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X-Men Over Six Tumultuous Decades, The X Men Have Carved A Singular Place In Comic Book Lore And Popular Culture From Their Riotous Birth In The 60s, To Their Legendary Reboot In The 70s, To Their Attitude Adjustment In The 90s, To Their Battle Against Extinction In The 00s, The X Men Have Remained Unquestionably Relevant To Generations Of Readers, The Ultimate Underdogs In An Increasingly Complicated World Now, New York Times Best Selling Author Ed PiskorHip Hop Family Tree, Wizzywig Takes You On A Pulse Pounding Tour Of X Men History Unlike Anything You Ve Ever Experienced Before, An Intricate Labor Of Love That Stitches Together Hundreds Of Classic And Obscure Stories Into One Seamless Masterpiece Of X Men Lore This Volume Collects X MEN GRAND DESIGN And Includes X MEN 1 From 1963, Masterfully Recolored By Ed, Along With Other Extras Including Recolored Classic Pinups Presented In The Same Dynamic, Oversized Format Of The Best Selling Hip Hop Family Tree.

  • Paperback
  • 120 pages
  • X-Men
  • Ed Piskor
  • 09 January 2018
  • 1302904892

About the Author: Ed Piskor

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10 thoughts on “X-Men

  1. says:

    Ed Piskor brings the Hip Hop Family Tree treatment to the X Men Set in an old school, over sized treasury format, Piskor brings in all of the flashbacks from the X Men books throughout the years and gives us the historical highlights of those that would eventually form the X Men Issue 2 covers the times from Uncanny X Men 1 up to right before Giant Size X Men 1 cherry picking stories from the original Uncanny X Men run Piskor s art and coloring mimics those early comics and how they ve age Ed Piskor brings the Hip Hop Family Tree treatment to the X Men Set in an old school, over sized trea...

  2. says:

    I really don t know where to begin with this book.Perhaps I should describe the yellowed pulp paper, or the thick line work, or the Kirbyesque faces and costumes.Maybe I should be praising the way Mr Piskor has so beautifully highlighted the strangeness of the Silver Age X Men while molding it into a single, tightly woven narrative.Or maybe I should just shut up and implore you to GO BUY THIS FRIGGIN BOOK If you love or have ever loved or have ever even held a passing interest in the X Men, y I really don t know where to begin with this book.Perhaps I should describe the yellowed pulp paper, or the thick line work, or the Kirbyesque faces and costumes.Maybe I should be praising the way Mr Piskor has so beautifully highlighted the strangeness of the Silver Age X Men while molding it into a single, tightly woven narrative.Or maybe I should just shut up and implore you to GO BUY THIS FRIGGIN BOOK If you love ...

  3. says:

    I like the idea of this and being a fan of the X Men this project appealed to me After reading it though, I m underwhelmed.In this volume, Piskor takes all of the stories starting with the Lee series to just before Claremont s run, condenses them and puts them in a chronological order Basically, if you read all of the original issues straight through, what were they key points that you would remember about each character and what happened That s w...

  4. says:

    This was a mixed bag One one hand, the art is good and it s printed on a different type of paper that makes it feel like an authentic older comic But the thing is, there s really not a fluid story here and it sjust a collection of events that happened in the X Men comics during the silver age There are even jump cuts from page to page that are very abrupt I think this is meant to be a summary of sorts of the X Men Universe, but really I m not sure what purpose it serves because the mor This was a mixed bag One one hand, the art is good and it s printed on a different type of paper...

  5. says:

    Collects X Men Grand Design issues 1 2 and X Men 1963 issue 1 recolored by Ed Piskor This is an awesome book chronicling the early days of X Men history As far as I could tell, from my limited X Men knowledge, the stories detailed i...

  6. says:

    I thought this was a very funny and clever way to catch up on a massive and chaotic X men history and Piskor does so with love, humor, and detail I am looking forward to the next batch of stories this year.

  7. says:

    Simple plot but not bad, final expected but not bad, is an easy book to read and good for people who do not have a specific time for this activity since you can read in the truck, free spaces, etc.

  8. says:

    Komiks napisany z mi o ci do X Men w Traktowa em to jak skrypt, kt ry z grubsza zarysuje ca o i w zasadzie troch tak jest, ale to niesie ze sob dosy dramatyczne konsekwencje, np tak , e ca o jest bardzo, ale to bardzo skr towa, w tki bywaj sp ycone maksymalnie i cz sto przeskakujemy mi dzy nimi tak szybko i pobie nie, e kto kto w temacie nie siedzi, w pewnym momencie musi ust pi przed infantylnym charakterem tych tre ci Czemu trzy gwiazdki Bo naprawd czu , e Piskor zrobi to z Komiks napisany z mi o ci do X Men w Traktowa em to jak skrypt, kt ry z grubsza zarysuje ca o i w zasadzie troch tak jest, ale to niesie ze sob dosy dramatyczne konsekwencje, np tak , e ca o jest bardzo, ale to bardzo skr towa, w tki bywaj sp yc...

  9. says:

    I love the design, art style, and narrative that Piskor uses in retelling the early days of the X Men This book easily sits beside his volumes of Hip Hop Family Tree both physically and via content.One can dream that Piskor tackles other Marvel titles groups Punisher Grand Design, think about it

  10. says:

    The X Men were the characters that got me into comics I picked up all four issues of the X Men Vs Fantastic Four in the first comic book store I ever went to, and immediately fell in love with comics, and then read X Men Days of Future Present and was so confused that I stopped reading comics for several years.I ve occasionally tried to read as much of the full run of X Men and related comics X Factor, X Force, Generation X, New Mutants, etc as possible but I never make it out of the Silve The X Men were the characters that got me into comics I picked up all four issues of the X Men Vs Fantastic Four in the first comic book stor...

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