A rather light issue, but it did feature one truly awesome moment. The bulk of the story was taken up with the rioting prisoners destroying the camp, and that was good, but the real meat here was the vote over whether or not they should kill the human guards, and Colossus’ shocking decision not to go the Xavier way, but to kill them brutally. I say it was shocking, and it was at first, but when you think of it, it isn’t really, he wasn’t fairly well-treated like Storm was, but imprisoned deep below ground and tortured. He’s not going to be a pacifist is he? But still, a great moment, and one that demonstrates that this ain’t your daddy’s Ultimate X-Men. (If your daddy is young enough to have grown up with the Ultimate X-Men… damn, you must be young, don’t read this column, it’s not appropriate!). At the end, the events at Camp Angel catch up to what went on in the first arc with Stryker’s robots, I wonder how many people are gonna die next issue? Lots.