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Yesterday's X-Men continue to adjust to a present day that's simultaneously more awe-inspiring and more disturbing than any future the young heroes had ever imagined for themselves. And things get even more dangerous when the shape-changing terrorist Mystique targets our young time-travelers...starting with Cyclops! David Marquez (Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man) joins the artistic family as acclaimed writer Brian Michael Bendis further defines the future of the X-Men!

COLLECTING: All-New X-Men 6-10

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  • Broché: 136 pages
  • Editeur : Panini Books (29 mai 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1846535476
  • ISBN-13: 978-1846535475
  • Dimensions du produit: 17,4 x 0,7 x 25,9 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Présence TOP 50 COMMENTATEURS sur 2 juillet 2013
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Ce tome fait suite à Yesterday's X-men (épisodes 1 à 5). Il comprend les épisodes 6 à 10, parus en 2013, écrits par Brian Michael Bendis, dessinés et encrés par David Marquez (épisode 6 à 8), dessinés par Stuart Immonen et encrés par Wade van Grawbadger (épisodes 9 & 10).

Les 5 X-Men originaux (Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Iceman et Angel) ont donc décidé de rester dans le temps présent et ils s'installent à l'école Jean Grey, ouverte par Logan dans Wolverine & the X-Men 1. La période d'acclimatation débute et elle s'annonce compliquée. Pour commencer, tous ces bouleversements ont provoqué le déclenchement des pouvoirs télépathiques de Jean Grey qui a bien du mal à les maîtriser. Heureusement elle reçoit les bons conseils de Kitty Pride. Ensuite, Scott Summers se rend compte qu'il n'est plus en position de chef, qu'il y a énormément de mutants dans cette école ; il décide de faire un tour en ville non supervisé. Il y fait une mauvaise rencontre : Raven Darkholme. Warren Worthington fait connaissance avec sa version de temps présent dans une belle séquence de vol.
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The culture shock continues.... 12 juin 2013
Par Ian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I've gotta say, this series has really surprised me. I went into it with low expectations, and it totally blew me away. Out of all of the Marvel Now! titles, this is easily one of my favorites. That's a testament to the writing of Brian Michael Bendis. The guy can write an entire issue where characters just sit around talking, and I eat it up. That isn't always the case with his work, but for some reason it just works incredibly well here. I think Bendis was born to write these characters. In volume 2, our time-displaced X-men must continue to adapt to a world they don't recognize, and don't necessarily care for. Cyclops must continue to live with the burden that he will grow up to murder his mentor Professor Xavier, making him the most feared and hated of all the X-men. He finds himself easily manipulated by Mystique, who is up to no good (as usual). Jean has to contend with her newfound power, and the fact that she will one day become a martyr. It's a bit jarring for her and the reader as she tries to control her powers, since she has a tendency to abuse it. Angel also gets a bit of a shock when he meets his future self, causing him to want to go back home. Luckily, the kids have Kitty Pryde as their headmistress. It's just as difficult for her as it is for them when she tries to train them to be the best they can be. There are also encounters with the Avengers and Hydra. Finally, when present-day Cyclops and his Uncanny X-Men show up at the school to recruit new members, which of the original five will choose to defect? Volume 2 continues the story that began in volume 1, and it's incredibly interesting and entertaining. Handling art this time around is David Marquez, who is a wonderful substitute for Stuart Immonen. You can't go wrong with this one
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Time travel should be banned from Bendis' work 16 septembre 2013
Par Sam Quixote - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I only read this a couple of days ago but I drew a blank when I tried to recall what happened in this book and, upon flicking through it again, rediscovered that not a whole lot does. This isn't by itself a terribly bad thing as the book is eminently readable and more or less entertaining but it is a book where not only does very little happen, but it feels like a lot of stuff from the first book is repeated and the whole pointlessness of the situation is underlined more firmly in this book.

For those who don't know the setup, Beast went back in time and brought back the original X-Men to the present day, ostensibly to try and show present-day Scott Summers aka Cyclops just how much he's changed and to turn him off of the current path he's on, ie. war-mongering fugitive. This clearly doesn't work in the first book but rather than send the kids back and avoid some weird space-time conundrums, the kids are bizarrely "here to stay".

The Avengers find out what Beast did and are rightly annoyed at his reckless behaviour. I mean, Wolverine's latest time travel adventure basically ripped the very fabric of the space time continuum (see Age of Ultron) so Beast just nonchalantly changing the past on a whim is rightly something to be angry about. What is it about the X-Men that they think they can just do whatever the hell they want?

As for what happens in this book, young Scott, Jean, Hank, Bobby and Warren are getting used to the present day, reconciling what they'll do in the future, and what it means. Scott especially is conflicted about the person he will become while present-day Scott decides to start up his own rival school to Logan's with a different philosophy. Mystique on the other hand just decides the hell with it, let's just get rich and start robbing banks, and assembles her own gang of mutants to do just that.

As someone who's now reading the Battle of the Atom series, I can see why Bendis kept the past X-Men around, so from my perspective this volume feels like the characters are sitting around twiddling their thumbs in anticipation of that Event, further making this book seem intentionally like filler. And, once more, why no one is insisting the kids go back in time before they completely destroy the present/future remains a mystery to me. They just seem wilfully unwilling to for the sake of the future plot of Battle of the Atom, making Here to Stay all the more contrived.

