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  • Title: Marvel Masterworks: The Uncanny X-Men, Vol. 1
  • Author: Chris Claremont Len Wein Bill Mantlo Dave Cockrum Stan Lee
  • ISBN: 9780785111924
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Marvel Masterworks: The Uncanny X-Men, Vol. 1 By Chris Claremont Len Wein Bill Mantlo Dave Cockrum Stan Lee Collects Giant Size X Men 1, The X Men 94 100
    Chris Claremont Len Wein Bill Mantlo Dave Cockrum Stan Lee
    Chris Claremont is a writer of American comic books, best known for his 16 year 1975 1991 stint on Uncanny X Men, during which the series became one of the comic book industry s most successful properties.Claremont has written many stories for other publishers including the Star Trek Debt of Honor graphic novel, his creator owned Sovereign Seven for DC Comics and Aliens vs Predator for Dark Horse Comics He also wrote a few issues of the series WildC.A.T.s volume 1, issues 10 13 at Image Comics, which introduced his creator owned character, Huntsman.Outside of comics, Claremont co wrote the Chronicles of the Shadow War trilogy, Shadow Moon 1995 , Shadow Dawn 1996 , and Shadow Star 1999 , with George Lucas This trilogy continues the story of Elora Danan from the movie Willow In the 1980s, he also wrote a science fiction trilogy about female starship pilot Nicole Shea, consisting of First Flight 1987 , Grounded 1991 , and Sundowner 1994 Claremont was also a contributor to the Wild Cards anthology series.

    Marvel Masterworks: The Uncanny X-Men, Vol. 1 By Chris Claremont Len Wein Bill Mantlo Dave Cockrum Stan Lee

    Commentaires:

    Ronyell
    Flashback Now, to be honest, I have grew up with the 90s X Men cartoon series, so I have not really read any X Men comics prior to the 90s, so reading Uncanny X Men from Marvel Masterworks was a great look back to the 70s X Men comics where the second generation X Men Wolverine, Colossus, Storm, Cyclops, Banshee, Sunfire, and Nightcrawler are first introduced in the X Men franchise.What is the story In this volume, Professor Xavier goes around the world to recruit new members for the X Men team [...]

    James Turner
    I can remember where and when I bought Giant Size X Men 1 I read it that very night and have read it many times over the years All these comics included in this collection are riveting The new lineup of X Men revitalized the title and has gone on to great success.

    Dang Ole' Dan Can Dangle
    In 1963 the original X Men comic, by the now legendary Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, was released to mild success, not bringing in sales as big as some of Marvel s other titles, but nonetheless profiting and forming a considerable fanbase That didn t last very long, however, and by 1969, despite numerous attempts at rejuvenation, sales plummeted drastically and X Men was cancelled and continued only in reprints It wasn t necessarily that the quality of the comics fell indeed Roy Thomas wrote some ver [...]

    Nicholas Karpuk
    Through out the history of Marvel there s a proud tradition of Stan Lee creating characters that no one gave a crap about until a writer came along that actually brought something interesting to the idea No one really cared about Daredevil until Frank Miller gave him a tune up and oddly turned him into a testing ground for other writers , and I know I personally thought Spider man was mostly junk until writers like Slott and Bendis got involved There s a sense that Marvel is willing to let its w [...]

    B. Jay
    Although these comics have a hard time standing up by themselves, especially compared to the work they spawned, it nonetheless all started here The history of the failed X Men series, the creation of the New X Men by Len Win and Cockrum and the beginning of the Claremont years all melded in this collection of comics to kick off one of the greatest comic book series ever.The newbies are unfleshed, the old standbys just accept that their days our done and leave immediately the way you wish that on [...]

    Neil
    This collection is five stars for nostalgia s sake, only The early Claremont Cockrum books are so simplistic in retrospect, but at the time, they pushed the four color mutants into a whole new realm of relevance and popularity long before they would become household, pop culture icons In this collection, we see the beginning of the New X men, the team that would take a comic from being ready for cancellation, to the most popular superhero team, ever a bridge between the old and new, where we mee [...]

