Essential Classic X-Men, Vol. 3

Essential Classic X Men Vol Collects X Men numbered and numbered covers only Amazing Adventures numbered Marvel Team Up numbered Incredible Hulk numbered and numbered

  • Title: Essential Classic X-Men, Vol. 3
  • Author: Roy Thomas Dennis O'Neil Arnold Drake Linda Fite Gerry Conway Steve Englehart Archie Goodwin Neal Adams
  • ISBN: 9780785130604
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Paperback
  • Collects X Men , numbered 54 66, and numbered 67 80 covers only Amazing Adventures , numbered 11 17 Marvel Team Up , numbered 4 Incredible Hulk , numbered 150 and numbered 161.

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    1. This may be hard to believe for comicbook readers who started reading comics after the relaunch but, back in early 1970, the X-Men's one-and-only book was cancelled.I know, right? What's more shocking to a modern reader: that the X-Men only had one title or that it was actually cancelled for five years? Bit of a mind-blower, but it's true.This collection pulls together the last third of the original X-Men's run and, on reading it, you might understand why the book was cancelled; it's a pretty mi [...]

    2. Okay, there is some really bad stories in here! What saves this collection however, is the Roy Thomas and Neal Adams attempt to save the floundering X-Men title. Some good stuff there, unfortunately, it wasn't enough. 5 years later though, when the X-Men came back stronger than ever it was those stories that laid the foundation.

    3. I usually avoid these black and white collections. These comics are antiquated enough, why make them even plainer? But I'll admit the format allowed for a better appreciation of Neal Adam's artwork. The cover highlights the underappreciated work the infamous Roy Thomas and Adams put into their failed effort to save the X-Men from being canceled, but the hidden gem was the origin of the Beast (the further mutated Hank McCoy, that is). How Marvel figured their best bet at keeping the X-Men alive w [...]

    4. A very good read in the tradition of Marvel Comics in the 60s/70s.X-Men is always nice because of how the X-Men are good guys, and society are jerks, etc. Some beautiful art work by Neal Adams.The quality of the magazine drops off in the issues after the X-Men series got cancelled. For example, when the beast becomes an actual beast, that stuff was a little underwritten.But all in all a fun little book. The back of the book, which has covers for all of the "reprints masquerading as X-Men covers" [...]

    5. I won't be buying this. I got it from my library and it satisfied my curiousity but the content was forgettable and boring. As usual with these kinds of collections the artwork had it's ups and downs but nothing really bad or really good. Also as usual with these kinds of collections it really helps if you like the characters involved. I was indifferent and there was nothing great to change my mind.

    6. In pratica le ultime storie della prima testata degli X-Men. Decisamente notevoli quelle dell'accoppiata Roy Thomas- Neal Adams, non capolavori come la Guerra Kree-Skrull su Avengers, sempre loro e contemporanea a queste storie, ma comunque ottime storie.In realtà questa sequenza di oltre 500 pagine presenta un andamento oscillante di qualità: oltre ad una dozzina di ottime storie abbiamo un altra dozzina di storie scarse, e qualche riempitivo. Da qui le tre stelle, e non 4.

    7. The beautiful artwork and the more complex story arcs that began in the 2nd Volume of Classic X-Men continue and then end as the first run of the X-Men comic did. The inclusion of 'what the X-Men did next' storylines from issues of Amazing Adventures and Hulk were fun, especially in the character development of Beast. I look forward to moving on to the renewed series soon.

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