The annual event bringing together UNCANNY X-MEN, STEVE ROGERS: SUPER SOLDIER and NAMOR: THE FIRST MUTANT starts here!

The X-Men get sucked into the Negative Zone and are held captive by Blastaar. But with the Fantastic Four still reeling from the death in the family it falls to Steve Rogers to step in and save the mutants from Blastaar.

Story by James Asmus
Art by Nick Bradshaw
Colors by Jim Charalampidis
Letters by Jared K. Fletcher
Cover by Black Frog

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TheDude00703/19/11NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.2
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  1. Love the annual crossovers reminds me of the 90s.

  2. Why isn’t Kieron Gillen writing this?

    Oh well, after a hiatus from Uncanny for the last arc I’m back in for this and the first Gillen arc at least.

  3. The srtist for this draws everyone’s faces like they’re twelve.  It’s very weird to get through.

  4. Annual crossovers fill me with nostalgia. Of course, annual crossovers not written by the primary creators have tended to be some of the WORST crossovers in comics history, so dangerous waters. Beware swimmers.

  5. Yeah, I’m most likely not getting this…but I will at least check it out at the stop before deciding to drop this annual crossover.

  6. So I ended up picking this up and I’m going to try it after all.  I just got home so I haven’t read it yet, but man that art looks sweet…flipping through this and seeing that double-page spread with Namor and the monster??  Holy crap that looked awesome.

  7. The art is terrible. It really distracts from the story.

  8. The art was alternately weird (12-year-old faces everywhere) and incredibly awesome (anything not human).  I love Nemesis, Namor and Emma’s portrayal here.

  9. Nick Bradshaw does a fantastic Art Adams impersonation on this book (if you don’t recognize the influence, or appreciate the look either way, shame on you).  Gorgeous stuff, and a really fun read.  Hope is depicted as more petulant than we’re seeing in other books, but the conflict between her and Cyclops here is well done.  

  10. @neftones  Thank you for referring to Art Adams…THATS why this gorgeous art looked so familiar.  I was really skeptical at first, but this turned out to be a ton of fun and I’m really looking forward to the second installment. 

  11. The art was different, not my thing… I more didn’t care for how every character spoke with the same snarki tone.  Felt like bad Joss Whedon/Bendis dialogue and took me out of the story.

  12. HATED this art. Hated it with the passion of a thousand fiery suns. Almost didn’t read the book because of it.

    Decided to read it anyway and the story was…ok, but the characterizations were lacking. Overall, this book sucked.

    Sometimes, it doesn’t pay to take a chance.

  13. I did not like the art at all but I felt the sorry was good enough to make it a good book.  I will get the next one.

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