These X-Ladies have been through one HELL of a night… and it’s not over yet.
They might have managed to escape the trouble that found them… but that trouble hasn’t escaped them!
It’s time to make these suckers regret they ever crossed their paths!
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Comic WatchX-Terminators was exactly what it advertised: sexy, violent, and ridiculous. This final issue leaves the story's heroines victorious as they finally get vengeance for the hell they were put through in the previous four issues. It's uplifting and delightful, and though it's a satisfying conclusion to the story, it's so good that you can't help but want more.
AIPTA fun-filled finale, the final issue of X-Terminators takes the team on a bombastic revenge mission that serves as a great closer to the limited series. Jubilee pushes her powers further than ever before, Magik may or may not jump in on more X-Terminator adventures, and Dazzler has a standing offer to Vlad Dracula in case any more renegade vamps need to get familiar with their services. A satisfying conclusion that absolutely demands a follow-up, X-Terminators #5 remains can’t-miss X-Men fun to the very end.
Henchman-4-HireA lot of fun is had, a lot of joy is spread, a lot of X-Men goodness all around. More X-Terminators, please.
ComicBook.comBoy, X-Terminators has been a blast. This final issue is a and fast read, little more than pure catharsis for everything the team has had to endure, but Leah Williams, Carlos Gomez, and Bryan Valenza know how to make that fun. Gomez brings pure joy to the characters' faces and body language. Williams brings a believable and lively banter between members, particularly Boom Boom and Jubilee, the latter of whom gets a surprising spotlight moment to shine in the issue. The most exciting page my be the final one, which teases that the X-Terminators will return. Yes, please.
Weird Science Marvel ComicsX-Terminators #5 finally ends the X-Office experiment, and in honesty, it ends the arc better than it started. The character work, dialog, and premise are still wildly mishandled, but at least this issue isn’t blatantly offensive, so that’s something.