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It's a blast from the past as the original five students of Professor X - Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Iceman, Angel and Beast - are plucked from the past and brought to the present. But what they find, the state that their future selves are in and the state of Xavier's dream, is far from the future they dreamed of. And how will the X-Men of the present deal with their past coming crashing forward?

ALL-NEW X-MEN VOL. 1: YESTERDAY'S X-MEN includes a code for a free digital copy on the Marvel Comics app (for iPhone®, iPad®, iPad Touch® & Android devices) and Marvel Digital Comics Shop. Additionally, this collection also features special augmented reality content available exclusive through the Marvel AR app - including cover recaps, behind the scenes features and more that add value to your reading experience at no additional cost.


COLLECTING: All-New X-Men 1-5

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Brian Michael Bendis is an award winning comics creator and one of the most successful writers working in mainstream comics. For the last eleven years, Brian's books have consistently sat on the top of the nationwide comic and graphic novel sales charts. Brian's other projects include the Eisner award winning "POWERS" (w/Mike Oeming) from Marvel's creator owned imprint ICON, and the Hollywood tell all "FORTUNE AND GLORY'. Entertainment Weekly gave both projects an "A." SONY and FX networks are currently developing POWERS for series with Brian as exec producer.

Stuart Immonen is a Canadian comic book artist. He is best known for his work on Nextwave, Ultimate X-Men, The New Avengers, and Ultimate Spider-Man. His pencils are usually inked by Wade Von Grawbadger


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Par Présence TOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 6 avril 2013
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L'histoire se déroule juste après Avengers Vs. X-Men. Il n'est pas besoin d'avoir lu AvX Consequences pour comprendre les enjeux. Ce tome regroupe les épisodes 1 à 5 de la série débutée fin 2012. Ces épisodes sont réalisés par Brian Michael Bendis (scénariste), Stuart Immonen (dessins), Wade von Grawbdger (encrage) et Marte Gracia (mise en couleurs).

Dans l'école Jean Grey pour surdoués (inaugurée dans Wolverine & the X-Men 1), Hank McCoy (Beast) souffre d'une maladie qu'il craint être létale. En Australie, le gène de la mutation se déclenche chez Eva Bell. Le résultat étant spectaculaire, Cyclops (Scott Summers), Magneto (Max Eisenhardt) et Emma Frost interviennent pour la prendre en charge. Lorsqu'un autre nouveau mutant se manifeste dans le Michigan, ils interviennent à nouveau sous les caméras de la télévision et au milieu de destructions. Scott Summers lance un appel passionné à tous les mutants pour réclamer leur droit à la liberté et à l'égalité.
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Par Présence TOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 26 avril 2013
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L'histoire se déroule juste après Avengers Vs. X-Men. Il n'est pas besoin d'avoir lu AvX Consequences pour comprendre les enjeux. Ce tome regroupe les épisodes 1 à 5 de la série débutée fin 2012. Ces épisodes sont réalisés par Brian Michael Bendis (scénariste), Stuart Immonen (dessins), Wade von Grawbdger (encrage) et Marte Gracia (mise en couleurs).

Dans l'école Jean Grey pour surdoués (inaugurée dans Wolverine & the X-Men 1), Hank McCoy (Beast) souffre d'une maladie qu'il craint être létale. En Australie, le gène de la mutation se déclenche chez Eva Bell. Le résultat étant spectaculaire, Cyclops (Scott Summers), Magneto (Max Eisenhardt) et Emma Frost interviennent pour la prendre en charge. Lorsqu'un autre nouveau mutant se manifeste dans le Michigan, ils interviennent à nouveau sous les caméras de la télévision et au milieu de destructions. Scott Summers lance un appel passionné à tous les mutants pour réclamer leur droit à la liberté et à l'égalité.
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Par Bruce Tringale TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 9 août 2013
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Brian ,
Il fut un temps où je t'admirais . Oh! Ça date maintenant , disons la moitié de ton run acclamé pour DD . Du coup Bendis me semblait gage de qualité , j'avais acheté "Alias" et même ta grosse bouse "Torso" .
Et puis tu es progressivement passé du Comics indé et adulte au mainstream de plus en plus idiot et crétinisant .
Et le pire , c'est que personne de chez Marvel ne semble s’apercevoir que tu es en train de tout détruire sur ton passage , un peu comme le cristal M'Kraan .

Parce que , quand même , voila plus de dix ans que tu es le grand ordonnateur des idées Marvel .
Tu as d'abord sévi sur House of M où sur un crossover habile tu décimais l'intégralité des mutants . Ce faisant , tu avais les coudées franches pour que les Avengers volent la vedette aux Xmen .

Mais après ? le médiocre Secret Inavsion ? C’est toi ! Le bâclé Dark Reign ? Toi ! Siege , le truc qui a fait rire tous les amateurs de comics doté d'un QI ? Toi !! Xmen vs Avengers....euh tes potes et toi !

