[Reading] ➷ Uncanny X-Men, Volume 6 By Brian Michael Bendis – Thomashillier.co.uk

Uncanny X-Men, Volume 6 It S The Final Explosive Story In Brian Michael Bendis Epic X Men Saga Cyclops Is On The Edge Recent Events Have Driven This Already Tempestuous Mutant To The Point Of Disaster Will Scott Summers Save Himself From Ruin Or Will He Make That Fateful Leap Meanwhile, Kitty Pryde And Illyana Rasputin Take On An Assignment Neither Of Them Thought They Would Tackle Facing Off Against A Legion Of Monsters And Mystique Returns, Out For Vengeance Against Cyclops Revolutionary Team Will Magik S Soulsword Be Enough To Halt The Shapeshifter S Wrath Questions Will Be Answered As Everything Builds To A Head The Jean Grey School, The New Xavier School, The Time Tossed Young X Men It S All Going To Change The X Men Are At A Crossroads And Not Everyone Will Make It Through In One Piece.Collecting Uuncanny X Men 32 35, 600


10 thoughts on “Uncanny X-Men, Volume 6

  1. says:

    And the Mutant Revolution never came I got this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of writing a better overall review. This TPB collects Uncanny X Men 32 35 600.Creative Team Writer Brian Michael BendisIllustrators Chris Bachalo, Kris Anka, Valerio Schiti, Sara Pichelli, Mahmud Asrar, Stuart Immonen, David Marquez Frazer Irving UNCANNY NUMBERING AND ARTWORK If you are wondering why the heck the numbering of the issues jumped from 35 to 600, And the Mutant Revolution never came I got this in its single comic book issues, but I chosen this TPB edition to be able of writing a better overall review. This TPB collects Uncanny X Men 32 35 600.Creative Team Writer Brian Michael BendisIllustrators Chris Bachalo, Kris Anka, Valerio Schiti, Sara Pichel...


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    Much like its previous third volume, this was a collected series of standalone issues I m not really sure whether this volume is entitled The Revolution or Storyville There are conflicting sources that say it s one or the other Maybe the collection is yet to be finalized I don t know But this one does feature the fifty two paged special 600th issue of The Uncanny X Men which effectively ends Brian Michael Bendis run of UXM and even ANXMBut before we discuss that prominent issue, let s Much like its previous third volume, this was a collected series of standalone issues I m not really sure whether this volume is entitled The Revolution or Storyville There are ...


  3. says:

    So here we have the final volume of Brian Michael Bendis run on the X Men.I ve consistently very much enjoyed his work on All New X Men but his work on Uncanny X Men has been muchvariable in quality There have been great issues but there h...


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    Great end to Bendis s X Men run I ve really enjoyed watching the way Bendis has shaped these characters He s made Cyclops farinteresting than I d ever thought he could be, and I loved the way that his revolution played out in the book But that s really just the first and the last issues in the collection In between, there s a bit of filler with Kitty and Illyanna finding a young mutant and bringing her safely to the school It s basically meaningless in the larger scheme of things, sur Great end to Bendis s X Men run I ve really enjoyed watching the way Bendis has shaped these characters He s made Cyclops farinteresting than I d ever thought he could be, and I loved the way that his revolution played out in the book But that s really just the first and the last issues in the collection In between, there s a bit of filler with Kitty and Illyanna finding a young mutant and bringing her safely to the school It s basically meaningless in the larger scheme of things, sure, but this book has been pretty heavy for awhile, and it was nice to get a break from that There s...


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    Review got erased so this will be a lot shorter Good ending, not amazing, but felt like it tied up a lot of things I personally enjoyed the last few volumes and believe Bendis did a goodjob overall with this series Couple of duds but overall some real solid shit.


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    Um, that was a book.Tied up a lot of loose ends.Made it possible for us to see how schlocky Bendis can get when he s saying goodbye.Left young Beast with quite the stiffie, and modern Beast with the sniffles.Not much to say it was decent but not his best work by a long shot.And after a six month delay, that 30 odd page finale was pretty trite A short intervention with Beast, a polite revolution from Cyclops No particular point to it all, and it creates no specific momentum to roll into Secr Um, that was a book.Tied up a lot of loose ends.Made it possible for us to see how schlocky Bendis can get when he s saying goodbye.Left young Beast with quite the stiffie, and modern Beast with the sniffles.Not much to say it was decent but not his best work by a long shot.And after a six month delay, that 30 odd page finale was pretty trite A short intervention with Beast, a polite revolution from Cyclops No particular point to it all, and it...


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    Read as single issues Cards on the table, I actually quite liked most of Brian Bendis X Men run His All New X Men was solid superhero stuff, whilst Uncanny X Men wasof an unorthodox book with new characters However, post Black Vortex, both series seemed to fall apart a little As if they were in a holding pattern waiting for Uncanny X Men 600 to drop and supposedly conclude Bendis stories, they all had mostly done in one stories that didn t really go anywhere.Uncanny X Men was probab Read as single issues Cards on the table, I actually quite liked most of Brian Bendis X Men run His All New X Men was solid superhero stuff, whilst Uncanny X Men wasof an unorthodox book with new characters However, post Black Vortex, both series seemed to fall apart a little As if they were in a holding pattern waiting for Uncanny X Men 600 to drop and supposedly conclude Bendis stories, they all had mostly done in one stories that didn t really go anywhere.Uncanny X Men was probably hit harder than All New, with this final volume collecting issues 32 35 and 600.Issue 32 which reunites Cyclops with his still inverted Maybe It s not clear, well done Bendis brother Havok and moves the pair of them off the chessboard, whilst issue 33 features Magik and Kitty Pryde going monster hunting, which is fun but of no real consequence other tha...


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    The end of Bendis s run on UXM I read this before finishing out All New X Men, plus the Black Vortex story, so I guess I spoiled some things for myself Here, though, the X Men gang accuses Beast of messing with so many elements of time and space, that he s become reckless This was rather awful, as the X Men are always doing stuff that s a bit outside the norm It seems rather hypocritical, much in the way they have treated Scott Summers Summers, though, tries to redeem himself, but I m not s The end of Bendis s run on UXM I read this before finishing out All New X Men, plus the Black Vortex story, so I guess I spoiled some things for myself Here, though, the X Men gang accuses Beast of messing with so many elements of time and space, that he s become reckless This was rather awful, as the X Men are always doing stuff that s a bit outsi...


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    Bendis tries to wrap both his All New and Uncanny X men runs here the All New is mostly covered in 600 There s some good writing from him, but it ends on a thread with Beast that you kinda want to seeof, but it s something the next writer might just ignore It is also a position we ve seen Beast in before, so it s not that major of a revelation I think Bendis sticks to what he does best here, and that s giving characters long multi speech bubble dialogue parts were they re all thinking Bendis tries ...


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    I started reading All New X Men and Uncanny X Men because Brian Michael Bendis is one of my favourite writers I ve never been a big X Men fan Never really read comics as a kid, and I got into Marvel because of the MCU films, which is why I was never pulled into the X Men books before now.So that being said, I have no real stake in the X Men continuity, which may be why I was able to enjoy these books Especially the All New X Men stuff.That being said, I don t think it s as good as his fantast I started reading All New X Men and Uncanny X Men because Brian Michael Bendis is one of my favo...