X-Men Blue #4 review

X-Men Blue #4 review

 Jimmy Hudson from the Ultimate universe makes quite an appearance

Jimmy Hudson from the Ultimate universe makes quite an appearance

X-Men blue proves every issue that it's the superior X team book at the moment. What started out with a mediocre start, this book manages to get a little better every issue as it finds it's identity. 

This issue starts with the team hunting down a new mutant that cerebro detected. And yes, and we all already knew it is Jimmy Hudson the son of the ultimate universes Wolverine. One thing I enjoy most about this series is how the team interacts and struggle to do the right thing and we get some of that at its best this issue. The team addresses that they had met Jimmy before, with the exception of cyclops because he was off in space with his dad at the time) and we get to see a little flashback of that. 

This issue don't waste a lot of time introducing us to Jimmy, who conventiantly can't remember much of anything, I mean who ever heard of a wolverine with memory problems? But all and all this was a really good issue with a pretty big and exciting ending. I can't wait to see how Jimmy ended up on this Earth and how the big ending is dealt with. I'm gonna give this issue an A because the art is consistently good but the big standout is how Cullen Bun handles the interactions between the team members and how they are really struggling with becoming the best superheroes that they can be. I love this book more with each passing issue.

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