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X-Men Relive The Legendary First Journey Into The Dystopian Future Of 2013 Where Sentinels Stalk The Earth And The X Men Are Humanity S Only Hope Until They Die Also Featuring The First Apperance Of Alpha Flight, The Return Of The Wendigo, The History Of Cyclops And A Demon For Christmas


10 thoughts on “X-Men

  1. says:

    One of the strongest X Men stories ever This edition not only include the main story Days of Future Past but also several issues before and after of the story This particular collected TPB contains Uncanny X Men 138 143 and also the X Men Annual 4 So, my rating is an overall average based on the sum of all individual ratings per story.Creative Team Chris Claremont Writer John Byrne Illustrator , both co plottersAlso John Romita, Jr Illustrator in the Annual ELEGY Unca One of the strongest X Men stories ever This edition not only include the main story Days of Future Past but also several issues before and after of the story This particular collected TPB contains Uncanny X Men 138 143 and also the X Men Annual 4 So, my rating is an overall average based on the sum of all individual ratings per story.Creative Team Chris Claremont Writer John Byrne Illustrator , both co plottersAlso John Romita, Jr Illustrator in the Annual ELEGY Uncanny X Men 138Rating 5 sta...


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    This collection is labeled as Days of Future Past but seeing as the feature presentation is only a two issue story, there s a great deal of padding on either side of it and while DOFP is tremendous, everything else in here kind of sucks.Before the stories even begin, we re given a massive amount of history bringing us up to date on what has been going down in the X Men universe We re treated to lots of epic storytelling involving the birth of Phoenix, the death of many mutant brethren, and Cy This collection is labeled as Days of Future Past but seeing as the feature presentation is only a two issue story, there s a great deal of padding on either side of it and while DOFP is tremendous, everything else in here kind of sucks.Before the stories even begin, we re given a massive amount of history bringing us up to date on what has been going down in the X Men universe We re treated to lots of epic storytelling involving the birth of Phoenix, the death of many mutant brethren, and Cyclops departure from the group, leaving Storm as team captain.From there, we re thrust into a story involving Doctor Strange and the team s venture into a version of Hell...


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    Welcome to Days of future past arc from 1981 which inspired 2013 epic movie version which surpassed all expectations aaaaand four other totally unrelated stories We pick up the story right afterDark phoenix sagaand find ourselves reading over 25 years of X men history in 20 pages.And we call him Giant Potato Right after that painful chapter, Cyclopes takes an extended leave of absence and X men adds a new member to their team Kitty Pryde In second story, X men along with Benedicuh. Welcome to Days of future past arc from 1981 which inspired 2013 epic movie version which surpassed all expectations aaaaand four other totally unrelated stories We pick up the story right afterDark phoenix sagaand find ourselves reading over 25 years of X men history in 20 pages.And we call him Giant Potato Right after that painful chapter, Cyclopes takes an extended leave of absence and X men adds a new member to their team Kitty Pryde In second story, X men along with Benedicuh. I mean Doctor Strange goes to Dante s hell to save Nightcrawler on his birthdayMy birthdays are never this exciting, damnitNothing exceptional here. Move along In third story, Wolverine and Nightcrawler travels to Canada to handle some unfinished business and ends up fighting Wendigo This is the second best arc in this book after DOFP Uh Sure it is, Logan.And then comes the fourth and the most exciting story of this book, Days of future past Kitty pryde projects her min...


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    Man oh Man My memories of Days of Future Past were about as inaccurate as I ve ever seen my memories be To be fair to myself, I was eleven when it came out 32 years ago, and I only read it one time, and I ve never owned a copy of the original I read it at a friends house, so I suppose I shouldn t have an expectation of clear memories, but still it was a surprise to read it again and see just how far removed my brain was from the reality First, I remembered the story being big HUGE, in f Man oh Man My memories of Days of Future Past were about as inaccurate as I ve ever seen my memories be To be fair to myself, I was eleven when it came out 32 years ago, and I only read it one time, and I ve never owned a copy of the original I read it at a friends house, so I suppose I shouldn t have an expectation of clear memories, but still it was a surprise to read it again and see just how far removed my brain was from the reality First, I remembered the story being big HUGE, in fact But it spanned only two issues X Men 141 142 Second, I remembered Kitty Pryde, Colossus Katya beingepically impressive instead, she was heroic and cool, but in an understated, almost maternal way Third, much of what I thought was part of the arc the rise of the Sentinels, the Trasks, Rachel Summers, Nimrod either happened before or after these two issues Finally, I was sure Professor X was an important part of the tale, but Storm, Mystique, Kitty, Colossus, Wolverine and Franklin Richards were all muchi...