That said, there's something compelling about seeing the present day X-Men and the past X-Men interacting that keeps me reading even though at the end of the book I wondered what the point of it all was. And, in keeping with the aim of Marvel NOW!, All-New X-Men does feel accessible for new readers and the fish-out-of-water angle is a well known trope to work for anyone picking up this book to understand. Here to Stay feels meaningless and ultimately it probably will be, more so than usual, but it's at least readable even if I really hate Bendis overusing time travel as a plot device. I think it's just me overthinking the setup that stops me from enjoying the story for what it is.
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Bendis' best writing in years, and the best X-Men book I've read in years! Pick it up! 6 janvier 2014
Par N. Beitler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Title: All-New X-Men Vol. 2: Here to Stay (HC)
Publisher: Marvel
Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Artists: David Marquez, Stuart Immonen (pencils), Stuart Immonen, Wade Von Grawbadger (inks), Marte Gracia, Rain Beredo (colors), Stuart Immonen, Wade Von Grawbadger, Marte Gracia (covers)
Collects: All-New X-Men #6-10
Price: $24.99

Here is the Bendis I love to read! Wow! What a fun, interesting book! Although Vol. 1 of this series was pretty book, this second collection is just outstanding. I like the artwork on this book, but it’s really the storyline and dialogue that shines in this book. You have tons of character interaction as the original X-men learn about the present day, ask lots of questions to their peers, and decide on whether or not staying in the present is the right choice. More than that, though, you have building subplots involving Sabertooth and Mystique, more internal strife, some laugh-out-loud moments, and a great cliffhanger ending. You’ll be hard pressed to find another Marvel book more engaging than this one. This is the best book from Bendis in years, and I have no problem grading the writing on this book as A+ material. The cliffhanger ending to this book is outstanding, and I eagerly look forward to reading the next book in this series!

Marquez and Immonen do nice work on the art, and their styles are similar enough that it isn’t jarring when the pages shift from one artist to the other. The inkers and colorists do a fine job, too, but for me, it all comes back to the writing. I can deal with sub-par artwork if the writing is good. In this book, you have above-average artwork combined with superb writing, though, so I must highly recommend this book to all comic book fans. This is great stuff, and Bendis will have a difficult time topping himself in subsequent books. If only this book wasn't quite so expensive! I just can't justify giving it a solid five star rating due to the high cover price.

Writing: 10/10
Artwork: 8/10
Cool Factor: 9/10
Value: 7/10

Overall: 8.5/10
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Bendis is on fire! 23 décembre 2013
Par Mel Odom - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
After reading the first volume in this new series, I couldn’t help downloading and blazing through the second volume. If you haven’t read the first review I’ve done for this series, take a minute and do so.

In this book things really come to a head. Young Scott is trying to figure out what he’s supposed to do, trying to deal with knowing Professor X is dead (killed by his future self – although he still doesn’t know how that can be possible) and that the love of his life (Jean Grey) is also dead. He can’t think inside the revamped X-Men Academy so he decides to leave – and steals Wolverine’s motorcycle to do it. That, of course, sets up a hilarious sequence of events that actually turns out to be more touching than I would have supposed. Bendis is just awesome like that.

Jean Grey goes through a lot of turmoil as well, trying to make sense of everything that’s going on. I really like what Bendis is doing with her, giving her the approach that if she just works hard enough at everything, she’ll be able to fix it. That’s the Jean of old, and I like her as much now as I did back then.

The old X-Man character that really steals the show in this graphic novel, to me anyway, is Angel. When Warren Worthington III discovers that the high-flying Angel is still around, he expects him to be changed. What he doesn’t expect is that while Angel is still here, Warren isn’t. This is another change that I missed while being away from the X-books. This new Angel is just really freaking weird.

There are plenty of plot twists in this one too. Mystique is out doing her own thing, freeing bad guys and setting up missions. Bendis does like to stir the pot when he’s putting things in motion.

The most hilarious part of the book, and you can be amazed at how Bendis pulls that together while beating his readers over the head with sadness and melancholy – and even freaking them out a little, is when the Avengers discover that the past X-Men are hanging around with the present-day X-Men. The discussion between Captain America and Hank McCoy, as recounted by present-day Iceman and Kitty Pryde, has to be seen to be believed!

This book ends on quite the cliffhanger too. Present-day Cyclops confronts the Academy and his past self, and lays out the reasoning behind his course of action. Then he invites them to join him. And one of them evidently does, but we have to wait till the next graphic novel to find out who.

There is a lot to enjoy in this book as well as this series. Bendis does a lot with characterization, including the relationship between present-day Cyclops and present-day Magneto (though I’m thinking it would be interesting if past Magneto joined the party at some point). The layers Bendis builds up with the different characters, pushing them in different directions that you might ordinarily think, is really cool.
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Fun new series takes the X-Men back to their roots 7 novembre 2013
Par DJ Joe Sixpack - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
"All-New X-Men, Vol. 2: Here To Stay"
Written by Brian Michael Bendis
(Marvel Comics, 2013)
. . .

Just wanted to chime in to say that, indeed, this is a pretty fun series, with streamlined action and a lighter tone that sets it apart from the last three decades or so of overly self-important, ponderous X-mythologizing. The premise you've probably heard already, that the original '60s X-Men team has been time-teleported into the present-day X-morass, in which the latest melodrama is that Scott Summers is an outcast after having murdered Professor X, and mutantkind is once again split politically about how to deal with regular old human beings, with Scott and his new outlaw crew taking a more radical stand. So can the original, innocent X-ers of yesteryear help cool things down? Bendis crafts a nice script around this concept, carefully handling various personalities and interpersonal tensions. Plus, it's very entertaining.

Mild criticisms: these collected volumes are a mite too slim for the big price tag, though they are fun to read. The new AR ("augmented reality") tags strewn throughout the issues are a drag -- they're tied to a Marvel.com app and create links to external content that isn't very interesting. Just a visual distraction, as far as I'm concerned, though I suppose someday there might be a creative payoff to this technology... not now, though. I'd rather not see the stupid initials all over the place, but whatever.

Overall, a fun new series - be fun to see where it goes from here! (Joe Sixpack, ReadThatAgain book reviews)
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