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  • Relié: 136 pages
  • Editeur : Marvel (8 octobre 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0785168222
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785168225
  • Dimensions du produit: 17,8 x 1,3 x 26,7 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Présence TOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 8 novembre 2013
Format: Relié
Ce tome fait suite à Here to stay (épisodes 6 à 10). Il contient les épisodes 11 à 15, initialement parus en 2013, écrits par Brian Michael Bendis, dessinés par Stuart Immonen et encrés par Wade von Grawbadger (épisodes 11 à 14), et par David Lafuente (dessins et encrage de l'épisode 15).

Épisodes 11 à 14 - L'un des 5 All new X-Men a décidé d'accepter l'invitation de Cyclops à rejoindre son équipe, contre l'avis des professeurs de l'école Jean Grey, et contre l'avis de ses 4 autres camarades. Mystique (Raven Darkhölme) et ses 2 acolytes (Lady Mastermind et Sabretooth) continuent de se livrer à des cambriolages et autres détournements d'argent en se faisant passer pour les All new X-Men. Lors d'un voyage en Blackbird, les X-Men (all new + Wolverine & Kitty Pride) sont interceptés par les Uncanny Avengers (Havok, Captain America, Scarlet Witch, Rogue et Thor) qui souhaitent tirer au clair cette histoire d'imposture. Épisode 15 - Après avoir combattu Mystique et consort, les 4 All new X-Men restants prennent un peu de repos sur le site de l'école Jean Grey. Hank McCoy senior aide Jean Grey à tester son pouvoir télékinésique. Scott Summers (new) et Bobby Drake (new) vont prendre l'air en ville.

Contre toute attente, Brian Michael Bendis continue à concocter des histoires denses, tant du point de vue de l'intrigue que des relations entre les personnages.
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Vraiment excellent, tant au niveau scenaristique qu'esthetique.
Retrouver les X-men originaux est un vrai plaisir.
Pour tout les fans des mutants, je le conseil.
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Out of ideas 29 décembre 2013
Par Sam Quixote - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Since the first volume of All-New X-Men, Mystique has been robbing banks and whatnot, stockpiling the cash because she no longer believes in anything and just wants to be rich. In this entire volume all that happens is the X-Men stop her. That's the whole book. A sub-plot that turns out to be completely irrelevant becomes the main storyline of an entire book.

If you're unfamiliar with the series premise, the original X-Men have been brought to the present from the past and now refuse to go back thanks to the X-Men telling them what happens to them. This dumb premise was worn out by the second book at the most and in this third volume just feels repetitive and dull.

One of the original X-Men leaves to join the other side, but it's hardly a shocking moment, plus I've read the Battle of the Atom mini-series and know what happens at the end of that bizarre storyline, so it's even less memorable to me. The Uncanny Avengers also show up after the original X-Men were seen robbing one of Stark's properties, though Wolverine calls it instantly that it's a Mystique and Mastermind trick - which of course it is. Even Wolverine feels jaded at Bendis' feeble attempts at story.

The only reason to have the Uncanny Avengers show up is so that Havok aka Alex Summers can meet his brother's younger self and the two can have a moment. Awww... whatever. We've seen moments like this time after time since the original X-Men showed up and I'm getting bored with it, especially when Bendis has nothing else but to have characters meet these younger characters and remark on how innocent and different they are. It was cute at first but really, move on already!

Stuart Immonen's art is definitely the best and only good part of the book. The guy makes every book he works on look absolutely amazing and even the generic mutant on mutant fight scenes look fresh and exciting in his hands.

Brian Michael Bendis is a writer who doesn't really do story but instead likes to focus on character interactions - nearly all of his current books are the characters quipping at one another, and All-New X-Men is no different. No plot, just characters tossing off sarcastic one-liners. If that's your thing, fine, this series definitely has its fans, but it's not enough for me. After three books of mediocre mutant stories and a half-baked Event comic, I'm walking away from this title - so long, All-New X-Men, maybe in a few years you'll get a storyline worth reading! At the rate Bendis is writing this out, it'll take that long!
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It's Getting Real For The Original X-Men 5 mars 2015
Par Stephen Mann - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Okay, the story has some fine moments in this collection and watching the behavior of these young mutants when taken out of their comfort zone is cool, but it seems that Jean is regressing in age, becoming petulant as a result of her new powers and lack of personal restraint. This is great, except the canon has Jean as one of the bedrock members of the team, old for her age if anything.

Or maybe I just have been away from the X-Men for too long. It has been decades since I read their stories.

For the most part, taking everything here at its own level, it all works very well and the stories advance with a couple of believable surprises. What pulls a star for me is the shift in the last episode of the collection from a super-realistic style of artwork to a more comic-y one, a style with elements of Anime in it. The writing is still working to order, just the shift of artist threw me out of gear at 80mph as it were. A jarring change that pulled me out of the immersion I'd been enjoying.

The collection is bound sturdily between color card covers, and printed on high-gloss paper in glorious color. Extra materials include variant art and preliminary sketches of a key scene along with how that scene was composed and why in that particular manner.

Still good value for your comic dollars.
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This title is starting to get a little more entwined with the rest of the X-Men universe, but it is still really good! 3 mars 2014
Par Matt Anderson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Collects All-New X-Men issues #11-15

This title is starting to get a little more entwined with the rest of the X-Men universe, so things will inevitably get confusing again soon. For now, though, it really is a great jumping on point. I feel like I am missing half of the story by not reading Uncanny X-Men, so I am going to pick that title up next before reading “The Battle of the Atom.” I like how they are changing the young characters and giving them new motivations so that we don’t seem them eventually grow up to be exactly the same people.

(Spoilers) Angel joining with modern-day Cyclops makes complete sense based on what we’ve seen of him so far. Also, putting young Jean and young Beast together was a stroke of genius so that we don’t have to relive the Cyclops/Marvel Girl relationship. This will also give young Cyclops something to be mad about, making him a more edgy character. Young Cyclops is really being screwed over by this adventure into the future, other than his awesome interactions with Havoc. Seeing the Uncanny Avengers in this book actually made me want to read that title for the first time.
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More great stuff from this title 25 août 2014
Par Ben Martin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This series has been a lot of fun as we see the original X-Men get a crash course in how the next few decades of their lives will play out. This volume continues with the great character moments we saw in the first two collections, with some great clashes with Mystique and her new Brotherhood of Mutants. I particularly liked seeing Jean Grey learning how to manage the immense potential she has recently discovered and sometimes getting a little ahead of herself without thinking things all the way through when doing so.

If you enjoyed the first two volumes, this picks up right where they left off. The only disappointment is the final issue in the collection, which felt a bit like a filler as the rest of the X-Books got set up for their big Battle of the Atom crossover. it doesn't even have Stuart Immonen's beautiful artwork to save it. Otherwise a good volume
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Brilliantly authoured and illustrated. 21 janvier 2014
Par Nicholas Amos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This book keeps my high regard from the previous installments. The narrative is interesting all the way through, a hybrid between suspenseful action and slower 'teaching the younger characters' bits that are all-important in fostering a stronger first class, whatever their eventual fate.

The pencil drawings in the back of these collected editions are always a nice extra to look forward to, as is the code to redeem a digital version of the book freely, both things add to the value for money.
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