The X-Files: Season 10, Vol. 1 - Joe Harris, Michael Walsh & Carlos Valenzuela

The X-Files: Season 10, Vol. 1

By Joe Harris, Michael Walsh & Carlos Valenzuela

  • Release Date: 2014-01-15
  • Genre: Graphic Novels
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 11 Ratings)


For years they investigated the paranormal, pursued the “monsters of the week,” and sought the truth behind extraterrestrial activity, along with the grand conspiracy surrounding it rooted deep within their own government. But when AGENTS MULDER and SCULLY reunite for a new, ongoing series that ushers THE X-FILES into a new era of technological paranoia, multinational concerns, and otherworldly threats, it'll take more than a desire “to believe” to make it out alive. Collects issues #1–5.


  • Solid Continuation of 'The X-Files' With Some Pretty Big Plot Holes To a Fill Up

    By Jon David Tucker
    I was a little weary of delving into this series, but I found it hard to resist a Season 10, that promises continuation of the mythology and the return of 'monster of the week'. Overall... I found the plot to be a bit confusing in general. People returning from the dead, a group of mysterious figures (aliens, supersoldiers?) just show up and wreck our heroes, with little in the way of beefy dialogue to explain any of it. I'm hoping the writers, and Chris, know what they're doing with this storyline. I want it to be good, and it is promising so far, but the pace and plot confusion are bumming me out a little. I'm expecting all to be explained later, please do not disappoint. Tell that story guys! The character personalities are just nailed though, absolutely spot on. Dialogue finds a nice balance between funny and serious, just as the show did. Good read. Waiting for volume 2 to come out before reading ahead, but I am pleased so far.