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Whether you're a longtime fan of the X-Men comics or just someone who has only ever seen the films, this is the pefect book for you if you want to learn more about one of the X-Men's most dangerous foes.
Only 11 left in stock (more on the way). Whether you're a longtime fan of the X-Men comics or just someone who has only ever seen the films, this is the pefect book for you if you want to learn more about one of the X-Men's most dangerous foes. This volume is actually composed of multiple different stories featuring the titular character. The first is the Rise of Apocalypse mini-series, originally released in the 90s, it gives you the character's origin in Ancient Egypt.
The Rise of Apocalypse is a four-issue limited series published in 1996 by Marvel Comics. The series was written by Terry Kavanagh, and drawn by Adam Pollina. 5,000 years ago, a baby is found in the Egyptian desert by a band of nomad raiders. The child is raised and named En Sabah Nur by the tribe's leader, Baal, who teaches the boy survival of the fittest
Kavanagh's last new comics project was the Before the Fantastic Four: The Storms limited series in 2000–2001. Other books in the series.
This tells the story of the X-Men's greatest villain Apocalypse, or En Sabah. Kavanagh & Pollina put together a decent story here that tells the untold origin of Apocalpyse, one of the X-Universe's greatest villains. I loved the ties to ancient Egypt and even Rama-Tut but the ties to the Marvel Universe were to loose. They were mentioned and even shown but too quickly glossed over. Kavanagh's last new comics project was the Before the Fantastic Four: The Storms limited series in 2000–2001. The Rise of Apocalypse (4 books). Books by Terry Kavanagh.
Rise of Apocalypse (1996) Tags: X-Men. Published Oct 1996 by Marvel. Blood of the Father, script by Terry Kavanagh and James Felder, art by Adam Pollina and Mark Morales; En Sabah Nur and Baal get trapped in a cave-in; Baal tends to Nurs wounds, and they try to find their way out; Baal tells the origin of Rama-Tut; villains in the story include Rama Tut, Ozymandias, and Logos.
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Follow the journey of an outcast baby from ancient Egypt as he rises to become humanity's greatest enemy! Rescued and raised to believe in the survival of the fittest, the child known as En Sabah Nur is targeted by the pharaoh's scheming vizier Ozymandias and the time-traveling Rama-Tut! Millennia later, joincyclops and Phoenix in the 19th Century, caught between Apocalypse and Mr. Sinister!
Terry Kavanagh, James Felder. Place of Publication. Graphic Novels: Superheroes.
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Terry Kavanagh James Felder. Mark Morales Harry Candelario. Richard Starkings Comicraft. plot summary at uncannyxmen.
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