Wolverine and the X-Men #11 Review

CONSENSUS: While some loved this issue for its good writing which should have impacts on the main AvX story, as well as the simply gorgeous art from Nick Bradshaw, others found it to be a weaker issue in the current arc due to it's mindless fight scenes which seemed to just get in the way of the story. This is a book for fans of the series, and for those looking for a deeper insight into the AvX event. Everyone else could probably miss it.

Newsarama: "Thanks to its outrageous pacing, compelling and visually engaging fight scenes, and more than a little insight into Wolverine's decision making process regarding the phoenix force, this issue finally starts giving a little clearer picture into some of the motivations behind AvX." 100

Comicosity: "This is by far and wide the strongest tie-in book of the entire Avengers vs. X-men event and, along with New Avengers, definitely worthwhile to pick up and see deeper into the event." 85

Crave Online: "Just be glad that Wolverine and the X-Men is good right now." 85

Comic Vine: "Once again, beautiful art by Nick Bradshaw, Norman Lee and some very vibrant and beautiful colours by Justin Ponsor. Another great issue of Wolverine and the X-Men." 80

IGN: "Wolverine and the X-Men is doing some necessary building, but the series would do well to maintain a greater focus on its own characters and conflicts." 70

Weekly Comic Book Review: "Honestly, this issue is a showcase of all the downsides of "the event tie-in issue." On the plus side it has that sweet, sweet Nick Bradshaw artwork." 60

iFanboy: 60

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