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eBook X-Men: X-Club ePub

by Paul Davidson,Simon Spurrier

  • ISBN: 078516443X
  • Category: Graphic Novels
  • Subcategory: Funnies
  • Author: Paul Davidson,Simon Spurrier
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Marvel; First Edition edition (July 4, 2012)
  • Pages: 120
  • ePub book: 1449 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1519 kb
  • Other: lrf lrf lit rtf
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 521

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Writer Simon Spurrier handles the series well. Spurrier tackles science/theory jargon with Big Bang Theory timing.

Writer Simon Spurrier handles the series well. He also manages to cram a lot of philosophical food for thought between these covers including: the relationship between science and religion; the definition of life; the multiverse. Artist Paul Davidson handles some unenviable tasks well (how exactly does one draw a person being disincorporated across eleven dimension?). 3 people found this helpful.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading X-Men: X-Club. Moreover Davidson's art particularly after Nemisis is beaten within an inch of his life really humanizes the pompous doctor. A few notes of disappointment about this graphic novel. First the paperstock is extremely thin.

Simon "Si" Spurrier is a British comics writer and novelist, who has . X-Men: Blind Science (with Paul Davidson/Francis Portela, one-shot, Marvel Comics, July 2010).

Simon "Si" Spurrier is a British comics writer and novelist, who has previously worked as a cook, a bookseller, and an art director for the BB. Spurrier has done a number of work for hire books, writing one 2000 AD themed novel for Black Flame press, and three science fiction novels for the Black Library, as well as an upcoming book for Abaddon Books. In May 2006 he signed a two-book contract with Hodder Headline. X-Men: Curse of the Mutants – Smoke and Blood (with Gabriel Hernandez Walta, one-shot, Marvel Comics, November 2010).

Here Simon Spurrier steps into an area of Ellis' expertise and pulls it off very well

Here Simon Spurrier steps into an area of Ellis' expertise and pulls it off very well. Yes, the science being spouted by the characters, especially Dr. Nemesis, is probably the height of pseudo-science and technobabble. That doesn't mean its not fun.

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Writer: Simon Spurrier. Artist: Paul Davidson. Publication date: February 2012 - June 2012. In the wake of SCHISM, the X-Men's Science Team takes it upon themselves to make a gesture of goodwill on behalf of mutantkind. But just as construction of the X-Club's state of the art space elevator nears completion, chaos erupts!

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Электронная книга "X-Men: X-Club", Simon Spurrier But just as construction of the X-Club's state of the art space elevator nears completion, chaos erupts! And it appears to the world that mutants are to blame.

Электронная книга "X-Men: X-Club", Simon Spurrier. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "X-Men: X-Club" для чтения в офлайн-режиме. But just as construction of the X-Club's state of the art space elevator nears completion, chaos erupts! And it appears to the world that mutants are to blame. Can Dr. Nemesis, Madison Jeffries, Kavita Rao and Danger clear the X-Men's name before their experiment backfires? Don't miss the story that will surely change how you look at the X-Men and the Periodic Table of Elements FOREVER!

Author: Simon Spurrier. We Do Science!’ In the wake of Schism, the members of the X-Men’s Science Team take it upon themselves to make a gesture of goodwill on behalf of mutantkind and better the world using Science

Author: Simon Spurrier. Published by: Marvel Comics. We Do Science!’ In the wake of Schism, the members of the X-Men’s Science Team take it upon themselves to make a gesture of goodwill on behalf of mutantkind and better the world using Science. But just as construction of the X-Club’s state-of-the-art space elevator nears completion, chaos erupts! And it appears to the world that mutants are to blame. Nemesis, Madison Jeffries, Kavita Rao and Danger clear the X-Men’s name before their experiment backfires?

"WE DO SCIENCE!" In the wake of SCHISM, the X-Men's Science Team takes it upon themselves to make a gesture of goodwill on behalf of mutantkind and better the world ... using SCIENCE. But just as construction of the X-Club's state of the art space elevator nears completion, chaos erupts! And it appears to the world that mutants are to blame. Can Dr. Nemesis, Madison Jeffries, Kavita Rao and Danger clear the X-Men's name before their experiment backfires? Don't miss the story that will surely change how you look at the X-Men and the Periodic Table of Elements FOREVER! COLLECTING: X-CLUB 1-5

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Āłł_Ÿøūrš Āłł_Ÿøūrš
Collecting: X-Club (miniseries) 1-5

Bonus: Pencil Gallery & Art Process Gallery

I have to admit I was pleasantly surprised by this miniseries. The issues collected here feature the X-Men's ("the real X-Men of Utopia" as Cyclops points out) science team: Dr. Nemesis, Madison Jeffries, Kavita Rao, and Danger. As a fan of the X-Men I was aware of these generally peripheral characters, and I was dubious about a series spotlighting them. However this graphic novel contains at its core a fun romp through quantum theory interspersed with a man-machine love story with some Nazis and a hilarious starfish thrown in to round out the story.

Yes this is one of more "out there" x-plots, but the novel also has enough nods to the mainstream x-series that I think it is worth picking up. Cyclops in particular comes across as nearly desperate in his post-Schism position.

Writer Simon Spurrier handles the series well. Spurrier tackles science/theory jargon with Big Bang Theory timing. He also manages to cram a lot of philosophical food for thought between these covers including: the relationship between science and religion; the definition of life; the multiverse.

Artist Paul Davidson handles some unenviable tasks well (how exactly does one draw a person being disincorporated across eleven dimension?). Moreover Davidson's art particularly after Nemisis is beaten within an inch of his life really humanizes the pompous doctor.

A few notes of disappointment about this graphic novel. First the paperstock is extremely thin. I prefer graphic novels with glossy durable pages, the paper here feel cheap and the artwork look about the same as in the magazine/serial version. A nicer paper could have made the art "pop." Second (and this only for shoppers and in no way reflects on novel itself) I received this directly from Amazon in a padded bag, no backboard or anything. So it had some bent corners and dings. Shoppers may want to ask for a box or cardboard backer when purchasing.

Overall I was pleasantly surprised to find a mini-series featuring some lesser known characters that was fun to read. I can recommend this to x-fans for the chance to see some of the science team's characters developed more fully than in the mainstream comics.
Reemiel Reemiel
Having read the disappointing X-Men: S.W.O.R.D. - No Time to Breathe TPB, which was about an X-men-related "side team" from the Astonishing X-men run, I came into this TPB - which is about a different X-men side team - with low expectations. Fortunately, this book was way better than I thought it would be.

"X-club" consists of Dr. Nemesis, Dr. Rao, Danger, and Madison Jeffries; if you have no idea who these characters are, skip this book - it is not for you. However, as long as you have seen all 4 of these characters before - even if you're not particularly attached to any of them - this book is worth a read...ESPECIALLY if you like Dr. Nemesis. He absolutely steals the show in this book.

The plot of this book is rather absurd, but it's a fun ride. It's chaotic, but manages to remain understandable. And it's quite funny in places.

This book gets 5-stars if you have any interest in the X-club members, but if you don't know about these characters beforehand, it's probably going to be a junky read for you.
fabscf fabscf
This 5 issue miniseries is a complete-in-itself fun romp with three scientists (Dr. Nemesis, Kavita Rao, and Madison Jeffries) plus Danger, the A.I. formerly known as the X-Men's Danger Room. I don't think you really need any familiarity with these characters or the X-Men (who are only tangentially involved) to enjoy this story. Marvel should do more with these characters!