✯ X-Men Books ✴ Author Chris Claremont – Pccare247.us

X-Men The Body Count Rises Higher Than Ever As The X Men And Their Allies Face War On Every Front X Factor Comes Up Against Their Deadliest Challenge In Apocalypse The New Mutants Lose One Of Their Own And After The Marauders Slaughter The Morlocks, They Take On The X Men Collecting New Mutants 1983 55 61, Uncanny X Men 220 227, X Factor 1986 19 26, Captain America 1968 339, Daredevil 1964 252, Fantastic Four 1961 312, Incredible Hulk 1968 340, Power Pack 1984 35

✯ X-Men  Books ✴ Author Chris Claremont – Pccare247.us
  • Hardcover
  • 824 pages
  • X-Men
  • Chris Claremont
  • 16 December 2018
  • 0785153128

    10 thoughts on “✯ X-Men Books ✴ Author Chris Claremont – Pccare247.us


  1. says:

    This is the first major comics crossover I ever read as a kid It unfortunately has not aged too well The first third is X Factor The sory and plot isn t bad, but I can t quite get into Walt Simonson s art The second third is X Men and features some of the first art for Marvel at least by Mark Silvestri His stuff is cool, but to me has always looked like he learned to draw from fashion school The characters usually look like they are about to have glamour photos taken The writing here is This is the first major comics crossover I ever read as a kid It unfortunately has not aged too well The first third is X Factor The sory and plot isn t bad, but I can t quite get into Walt Simonson s art The second third is X Men and features some of the first art for Marvel at least by Mark Silvestri His stuff is cool, but to me has always looked like he learned to draw from fashion school The characters usually look like they are about to have glamour photos taken The writing here is by the cringe worthy Chris Claremont God, why didn t the editors step in and help touch up his horrendous dialogue The final third is New Mutants The story and art here are my favorite A lot of people complain about Bret Blevins art style I think it s amazing.Oh, by the way, if you are actually reading this I write these reviews for myself to keep track of what I have recently read , I would not recommend this to anyone but old school X Men geeks If you are jumping into this uninitiated, y...


  2. says:

    When x overs started to get out of control Its three different stories, all interconected Sort of X Factor, X Men, and New Mutants all have terrible, seminal things happen to them, and they sort of relate to one another All decent stories, but too disjointed And then Forge turns the X Men into a ball of mystic energy and throws them into a giant copy of the Torah and everyone things they re dead and leave then they turn out NOT to be dead but they don t tell anyone because that will be all When x overs started to get out of control Its three different stori...


  3. says:

    It s the X Factor issues that really bring this story alive with the art by Walt Simonson so the second half of the volume is really great and a lot of fun looks amazing too The first half has some weaknesses but soldier on it s worth the effort.


  4. says:

    X Factor I m generally not a fan of Louise Simonson s X Men work, but these arcs are quite good The story of Cameron Hodge and the Right is a nice bit of betrayal that underlines the human mutant conflict while offering it in a very in your face way, and the lead in to Apocalypse is nicely intertwined The Apocalypse story proper is also quite good both for how much it sets up the ideas of Apocalypse that have been used in the decades since and for how it makes a real change in X Factor 7 X Factor I m generally not a fan of Louise Simonson s X Men work, but these arcs are quite good The story of Cameron Hodge and the Right is a nice bit of betrayal that underlines the human mutant conflict while offering it in a very in your face way, and the lead in to Apocalypse is nicely intertwined The Apocalypse story proper is also quite good both for how much it sets up the ideas of Apocalypse that have been used in the decades since and for how it makes a real change in X Factor 7 10 My only complaint is the lack of issue 17, which was referred to so often that it should have been included.I was less thrilled by all the crossovers It s nice to have them all together, but none of them are that good, so they re mainly a nice excuse to see Marvel of the 80s, with a ...


  5. says:

    This is a crossover event that is missing the crossing over There is some awareness of the other storylines, but the three sections can be read separately Basically the three X Titles, Uncanny X Men, X Factor, and New Mutants, all face dire consequences and events and the end result is they all face big status quo changes Status quo changes good storylines that get you there Uncanny X Men 225 227This finally wraps up the first Life Death story The fun thing to watch with Claremont, is This is a crossover event that is missing the crossi...


  6. says:

    The first thing you re likely to hear about FALL OF THE MUTANTS is that it would be wrong to call it a crossover It s actually a trio of unconnected but otherwise earth shaking events in each of the X books Uncanny, New Mutants, and X Factor that just happen to coincide It doesn t even really matter in which order they are read across the two paperback volumes, especially given that the Incredible Hulk tie in issues arrive in the wrong order.First up is the core X Men team, centering on Stor The first thing you re likel...


  7. says:

    Nostalgia is a hell of a thing The X Men and X Factor Fall of the Mutants storylines were some of the first comics I read, and definitely among the first comics I loved I never read the New Mutants, because the little town I grew up in didn t have a comic shop and the spinner rack at 7 11 did not stock New Mutants So did these comics hold up Yes and no The X Factor issues leading up to and encompassing the Fall of Mutants , as well as some of the tie ins Daredevil, Captain America were Nostalgia is a hell of a thing The X Men and X Factor Fall of the Mutants storylines were some of the...


  8. says:

    I have two words to use to describe this graphic novel classic and depressing The three X Men teams of the period the X Men themselves, the New Mutants, and X Factor the original X Men team are each put through their own personal crucibles, with only one team ending up making it through their harrowing ordeals generally unfazed A major character death on one of the teams, and a complete upending of another full group made this a to...


  9. says:

    Loved it Thought all three story arcs were solid XFactor got a little dull but I finally got to see the origins of my favorite mutant Archangel anti hero ChrisClaremont NewMutants was brilliant and saddening RIPCypher RIPDoug


  10. says:

    I love both the X Factor and the X Men segments of the story, but the crossovers and New Mutants sections seemed too much.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *