Essential X-Men, Vol. 9 PDF ´ Essential X-Men, ePUB

Essential X-Men, Vol. 9 PDF ´ Essential X-Men, ePUB

Essential X-Men, Vol. 9 ❰PDF / Epub❯ ✅ Essential X-Men, Vol. 9 Author Chris Claremont – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Storm gets younger Polaris gets stronger Jean Grey gets tentacles and Psylocke gets a makeover from the Mandarin as the X Men's adventures continue Waves of super villainy strike the Savage Land Muir Storm gets younger Polaris gets stronger Jean Grey gets tentacles and Psylocke gets a makeover from the Mandarin as the X Men's adventures continue Essential X-Men, ePUB ´ Waves of super villainy strike the Savage Land Muir Isle and the Morlock Tunnels Collects Uncanny X Men and Annual .


10 thoughts on “Essential X-Men, Vol. 9

  1. Malum Malum says:

    A years worth of X Men comics where there is effectively no X Men? Yeah this isn't the best time for everyone's favorite mutants Storm is turned into a child Rogue disappears Colossus loses his memory Polaris goes off to be a movie star Psylocke becomes a villain and a ninja and Wolverine is splitting time between this book and his own solo book We do get to follow Forge around a lot soyeah not the best time for this book Marvel would even go on to retcon a lot of the events from this time such as why Legion killed Destiny and what was up with the whole Psylocke is now Asian instead of British Notable first appearances JubileeNotable events Acts of Vengeance As convoluted as it is and how stupid it was to take Psylocke's cool cloak outfit away and dress her in what amounts to a battle ready bathing suit Lady Mandarin vs Wolverine vs The Mandarin is probably the highlight of this volume


  2. Stephen Stephen says:

    This volume chronicles an interesting and unusual period of the X men saga Included here are Uncanny X Men #244 264 and Annual #13 The last of the 80s leading into the 90s brings us some of Claremont's last issues on the title and he leaves his markThe story starts directly following the Inferno crossover The X Men return to Australia to continue pretending to be dead so they can hide from the Marauders The first couple of issues are fun little guys and girls night out stories to lighten the mood after the dark Inferno saga This is followed by the X Men part of the Atlantis Attacks crossover From issue #246 251 we get the steady disintegration of the team with one defection one death and 5 deciding to go through the Siege Perilous After this there is no team for a whileEvents that followPsylocke is reborn as a Asian assassin Storm returns as a little girl Colossus is reborn in New York as an artist named Peter Nicholas Dazzler comes back as herself with no memories two members of Freedom Force are killed Forge and Banshee begin a search for the X Men and Jubilee becomes Wolverine's newest sidekickThis was an era I truly enjoyed when they were first published They lost little in the re read but still very fun


  3. Dawn Livingston Dawn Livingston says:

    I admit I skimmed through this and didn't read most of it This line up is not my favorite Some of the artwork from a few of the issues were just terribleI would say that if you want all of X Men for the sake of continuity then get this but most of the stuff in here could be skipped it's not essential or all that greatI would not buy this new at full price 20 I think I'd only get it if it were just a few dollars and in good condition On a side not it's interesting to see how the look of Rogue has changed over the years and continued to change after these issues this collection


  4. Andy Andy says:

    For die hards only The X men comics got a little bit weak in the late 80's The team kinda disintegrates in the first half and we see of on again off again members Forge and Banshee than we do of the team's stars As for villains it's the Reavers the Reavers and of the Reavers This volume just seems to be missing so much of what makes the X Men well the X Men


  5. ribbonknight ribbonknight says:

    The impact of movies like Alien but also late 80s movies is kind of bananas There are suddenly semi automatic rifles and threats of rape all over the x men comics and I don’t dig it Watching Storm get de aged after it just happened to Illyana Rasputin at the end of Inferno also kind of sucked The violence the agony of Wolverine the musculature and guns of Forge the continued meandering It’s a lot And then almost near the end what happened to Psylocke wasSUPER fucked up imo?


  6. Eric Mikols Eric Mikols says:

    Never boring but few issues in this collection reached the level of Fall of the Mutants or Inferno Jim Lee coming on as the artist is still the kick in the butt it was originally But a lot of this collection is the team breaking apart and then seeing them in their amnesiac new life


  7. Jdetrick Jdetrick says:

    More of the same although it's nice to see Jim Lee's art pop up here


  8. Courtney Courtney says:

    It was a good read and all But seeing as they “killed “ the x men again It wasn’t the best thing about the end of the book


  9. Baba Baba says:

    Features some of Jim Lee's first work on the X Men but also when many began uestioningdoubting where Claremont was taking the series The post Inferno X Men seem all at sea with an ever expanding cast including the debuts of Strong Guy Jubilee and a revamped Polaris There's a big changes for many of the cast The huge story arc though is the Siege Perilous which results in massive changes to five of the team's lives The main villains are Zala Dane Reavers Morlocks The Hand and the Serpent Society This period foreshadowed dilution and weakler stories with the series also going fortnightly 7 out of 12 Collects Uncanny X Men #244 264 and Annual #13


  10. Shaun Shaun says:

    I enjoyed most of the stories in this large volume Though I didn't enjoy the constant disappearances of the X men beginning with Rogue and ending with the entire team I likes seeing the introduction of Jubilee and Psylocke's asian body


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10 thoughts on “Essential X-Men, Vol. 9

  1. Malum Malum says:

    A years worth of X Men comics where there is effectively no X Men? Yeah this isn't the best time for everyone's favorite mutants Storm is turned into a child Rogue disappears Colossus loses his memory Polaris goes off to be a movie star Psylocke becomes a villain and a ninja and Wolverine is splitting time between this book and his own solo book We do get to follow Forge around a lot soyeah not the best time for this book Marvel would even go on to retcon a lot of the events from this time such as why Legion killed Destiny and what was up with the whole Psylocke is now Asian instead of British Notable first appearances JubileeNotable events Acts of Vengeance As convoluted as it is and how stupid it was to take Psylocke's cool cloak outfit away and dress her in what amounts to a battle ready bathing suit Lady Mandarin vs Wolverine vs The Mandarin is probably the highlight of this volume

  2. Stephen Stephen says:

    This volume chronicles an interesting and unusual period of the X men saga Included here are Uncanny X Men #244 264 and Annual #13 The last of the 80s leading into the 90s brings us some of Claremont's last issues on the title and he leaves his markThe story starts directly following the Inferno crossover The X Men return to Australia to continue pretending to be dead so they can hide from the Marauders The first couple of issues are fun little guys and girls night out stories to lighten the mood after the dark Inferno saga This is followed by the X Men part of the Atlantis Attacks crossover From issue #246 251 we get the steady disintegration of the team with one defection one death and 5 deciding to go through the Siege Perilous After this there is no team for a whileEvents that followPsylocke is reborn as a Asian assassin Storm returns as a little girl Colossus is reborn in New York as an artist named Peter Nicholas Dazzler comes back as herself with no memories two members of Freedom Force are killed Forge and Banshee begin a search for the X Men and Jubilee becomes Wolverine's newest sidekickThis was an era I truly enjoyed when they were first published They lost little in the re read but still very fun

  3. Dawn Livingston Dawn Livingston says:

    I admit I skimmed through this and didn't read most of it This line up is not my favorite Some of the artwork from a few of the issues were just terribleI would say that if you want all of X Men for the sake of continuity then get this but most of the stuff in here could be skipped it's not essential or all that greatI would not buy this new at full price 20 I think I'd only get it if it were just a few dollars and in good condition On a side not it's interesting to see how the look of Rogue has changed over the years and continued to change after these issues this collection

  4. Andy Andy says:

    For die hards only The X men comics got a little bit weak in the late 80's The team kinda disintegrates in the first half and we see of on again off again members Forge and Banshee than we do of the team's stars As for villains it's the Reavers the Reavers and of the Reavers This volume just seems to be missing so much of what makes the X Men well the X Men

  5. ribbonknight ribbonknight says:

    The impact of movies like Alien but also late 80s movies is kind of bananas There are suddenly semi automatic rifles and threats of rape all over the x men comics and I don’t dig it Watching Storm get de aged after it just happened to Illyana Rasputin at the end of Inferno also kind of sucked The violence the agony of Wolverine the musculature and guns of Forge the continued meandering It’s a lot And then almost near the end what happened to Psylocke wasSUPER fucked up imo?

  6. Eric Mikols Eric Mikols says:

    Never boring but few issues in this collection reached the level of Fall of the Mutants or Inferno Jim Lee coming on as the artist is still the kick in the butt it was originally But a lot of this collection is the team breaking apart and then seeing them in their amnesiac new life

  7. Jdetrick Jdetrick says:

    More of the same although it's nice to see Jim Lee's art pop up here

  8. Courtney Courtney says:

    It was a good read and all But seeing as they “killed “ the x men again It wasn’t the best thing about the end of the book

  9. Baba Baba says:

    Features some of Jim Lee's first work on the X Men but also when many began uestioningdoubting where Claremont was taking the series The post Inferno X Men seem all at sea with an ever expanding cast including the debuts of Strong Guy Jubilee and a revamped Polaris There's a big changes for many of the cast The huge story arc though is the Siege Perilous which results in massive changes to five of the team's lives The main villains are Zala Dane Reavers Morlocks The Hand and the Serpent Society This period foreshadowed dilution and weakler stories with the series also going fortnightly 7 out of 12 Collects Uncanny X Men #244 264 and Annual #13

  10. Shaun Shaun says:

    I enjoyed most of the stories in this large volume Though I didn't enjoy the constant disappearances of the X men beginning with Rogue and ending with the entire team I likes seeing the introduction of Jubilee and Psylocke's asian body

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