  5. says:

    This was a rather misleading collection First of all, what you need to understand is that this volume only officially contains the two issues concerning the time traveling storyline that has been known now as a classic Claremont must have The rest were supplemental ones Comprised of issues 138 143 of The Uncanny X Men line plus the Annual 4 with Dr Strange, this volume of Days of Future Past is actually less about the famed story arc mentioned It mostly...


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    I was almost convinced that I would never finish this It was thicker than the average volume and they just cram so much onto each page.But anyway, this was a good comic However, I have to admit that it s a little misleading Only two of the issues presented here are actually about the Days of Future Past storyline There are like three or four issues that take place at the beginning of this volume that summarize the history of the X Men and explain what happened in the Dark Phoenix Saga, which I was almost convinced that I would never finish this It was thicker than the average volume and they just cram so much onto each page.But anyway, this was a good comic However, I have to admit that it s a little misleading Only two of the issues presented here are actually about the Days ...


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    Brief Introduction As I read through these older X Men stories originally written by Chris Claremont, I wondered to myself about how the X Men stories were like back then versus how they are now The stories back then seemed to flow together nicely and the character interactions were fantastic and reading some of the newer X Men stories currently being made, they seem to lose that magic that made them great in the first place But enough about my little rant on the state of the X Men comics Brief Introduction As I read through these older X Men stories originally written by Chris Claremont, I wondered to myself about how the X Men stories were like back then versus how they are now The stories back then seemed to flow together nicely and the character interactions were fantastic and reading some of the newer X Men stories currently being made, they seem to lose that magic that made them great in the first place But enough about my little rant on the state of the X Men comics nowadays, this is about the most popular story in X Men history since The Dark Phoenix Saga, Days of Future Past This graphic novel does contain the popular story Days of Future Past written by Chris Claremont with artwork by John Byrne, but it also contains issues 138 143, so there are multiple stories in this collection that were quite enjoyable What is the story This collection of stories takes place after the events of T...


  8. says:

    Actually a short story collection with Days of Future Past being a two issue story, Chris Claremont ensures you will hate the X Men with his ultra crappy writing and storytelling Full review here


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    This was funny I just can t take these X Men or their dialog seriously I almost threw up from laughing so hard There was like thirty pages of recap in the beginning involving all sorts of random shit, like a T Rex and caveman villain, the whole Wendigo story Sasquatch Solomon Grundy eating your frozen meat popsicle friends turns you into a tundra werewolf monster , and an evil pterodactyl man villain thing Good laughs.Nightcrawler has a birthday where he gets a little crystal figurine o This was funny I just can t take these X Men or their dialog seriously I almost threw up from laughing so hard There was like thirty pages of recap in the beginning involving all sorts of random shit, like a T Rex and caveman villain, the whole Wendigo story Sasquatch Solomon Grundy eating your frozen meat popsicle friends turns you into a tundra werewolf monster , and an evil pterodactyl man villain thing Good laughs.Nightcrawler has a birthday where he gets a little crystal figurine ...


  10. says:

    In my memory, this was so much better I remembered it as an epic tale of X men lore Instead, 34 years later, it s an undeveloped and rather dull disappointment It turns out the original story is only two issues long and nowhere as good as I recalled it The cover art is great The rest of it is just plain mehand the other issues packaged with Days of Future Past in the graphic novel They re awful Cyclops gives a dull rehash of his career with the X men before he takes some time off aft In my memory, this was so much bett...


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