabretooth vs. Monet; Jean and the Cuckoos against Kar...
September 21, 2017
This was just a mash up of major plot events without explanation. I have absolute hatred for people who do this.