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eBook X-Necrosha ePub

by Craig Kyle,Mike Carey,Zeb Wells,Clayton Crain,Diogenes Neves,Clay Mann,Christopher Yost

  • ISBN: 078514675X
  • Category: Graphic Novels
  • Subcategory: Funnies
  • Author: Craig Kyle,Mike Carey,Zeb Wells,Clayton Crain,Diogenes Neves,Clay Mann,Christopher Yost
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Marvel (December 29, 2010)
  • Pages: 448
  • ePub book: 1269 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1963 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 671

Description

Christopher Yost (Author), Mike Carey (Author), Zeb Wells (Author), Clayton Crain (Illustrator), Diogenes Neves (Illustrator), Clay Mann (Illustrator) & 4 more. Book 5 of 6 in the X-Force Volume Series.

Christopher Yost (Author), Mike Carey (Author), Zeb Wells (Author), Clayton Crain (Illustrator), Diogenes Neves (Illustrator), Clay Mann (Illustrator) & 4 more.

X-Necrosha is a collection of X-men themed comics by authors Craig Kyle, Christopher Yost, Zeb Wells and Mike Carey, from specific Necrosha comics to issues of X-Force, New Mutants, New X-Men and X-Men Legacy. As could be expected I have mixed feelings towards such a varied book, both in terms of writing and of illustration. First of all, I must say the main story, developed in the X-Necrosha and some X-Force issues was somewhat disappointing.

by Craig Kyle · Christopher Yost · Mike Carey · Zeb Wells · Clayton Crain · Clay Mann · Danny Miki · Jay Leisten · Allen Martinez · Walden Wong · Yanick Paquette · Michel Lancombe · Brian Reber · Nathan Fairbairn · Matt Milla · Ibraim Roberson · Gabriel Hernandez Walta · Leonard Manco · Kalman Andrasofszky · Cam Smith · Mateus Santolouco · L. Molina · C. Fidler · J. Roberts · Clayton Cowles · Edgar Tadeo · Diogenes Neves · John Rauch · Joe Caramagna. by Mike Carey · John Dell · John Romita, Jr.

Clayton Crain; Diogenes Neves; Clay Mann (illustrator). Seller Inventory M078514675X. Kyle, Craig; Yost, Christopher; Carey, Mike; Wells, Zeb. Published by Marvel 2010-12-29 (2010). ISBN 10: 078514675X ISBN 13: 9780785146759. More information about this seller Contact this seller.

Writer: Mike Carey, Craig Kyle, Zeb Wells, Christopher Yost. NECROSHA CHAPTER 2 The resurrected dead lay siege to the X-Men's headquarters, and the fight to survive the Black Queen's vengeance begins. Artist: Clayton Crain. Publication date: December 2009. NECROSHA CHAPTER 2 The resurrected dead lay siege to the X-Men's headquarters, and the fight to survive the Black Queen's vengeance begins

Craig Kyle Christopher Yost Mike Carey Zeb Wells. Necrosha had been slowly building in the pages of X-Force and began in earnest with the one-shot X-Necrosha, released on October 28, 2009, and continued in X-Force, New Mutants, and X-Men: Legacy.

Craig Kyle Christopher Yost Mike Carey Zeb Wells. Necrosha" is a 2009–10 comic book crossover storyline published by Marvel Comics featuring the X-Men family of characters. 1 Publication history.

Illustrator Clayton Crain, Diogenes Neves, Clay Mann. Unknown - Please report.

Art by CLAYTON CRAIN, DIOGENES NEVES, CLAY MANN, MIKE NORTON, ALINA URUSOV, KALMAN ANDRASOFSZKY . Cover by CLAYTON CRAIN. Necrosha: Part 2 of 6 - Written by CRAIG KYLE and CHRISTOPHER YOST. Art by CLAYTON CRAIN. NECROSHA continues here!!

Art by CLAYTON CRAIN, DIOGENES NEVES, CLAY MANN, MIKE NORTON, ALINA URUSOV, KALMAN ANDRASOFSZKY, LEONARDO MANCO, IBRAIM ROBERSON, MATEUS SANTOLOUCO, and CARLO BARBERI. NECROSHA - the massive event tying X-FORCE, X-MEN LEGACY and NEW MUTANTS! Selene's Inner Circle stands revealed and her master plan has been set into motion. NECROSHA continues here!!

Smith Cam Smith Carlo Barberi Carlo Pagualyan Carlos Cuevas Chris Sotomayor Chris Yost Christopher Long Christopher Sotomayor Christos Gage Clay Mann Clayton Crain Clayton Henry Cliff Richards Cory Petit Craig Kyle Damon Hurd Dan Abnett Dan Brereton Daniel Acuna Daniel Ketchum Danny K. Miki Dave Lanphear Dave Mccaig Dave Meikis Dave Sharpe David Aja David Baldeon David Curiel Inshield David Hahn

Clayton Crain/Cover Artist. Christopher Yost/Writer. Ibraim Roberson/Penciler. Necrosha: Chapter One". Craig Kyle Chris Yost.

Clayton Crain/Cover Artist. Clayton Crain/Penciler. Clayton Crain/Colourist. Ibraim Roberson/Inker. Part of the "Necrosha" event. Alternate Covers: Wraparound Textless.

