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Immortal X-Men #10

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Universal acclaim

Based on 8 critic ratings.

Charles Xavier always had a dream… but one man’s dream is another’s nightmare.

This one will make you wish you could wake up screaming.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
26 pages
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8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    You Don't Read Comics

    Immortal X-Men #10 is the best issue of this book so far, which is saying something. Gillen is brilliant in general, but this book really takes that to the next level. This is the issue that every X-fan needs to read even if they aren’t, for some mystifying reason, reading Immortal X-Men. Werneck’s art isn’t as good as usual, but that doesn’t mean it’s bad; instead of being amazing, it’s merely great, which isn’t a bad place to be. Curiel’s colors help that out immensely. All in all, this is easily one of the most important comics of the Krakoa Era so far.

  • 99

    Comic Watch

    This is, put bluntly, an astonishing book. It functions both as a perfect glimpse into a mind composed of overweening hubris and as a horrifying setup for what is certain to be one of the most memorable comics events of the year. I cannot wait to get this sinful party started.

  • 95


    Immortal X-Men #10 will make you think about Mr. Sinister’s point of view, however tainted, and commiserate with him. That’s a special thing, as it’s rare to feel for a villain like Mr. Sinister and even for one second consider maybe he’s right. For Mr. Sinister, the slightest edge is the greatest advantage, and this issue proves he may be the most dangerous mutant villain ever due to his tainted point of view delivered expertly here.

  • 94


    Immortal X-Men #10 takes readers into an area few have ever entered. After seeing the reflection of Xavier’s mind’s eye, will you be able to look at Charles the same ever again?

  • 90

    This issue of Immortal X-Men is a bold one, tackling multiple complex ideas wrapped up in the X-Men mythology, from the flawed character of Professor X to the self-policing politics of the X-Men as a superhero team, to the limits of the mutant metaphor. It’ll surely spark debate among fans, but Kieron Gillen makes a compelling case for this version of the truth, as seen through Professor X’s eyes, and as makes sense within the context of the Marvel Universe. Lucas Werneck takes a noticeably more exaggerated turn with his anatomy in this issue, occasionally to awkward results, but more often to create something dramatic or slightly dreamlike, fitting with the themes of the issue. The story also sets the stage for the coming Sins of Sinister event with an “oh $#!+” ending that’ll have readers buzzing to see what happens next. The X-Men are off to a heck of a start in 2023.

  • 90


    A dream is shattered as ‘Immortal X-Men’ #10 dives deep into the mind of the man that helped begin it all while sinister motivations begin to spin Krakoa toward the endgame of the evil geneticist working in plain sight all along. Two narratives are woven within this issue seamlessly coming together at the very end to help kick this book into gear for the upcoming event that will see it completely changed for months.

  • 80

    Major Spoilers

    Despite my reservations, Immortal X-Men #10 is still a solid comic with profound ideas and excellent writing. The character development of each comic is outstanding and worth a pickup.

  • 70

    Comics Nexus by Inside Pulse

    A frenetic issue that shows that Sinister already won as we move into the event that bears his name. High drama and political intrigue at its finest. Solid art. Intriguing issue.

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