    Artur Coelho
    O in cio da temporada de Chris Claremont como argumentista da s rie Neste primeiro volume, h uma n tida transi o entre o tipo de aventura dos comics cl ssicos, epis dicas e resolvidas numa ou duas edi es, e as estruturas narrativas onde as personagens se interrelacionam e aprofundam ao longo de diferentes arcos narrativos A transi o vis vel Com Len Wein, as hist rias s o directas, resumidas a poca em que os X Men enfrentam a ilha viva de Krakoa d um certo gozo escrever isto e o Conde Nefaria Qua [...]

    Labyrinth
    In the 1970s, Uncanny X Men experienced their first All New rebirth The famous Chris Claremont has taken over the writing, and much of the art here is by Dave Cockrum It has a very 70s psychedelic feel to it Banshee, Colossus, Nighcrawler, Wolverine, and Storm are added to the team The original Thunderbird, John Proudstar, joined up for about 3 issues before going down in a blaze of stupidity The primary enemy here is Steven Lang who resurrects Trask s Sentinelswith a twist At the end of this ar [...]

    Alex Lawless
    This wasn t my favorite, but I think that has to do with the fact that I m not as big a fan of older comics as I am of contemporary comics I did really enjoy the addition of the new X Men , such as Wolverine and Storm And there were some pretty good fight scenes in this compilation There are some confusing parts in it that I either missed because of issues not included in this compilation, or a failure on the writers to explain In the beginning of the compilation, view spoiler the old X Men Jean [...]

    Jdetrick
    This begins the era that made the X Men famous, and I have to say, this era hits the ground running, being solid superheroics from the first issues.

    Timothy Villa
    Absolute perfection.

    Chris
    If you love xmen but you haven t read the Claremont years you need to reexamine your life choices stat

    Patrick
    A new start to a legendary series Well written and great ensemble This is a must for any comic book fan.

    Holli
    I used to read comics forever ago and fell out of the practice I had a desire to read them again after constantly running into things about the AVengers vs X Men event I finally had to track down what leads to this, then what came before that as it keeps coming up with the Dark Phoenix Saga as the beginning Okay, but I know Jean didn t spontaneously become the Dark Phoenix She was just Phoenix before this I watched the animated series, so I was pretty sure she didn t start out insane Several int [...]

    Kami
    Woo I m excited to start this new series with new and awesome members of the team Even though they aren t really new to me, I loved reading about how they were introduced to The X Men, and I especially loved seeing Professor Xavier gather up the new recruits When we first meet storm is not wearing much Yeesh This is pretty risque for 1975 I didn t know Banshee was ever a good guy I don t know if I trust him He has a really annoying mutant power I d hate to be fighting around him The comics and s [...]

    Michael
    My review of this trade will actually be a brain dump about the X Men in general mostly.I read the X Men comics monthly for about ten years let s say 1982 to 1992 I still fondly recall the first half of those stories maybe up through Inferno, and along with New Mutants but the older I got the less patience I had with Claremont s writing People just didn t talk the way he made his characters talk Not that other comic book dialogue was BETTER, but it still grated on me Then the art changed Marc Si [...]

    Joseph Zurat
    If I were really pressed, this would probably be a 4 out of 5, but compared to the first Masterworks volume of X Men this has to be rated higher The art throughout really nails the pained expressions of anger and grief that the characters feel when the chips are down Alright, so some pros first This is really indicative of the push of Bronze age comics to have an even human side to them The stories have threads that continue for than just a few issues, the characters seem to have some real rel [...]

    Alazzar
    Chris Claremont s exposition is still excruciatingly bad at times see below , but the stories are good and it s fun to see how the new as of 1975 X men team came together There were tons of first appearances Nightcrawler, Colossus, Storm and , and it was particularly cool to see an image that I immediately recognized from the animated series retelling of the Phoenix Saga good memories came flooding back As far as the exposition goes, Claremont seems compulsive about having his characters descri [...]

    Rick
    The comics included in this collection are deceptive They might seem like straight forward X Men stories, and in many waysthey are But these issues also completely altered the comic book industry Not over night, but they did irrevocably alter everything These stories introduce the new team of X Men and a new storytelling style whose ramifications are still strangling the industry Up to this point Marvel had mastered single issue stories, multi issue stories and even mega issue stories, but Chris [...]