Tu n'as même pas de respect pour ton travail. C'est d'ailleurs le propre de Marvel : défaire des arcs trop difficiles par "magie" , histoire de pas se prendre la tête ...Parce que sinon , explique moi pourquoi Scott Summers est en prison et pas Wanda Maximoff qui a attenté à la vie de l'humanité , des vengeurs et des mutants ... Tu as ruiné ton personnage de Jessica Jones , si mature , adulte et trash pour l'introduire dans le marvelverse et en faire une potiche ...

Pis que ça , que tu ne veuilles pas te relire , c'est normal , c'est presque sain...
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HASH(0x92681018) étoiles sur 5 Yesterday's X-Men for a Better Tomorrow 13 avril 2013
Par J.S. Lewis - Publié sur Amazon.com
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OK, I'll admit it: when I first heard of this book, the concept didn't sound very promising. The original five X-Men journeying from the past to our present? I honestly thought this was Marvel serving up another steaming pile of GIMMICK.

I couldn't have been more wrong.

All New X-Men is wonderful, and I'll tell you right now, if you're looking for a place to start reading modern-day X-Men comics, you've found your title. If you're new to the X-Men (or at least, new to X-Men comics), don't be afraid to jump right in. While there will be a few things on which you won't quite be up to speed, there's a short intro at the beginning of the book that tells newcomers what they need to know going into the story.

In this book, Brian Michael Bendis not only tells a story that is engaging, but he takes the X-Men franchise in a direction that brilliantly manages to be both innovative and a logical next step. While this book doesn't have loads of action, Bendis makes up for it with his excellent dialogue and characterization, and the action that does occur looks great thanks to the skillful, detailed, and colorful artwork of Stuart Immonen (as well as inker Wade Von Grawbadger and colorist Marte Gracia). The story takes its time, and that's not a bad thing. This first volume of All New X-Men left me excited for what's to come. There are so many marvelous places this story can go, and I can't wait to see what Bendis has in store for us. This is Marvel's new flagship X-Men title, and it's surely the beginning of what is to be a great and splendid story.
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HASH(0x92681444) étoiles sur 5 Yesterdays X-men, today 11 avril 2013
Par Ian - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Let me start this review right off the bat by saying that I initially wasn't interested in this title when it was announced. It had seemed to me like Marvel was running out of ideas, but I decided to give the first issue a try. I can honestly say that I'm glad I did. Brian Michael Bendis has managed to create a really compelling series. I was a fan of his Avengers work, but I must admit that he has a knack for drawing stories out a bit longer than they need to be. This is really prevalent in his later Avengers storylines, and any time he writes an event series (House of M, Secret Invasion). So, while I have a love/hate relationship with his work, I have to admit that this series is perfectly suited to his style of writing. Here's the basic gist; in the aftermath of Avengers vs. X-men, Cyclops was imprisoned for the murder of Charles Xavier while under the influence of the Phoenix force. He then became a fugitive/freedom fighter for mutant rights. Fearing that his actions will lead to a full-scale war between humans and mutants, Beast travels back in time to bring the original five X-men into the present, hoping to make Cyclops see the error of his ways. Here's where the book gets really interesting. It's pretty cool to see the teenage X-men deal with their future selves, while trying to adapt to the way the world has changed. All five teens pretty much act the way you would expect them too, given the circumstances they find themselves in. Most interesting is young Scott Summers/ Cyclops encountering his future self. Can you imagine how it would feel to find out that you had become the very thing you swore to fight against? To know that you had killed your own teacher, the man who was like a father to you? And to see your future self in cahoots with your arch-nemesis, Magneto? Woo-boy! This is why I was won over by this series! Bendis is doing an impeccable job with these characters. The only downside to this book is that it's mostly talk, with little action. This could be a turn-off for some readers, but I think the characterization more than makes up for it. Finally, I would be remiss if I didn't talke about the super-talented Stuart Immonen. I wasn't always a huge fan of his, but his work here has won me over! This man was born to draw Marvel's merry mutants! The other great thing about this title is that it's part of the Marvel Now! line, which makes it a great jumping-on point for newer readers, or old fans that haven't been keeping up with the characters. Enjoy!
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HASH(0x92681498) étoiles sur 5 Great story and art, terrible package 24 avril 2013
Par Damian - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Art and writing, this is going to go down as the beginning of a classic X-Men run. BUT this edition is so cheaply made. Terrible binding, that actually makes it hard to see all the art and dialog, and despite being hardback it is just held together with glue, so I imagine it will begin to fall apart with repeated reading. With a steep discount it just might be worth what you pay for it, certainly no more. They've pinched every penny when putting this together.I'd rather pay a bit more and get something that is readable and durable.
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HASH(0x926817e0) étoiles sur 5 The Kids Are Alright. They're Mutants, But Alright. 4 mars 2015
Par Stephen Mann - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Many years ago I came across an English comic called Fantastic, then in its second issue and got hooked on the Original X-Men, Thor and Iron Man (Fantastic was a neat way for Marvel to rebrand old comics and re-sell them into a new market and there were a number of sister titles, all with rather daft names - SMASH (Fantastic Four, Hulk), POW (Spider Man), Fantastic (Iron Man, X-Men, Thor), and Terrific (Avengers, Dr Strange) are the ones I remember. The X-Men were my favourite characters.

