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eBook New X-Men by Grant Morrison Book 7 ePub

by Phil Jimenez,Grant Morrison

  • ISBN: 0785155384
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: Teens
  • Author: Phil Jimenez,Grant Morrison
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Marvel (November 23, 2011)
  • Pages: 136
  • ePub book: 1267 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1854 kb
  • Other: mobi doc lrf txt
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 393

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The writing, from Grant Morrison, hits SO in the spot real? His writing.

Only 15 left in stock (more on the way). The writing, from Grant Morrison, hits SO in the spot real? His writing makes me feel that, if Mutants exist, that might be the way most of us will act. Is just good writing.

Start by marking New X-Men by Grant Morrison Book 7 as Want to Read . New X-Men (2001) by. Grant Morrison (Text), Phil Jimenez. Man, Grant Morrison is so good when he is good. And his ideas are always weird and interesting.

Start by marking New X-Men by Grant Morrison Book 7 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

New X-Men was an American comic book ongoing series, written by Grant Morrison and featuring the mutant superhero team, the X-Men

New X-Men was an American comic book ongoing series, written by Grant Morrison and featuring the mutant superhero team, the X-Men.

and that was just the beginning. In one bold stroke, writer Grant Morrison (The Invisibles, JLA, Fantastic Four: 1234) propelled the X-Men into the 21st century - masterminding a challenging new direction for Marvel's mutant. New X-Men, Volume 2: Imperial. by Grant Morrison · Frank Quitely · Igor Kordey · Ethan Van Sciver.

The X-Men have long been at odds with one man who has caused them so much torment throughout the years: the genetic terrorist known as Magneto, Master of Magnetism. Grant Morrison writer. Phil Jimenez cover, penciler. They have battled him on countless occasions as he fought against Charles Xavier's dream of peaceful coexistence between mutants and humans, preferring instead that mutants inherit the Earth. At last, the X-Men's greatest adversary was thought dead, finally ridding the world of his mutant menace.

Grant Morrison’s work has been published and republished in multiple for-mats. In the interest of consistency, I have chosen to refer to the original comic books whenever possible-a decision that also foregrounds their publication as periodicals

Grant Morrison’s work has been published and republished in multiple for-mats. In the interest of consistency, I have chosen to refer to the original comic books whenever possible-a decision that also foregrounds their publication as periodicals. For serials published in anthologies such as 2000 AD or Crisis, I have assigned page numbers by chapter, not by their posi-tion in the anthologies (many of which were unpaginated and which remain out of print).

New X-Men by Grant Morrison. ատոր 2. Grant Morrison22 հունիսի, 2011 թ. Marvel Entertainment. When envious humans begin dissecting mutants and grafting their body parts, it's up to the X-Men to stop them!

New X-Men by Grant Morrison. When envious humans begin dissecting mutants and grafting their body parts, it's up to the X-Men to stop them! But things at home aren't much better as Cyclops and Jean Grey can't stop fighting, Jean's powers flare out of control, and Professor X's mind is trapped in the body of his comatose evil twin! Introducing the new Angel, and the X-Men have never seen anything like her! Կարդալ ավելին. Grant Morrison-ի մյուս գործերը.

The X-Men have long been at odds with one man who has caused them so much torment throughout the years: the genetic terrorist known as Magneto, Master of Magnetism. They have battled him on many occasions as he fought against Charles Xavier's dream of peaceful coexistence between mutants and humans, preferring instead that mutants inherit the Earth. At last, the X-Men's greatest adversary was thought dead, finally ridding the world of his mutant menace. But instead, he was simply hiding, waiting in secret to make a move against the team that has thwarted his plans again and again. But where he was hiding will shatter the lives of everyone at Xavier's Mansion. Can the X-Men prevent his planned genocide of the entire human race?

Comments

Ber Ber
I was hoping for something like Enemy of the State/Agent of Shield. What I got was an interesting concept (alternate worlds with the Phoenix an integral part of decision making). The end was too complex to be described in the few pages devoted to it. I got most of my information from the design version which was, thankfully, included.

Pictures are very good, colors and inking excellent.
Leon
Wizard Wizard
Alternate dimension X-men - always a fan. I liked it because it went in a direction that I haven't really read before.
Shaktit Shaktit
I was a huge fan of Morrison's run on New X-men. Issues 114 to 150 were some of the best writing the X men have ever seen, with intriguing story lines and great character development. Issues 150-154 (collected in this volume), however, were a let down. Morrison failed to pay attention to his own previous issues, especially when it came to the character of Cassandra Nova, who goes from big, bad ass villain to ally of the X-men with no explanation. The concept of a sentient virus/bacteria as the villain is intriguing and could yield great stuff, but Morrison doesn't DO anything fantastic with the idea and never explains HOW the organism works to build things up for its ultimate plan. Also, Morrison retconned Magneto's actions in Planet X by saying "Germs made him do it". I have nothing wrong with this per se, although it is a weak explanation, but it strikes me as HUGELY hypocritical, seeing how Morrison has written SCATHING denouncements of Claremont for retconning Magneto's behaviour for Marvel in the latest Excalibur run. I would recommend just reading up to 150 and dropping the last four of Morrison's work. Then, move on to Whedon's Astonishing X-men run, followed by Claremont's Excalibur, Bendis' House of M, and the Messiah Complex, Messiah War, Second Coming, and Generation Hope runs.
Marelyne Marelyne
Haven't read the X books in some time so unfortunate what this alternate future entailed. Great to see Wolverine still in action with the Cuckoo's. I still have so many questions, but it was a good jumping off point.
Tygokasa Tygokasa
first my copy as defective, the pages start coming out before i ve read the first issue
it was a bargain book so that may have been expected
but what can prompt a company as big a Walt Disney corp to sell a version so bad of their product?
its smaller than a regular comics, ugly and hard to read

the story and the art are excellent i ve read the comics when they came out ten years ago and really liked it. but this version is actually a robbery.
Jockahougu Jockahougu
Planet X was a story about everything that could possibly go wrong, going wrong. It was the incredibly sad, morbid, and sometimes redundant feeling that old ghosts won't die and that the problems that follow you around may never really cease. It squashed out many old ideas that had been persisting in the x-books once and for all. Most importantly, it was about X-Men's hearts breaking. From Charles' "This isn't happening" to Scott's "why are there always people like you?", it was less about the opponent than the somber realization that hope is an illusion and that things never really change. It was a depressing way to end a long run on X-men. Here Comes Tomorrow, then, asks the next logical question: "How do you fix a broken heart?" The story takes place 150 years in the future and shows the repurcussions of Planet X's heartbreak, as well as revealing some of the less transparent aspects of Morrison's run on New X-Men, such as who really was supplying the mutant-power enhancing drug known as Kick, and what it really was that the X-Men had been fighting all these years. The story is slow paced and enigmatic at first, but the last few pages are some of the most surreal and beautiful to enter a Marvel Universe book. How do you fix a broken heart? Nurture it. Sometimes I think all of our decisions boil down to denials and affirmations. It's not what information we're presented with, but whether we deny or affirm it. New X-Men ends with one huge affirmation, a resounding, Joycian "yes."