Necrosha, the massive event tying X-FORCE, X-MEN LEGACY and NEW MUTANTS! Selene's Inner Circle stands revealed and her master plan has been set into motion. Watch as the the resurrected dead lay siege to the X-Men's headquarters, and the fight to survive the Black Queen's vengeance begins. But while Warpath and Wolverine realize what's happening, they may be too late to stop it. Because Selene is already well on her way to achieving ultimate power half a world away. Plus, the rest of the X-Men fight mutants back from the dead! COLLECTING: New X-Men #32, X-Force #11, #21-25, New Mutants #6-8, X-Men: Legacy #231-234, X-Force/New Mutants: Necrosha One-Shot, X Necrosha: The Gathering, material from X-Force Annual

Comments

Heraly Heraly
So, I'm kind of obsessed with x-23. I started with NYX & All- New Wolverine and then went into X-force but while reading X-force i realized i had literally no back ground of the dilemmas the X-Men went through in the 2000s so started play catch up. Which then lead me to House of M, Messaih Complex, New X-Men, New Mutant, back to X-Force and finally to Necrosha.

Now the reason I gave this such a low score is i felt that i did a pretty good job at getting caught up, and I still had no idea who anyone was, why everything was so bleak, or large amounts of in fighting. Now mind you I haven't read any of the actual X-Men line from this decade. Which i get the feeling I need to to understand this Volume, but who concludes a huge arc where it never started? Well unless you consider the story around a camp fire they told randomly in Volume 2 or 3 of x-force.

anyways if you are like me and playing X-men of the 2000 catch up, skip this one, you'll be missing nothing other then a shambled piece of fiction. Skip to Messiah Complex second coming which has been a much more enjoyable experience without needing to read all of cables back story to understand what horrible things await him and hope.

Also all the cross over comics that possibly explain everything that i was confused about are at the back of the book, and feel slapped on instead of being integrated into the full arc as it was originally published... so I had literally no interest in reading them when i finished to the conclusion of the actual arc, and skipped straight to Second Coming.
happy light happy light
This story could have been collected two different ways. It could have tried to place everything in order or it could separate the individual stories so they could each be read separately. They don't intersect all that much, so either way could work.

Personally, I don't mind the way they presented them here, with the X-Force issues first, New Mutants next and X-Men Legacy third. A second reading might make you appreciate a few little things in the early stories with the knowledge from the following ones, but overall nothing major is lost by the way they present them here.

Overall, I enjoyed the story. It picks up some things that started in previous issues of X-Force (the whole series by Kyle and Yost is fantastic, by the way) and brings them to a violent, deadly conclusion right before the events of Second Coming pick up the rest of the (Bastion-related) threads left by the series. The problems now come back to the X-Men's island home, and we get to see a lot of characters in the spotlight throughout the story. We also see the return of many long-dead characters, most of whom are only back temporarily, which is preferable to making all of them suddenly become permanent characters again. It was cool to see who they came up with as members of Selene's undead army, including characters like the Hellions (renewing their rivalry with the New Mutants) and one on Miur Island whose identity I won't reveal since I enjoyed the surprise there.

The art, though widely varied, is great throughout.
Barinirm Barinirm
While not as incredibly well done as Messiah Complex, X-Necrosha does make for a far more entertaining tale than either Messiah War or Utopia. The story itself isn't so much a crossover though as it is a common theme running through various titles, which can very easily be divided into three distinct stories each with their own merits.

The first and bulkiest of the tales is the one running through X-Force. It is written by Chris Yost and Craig Kyle with art by Clayton Crain and is the real basis behind the book itself. Unfortunately this story is probably the weakest. It starts great with the revival of some great X-Villains and the invasion of Utopia which is perfectly illustrated by Crain's dark murky style, but the event quickly loses steam. Despite a few early surprises after the initial invasion there isn't much left to the story and the final battle just seems to lose feeling. Even Crain's artwork seems less inspired, probably due to timing constraints as the further into the book the more blurry the images become. Still it is a worthy piece, and if you've been reading X-Force for the last year and a half it's a must since the story has been building sense the series launched.

The next story comes from New Mutants with writer Zeb Wells and primarily artist Diogenes Neves. The story revolves around how the New Mutants face the invasion of Utopia having to deal with both the revival of the Hellions and their former teammate Doug Ramsey. Wells does a great job of reviving Doug not only literally but metaphorically as well bringing depth to the character and his abilities he had been lacking since his inception. The art isn't quite up to the level of the script on this one, but it is well done, you probably won't come away dying for more Neves nor will you come away disappointed and I suspect we'll be seeing improvement in the artist as his career develops.

Last but certainly not least is Mike Carey and Clay Mann's X-Men Legacy story. This one is the most removed of all the material dealing with a villain who "hitched" a ride back to life with the revived Destiny. As Proteus is not really under the control of Selene this piece really has quite a different feel to it. Carey's scripting as always is excellent though it's really no surprise that the characters who get the most spotlight are Rogue and Magneto, the real surprise on this one is Mann's artwork. The artist's work is very reminiscent of Oliver Copiel and equally impressive, easily the best in the book, and it's what really makes this story the standout of the bunch.

The book itself also has a decent helping of extras, two important issues included are back issues from X-Force and New X-Men showing some of the roots to the story that stretched back years, but in an odd design choice the pieces are actually after the story they should precede. Also included is The Gathering (another prequel piece), a brief Deadpool story from the X-Force Annual, and another Rogue centric issue of X-Men Legacy. None of these issues are essential to the reading but they each, particularly the later two, make great reads and are much appreciated extras as I'm sure even without them the price tag would have remained the same.

All in all X-Necrosha is a great concept and makes for a quite enjoyable read and certainly brings something different to the world of X-Men.