    Dominik Banach
    Druga Geneza pokazuje nam pocz tki w teamie X Men takich postaci jak Wolverine, Storm, Colossus czy Nightcrawler W zwi zku ze spadaj cym zainteresowaniem pierwotn grup mutant w, Marvel podj drastyczne rodki i postanowi wys a ich na d u szy urlop pozostawiaj c jedynie Cyclopsa w roli dow dcy dla nowych cz onk w.Nie jestem zwolennikiem komiks w z lat 60 70 poniewa w wi kszo ci s to straszne ramotki Ten album natomiast to esencja grupowego komiksu superbohaterskiego, prawdopodobnie fundament dla pr [...]

    Alex
    The beginning of the Uncanny X Men saga and in truth, despite being where it all began, it s a bit of a chore You can sense that Claremont wants to write something a little bigger, with drama and with emotion but as yet he hasn t found the right way to go about doing it Whilst there are some good ideas in these early volumes, his imagination can t break free from very tired villains and even stale ways of dispatching them that seem to generally run the course of monologues oh no, he s far too [...]

    John
    Required reading should always be so enjoyable.The characters in the volume are so simple, but the foundations are laid for the complex and coherent characterization that marked Claremont s near eternal run on the X Books Better still, the first seeds of some of the X Men s greatest stories including the most famous, and perhaps best are planted in these first six issues.Dave Cockrum s designs are iconic No argument can be made some of the costumes have not been changed, and many have been only [...]

    Jessica
    More enjoyable each time I read it Most recent read was scanned copies of original issues, so I had a chance to read the letters for the first time So interesting Storm was the most popular of the all new all different X Men and Wolverine was pretty unpopular Cyclops and Professor X had a lot emotion than I recalled at one point Prof tells the Cyke to go to save the new team and Cyke refuses because he is watching over a recovering Jean Grey freshly Phoenix Cyke says the team has to stand on th [...]

    Matthew Ledrew
    There were a few Marvel titles created by Stan Lee that he did not leave a definitive mark on Titles that while his great mind came up with a wonderful concept, the execution was found lacking Two that jump to mind are Daredevil and She Hulk With the major third being X Men This book marks the reimagining of the X Men with the all new, all different I always wondered if these stories were perhaps only good compared to the trite that came before it But it s actually very good The stories are cris [...]

    Ben Guilfoy
    While the style of writing and artwork are very dated, I still found a lot to enjoy here These are wild, sci fi action adventure stories early on in the career of the new X Men, and they re a lot of fun Sure, the characters have a tendency to narrate their own actions out loud, but whatever I enjoy Claremont s plotting and characterization, that is that he acknowledges that these new X Men don t quite function as a solid team yet, often arguing with each other in the heat of battle over strategy [...]

    Erin Elizabeth
    Wow this was a surprise I was expecting the characters to be happy go lucky and very stiff in writing and art Almost too much angst from the new characters Movement in almost every panel I really enjoyed the dated but charming dialogue that made everything feel urgent and exciting Some of the laughs I got from this book may not have been intended at the time, but others were intentional and are still funny today.And the bonus art pages were very cool Dave Cockrum s pages instructing other artist [...]

    Patrickderaaff
    This the very beginning All sorts of coolness starts here and the potential is evident right from the start However, Chris Claremont needs some time to settle comfortably in his chair after Len Wein set up things with Giant Size and the 2 following bi monthlies It s great fun to read these stories again after these many years I still got chills when I re read hints of the things to come Especially with regards to the Dark Phoenix saga and the ret con that followed during Secret Wars II Good stuf [...]

    Clark
    Strong intro to the new team My immediate reaction is that they all seem so fully formed right from the start It was interesting to read these issues back to back with the original 20 issues of X men The original team took so long to develop into clear individuals and lacked depth Their stories had no punch or momentum whereas these characters hit the ground running It s easy to see why this became such a huge series.

    Debbie
    This collection covers the origins coming together of the X Men team we re familiar with from the movies Wolverine, Storm, Cyclops, Jean Grey Marvel Girl, Nightcrawler, Banshee, and Colossus Originally published in the mid 70s, Chris Claremont s writing is good, and the art, though different than comics now, is also good This volume ends on a cliff hanger, so I ll have to get started on the next volume

    Edward Davies
    This slimmer than usual volume of Marvel Masterworks sees the critically acclaimed return of the X Men after six years in limbo It starts with the formation of the new team in Giant Size X Men issue 1, then proceeds into issues 94 to 100, including the death of new characters, the return of some old ones, and a conclusion that leads into the creation of possibly the most powerful character in X Men history A definite must for all X philes.

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