So, when walking through a comic book store in Kissimmee, Fla and seeing this title out of the corner of my eye, how could I not buy it?

I'm not a big comic reader, never was if the truth be known. I don't have the eye for what comics are doing and often have to read them several times before I get even the vaguest glimmer of what the artist is up to. Watchmen's visual tricks went over my head for the most part, and its cultural referents were lost on me. Or to put it another way: I am a superficial reader of such media and have had no great history with the contents after the age of 15 or so. I'm four times that age now. Please read accordingly.

The torturous goings-on in the various 'universes" of Marvel characters must have just about tied the space-time continuum into a granny knot by now. Sorting out which comic book trades to read to get proper continuity can be a nightmare for the new reader, and All New X-Men had me scrambling for Wikipedia to see how I could continue to read the story of what begins in these pages with minimum faffing about and money wastage. Because what is in these pages I found compelling.

The initial premise is, perhaps, a little contrived. Some people with far better familiarity and perhaps more love for the characters concerned have complained that Hank McCoy would never have done what starts the ball rolling for this series, but if you are of a mind to see this as a reboot of the Original X-Men franchise, I think you might be able to gloss over that and just enjoy the ride.

The Original X-Men, adolescents for the most part if I remember right (and if you'll buy the premise of teenagers fighting super villains I think you are already willing to suspend a certain amount of disbelief over and above the call of duty), are brought into the day and age of the Uncanny X-Men, ostensibly so Scott Summers can meet Scott Summers and see what a jerk he's being before they all go home again (but in that case why not just bring Scott Summers into the future?).

The only problem is that once here the Original X-Men refuse to go home (well, there's dissension in the ranks but to say more would be to spoil things) and decide to stay at the Jean Grey School For The Gifted. And the fun is on.

Look, I *know* this is a cynical attempt to sell comics. But that doesn't mean it isn't a well-built one, nor that it isn't an enjoyable thing in and of itself.

And I've missed the original X-Men. I knew them. The blue Beast is a stranger to me. The Phoenix was something I missed entirely. Why is Wolverine in the X-Men anyway? (As you can see, I was quite a bit out of touch with the X-Men background).

And I love the way the X-Men, *my* X-Men, are kids amongst adults, some trying to be more grown up than they are, some just being trying. I genuine;y wanted to reach into the pages and strangle Bobby Drake at times - and that's a good thing because it shows how much empathy the writers have for the terminally young.

There were a couple of things that arrived sideways for me, notably an abrupt and unannounced issue concerning the Uncanny X-Men (the native X-Men, the ones who belong ion the future which is, by the way the narration has flowed, the present) which I'm hoping I can resolve by reading the precursor AvX trade. It was so jarring I spent some time ensuring I didn't have two pages stuck together or a misprinted copy (as happened with my omnibus edition League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, lending it a surreal quality even for an Alan Moore story).

But the angst - which is of course an essential ingredient for any story featuring adolescents and originally intended to be read by young male adolescents - has been subtly shifted to a more relevant and believable footing with Scott thrown by everyone's reaction to him (he gets blamed for what he will do which is a total crock if you ask me so we'd better hope he's the stuff of heroes - lesser mutants have joined the League of Evil Mutants and sought vengeance for less), Jean getting blindsided by Sudden Onset Telepathy (the curse of the young mutant), Warren being royally pissed at everyone, Hank being fascinated and thrown abruptly into the hero amongst hero's role and Bobby annoying the living crap out of everyone by his persistent dense lack of acumen.

The hook set here is so compelling I already have the next two trade collections in the series and plan to continue buying until they jump the inevitable shark.

I found the artwork superb and the writing very believable for the milieu. The story moves quite slowly and I don't think I'd have the stamina or patience to collect it as individual issues, so these trade collections are a godsend for me.

The production is, of course, color on glossy paper, perfectly bound between color card covers.

There is additional artwork in the book collecting variations published in the original comics. Anyone doubting the "cynical money mill" part of the industry need look no further than those, but as the man said: You can always walk away. You can always switch it off. You can always say "no thanks".

Recommended.
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HASH(0x92681a2c) étoiles sur 5 Exciting story 13 mai 2013
Par Aaron Book - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This story line got me back into the Marvel X-Men Universe after a year of not reading. Great story to start back up if you are like me and have been away from the Marvel Universe a year or two.
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