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The true flagship X-Men series returns...NOW! In the wake of the Phoenix event, the world has changed and is torn on exactly what Cyclops and his team of outlaw X-Men are - visionary revolutionaries or dangerous terrorists? Whatever the truth, Cyclops, Emma Frost, Magneto, and Magik are out in the world gathering new mutants and redefining the name Uncanny X-Men. But the challenges that they must overcome are fierce: once again, robotic Sentinels hunt the team and the mutants they protect...but when you find out who's doing the hunting, your jaw will drop! And if that's not enough, there's a mole on Cyclops' team - but who is it? Blockbuster creators Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo revamp the X-Men concept and turn everything you take for granted on its head!

UNCANNY X-MEN VOL. 1: REVOLUTION 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: Uncanny X-Men 1-5, plus never before seen extras!

Biographie de l'auteur

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.

Chris Bachalo is an American comic book illustrator known for his quirky, cartoon-like style. He became well known for stints on DC Comics' Shade, the Changing Man and Neil Gaiman's two Death series. Chris has also illustrated several of Marvel Comics' X-Men-related series, including Generation X (which he co-created), X-Men vol 2, Uncanny X-Men, and Ultimate X-Men. Beginning in April, 2000 Chris illustrated his creator-owned series Steampunk.

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Ce commentaire portera sur les trois premiers arcs de la série soit Révolution, Broken et The good, the bad and the inhumans.

Lorsque j’ai commencé l’année, jamais je n’aurai pensé devoir détruire Bendis pour chaque article le concernant.En ce qui me concerne l’homme est artistiquement perdu depuis sa fin du run de Daredevil où pointait déjà son goût pour les partouzes marveliennes.

Entendons par là détruire les familles des héros Marvel pour créer des équipes qui ne font rien, balancent des blagues et s’en vont.Jusque là rien de grave… Bendis n’est rien d’autre qu’un tâcheron spécialisé dans événementiel comme l’histoire des Comics en est parsemé.

Tout ceci serait bien anodin, si ce type ne détruisait pas égoïstement le travail des autres plus talentueux que lui pour livrer des histoires insipides.Les habitués de la maison se rappelleront tout le mal que l’on pense de ses nouveaux Xmen. On ne rentrera pas dans les détails d’arguments développés ici et là.

Comme Chris Claremont et Scott Lobdell avant lui, Brian Bendis a donc l’honneur de superviser les deux séries principales des mutants.All New Xmen est censé suivre le destin des anciens Xmen tandis qu’ Uncanny Xmen porterait sur la fuite et les projets révolutionnaire de Scott Summers et ses potes Magnéto, Emma Frost et Illyana Raspoutine.

Sauf que comme d’habitude Bendis est incapable de respecter son cahier des charges et recommence son échangisme éreintant.
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Par Présence TOP 100 COMMENTATEURS le 14 août 2013
Format: Relié
Ce tome contient les épisodes 1 à 5 de la série "Uncanny X-Men" (en abrégé UXM) relancée en 2013, dans le cadre de l'opération "Marvel NOW". Elle succède à la série relancée en 2012, écrite par Kieron Gillen, s'étant achevée avec Uncanny X-Men AvX (épisodes 15 à 20). Elle se déroule concomitamment à Yesterday's X-Men, Brian Michael Bendis étant le scénariste de ces 2 séries.

Épisodes 1 à 4 (dessins de Chris Bachalo, encrage de Tim Tonwsend, Jaime Mendoze, Al Vey et Victor Olazaba, mise en couleurs de Chris Bachalo) - Mariah Hill (la directrice du SHIELD) discute avec l'un des membres du groupe de Cyclops qui a décidé de livrer des informations sur le prochain endroit où ils vont intervenir. Il explique comment Scott Summers a décidé d'opter pour une attitude plus proactive pour la défense des mutants. Summers estime que sa race est en danger, menacée par les humains. Il a décidé de venir en aide aux jeunes mutants dont le pouvoir vient de se déclarer en ouvrant une école clandestine. Au début du récit le groupe se compose de Scott Summers (Cyclops), Emma Frost, Erik Lehnsherr (Magneto), Illyana Rasputin (Magik), Eva Bell (Tempus), et Christopher Muse (Triage). Ils sont en mission à San Diego pour recruter Fabio Medina quand des Sentinels interviennent, validant par la même le point de vue de Cyclops.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Different turn for the series, but I like it 1 août 2013
Par Matt - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This TPB is a collection of the re-launched Uncanny X-Men. It contains issues #1-5, written by Brian Bendis and some really unique artwork by Chris Bachalo and Frazer Irving. It can be hit or miss to some, but I quite like the break from "traditional" comic art. It's a stylized look with low saturation and simple colors, and is contrasted nicely with some great design for the areas in Limbo.

The story is definitely a "new beginning." In the wake of the Phoenix events of Avengers Vs. X-Men, a lot has changed with some of the characters in the X-Men series. Cyclops has been branded a lunatic and a traitor; a danger to everyone. He leads a mutant revolution with now-friend Magneto and fellow Phoenix hosts, Magik and Emma Frost.

Their powers have been crippled by the Phoenix, and each of the team members must deal with their newfound lack of control. There is also plenty of dialog that helps play catch-up for those who have not read AvX or other preceding material. I think it comes off very well, especially the opening dialog between Scott and Emma in issue #2.

Despite the drop in powers, they still showcase themselves well to onlookers as they meet and recruit newly discovered mutants. These mutants show the same confusion and awe as many others have when discovering their gifts, but they seem to serve as a newcomer's point of view to the events happening. They do little to add to storylines beyond this added perspective, but in that role, they are very good.

I like the direction Bendis is taking Uncanny X-Men. I was very happy with All New X-Men, and this ties in quite nicely telling the other side of the post-AvX storyline. I highly recommend reading Avengers Vs. X-Men for a better understanding of where everyone is (and for that matter, Messiah CompleX, Messiah War, Second Coming, and Schism). I'm excited to see the transformation Scott/Cyclops has taken as a character and how he will continue to fight his demons and grow as a character. I think the current running of Uncanny and All New X-Men complement each other very well and should be read concurrently. I had a chance to meet Bendis at San Diego Comic Con, and I look forward to more of his writing!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Truly the Uncacnniest of X-Men 14 août 2013
Par Paul Bruce - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Cyclops, Magento, and Emma Frost like we have never seen them before.

Revolution!

Cyclops has long been the leader of the X-Men and now, after the events of AvX and the death of Charles Xavier by his own, Phoenix possessed, hand, he has come to see the world in a new light. Prejudice against mutant kind is once more rampant with the arrival of the first of the new mutants. Cyclops, no longer believing in the approach to the problem he learned from Charles Xavier, is recruiting for his new mutants revolution, while he and his generals struggle to maintain their fluctuating powers.

A post Phoenix possessed Cyclops, a de-powered Emma Frost, and Magneto as a double agent make this run the ultimate must read for fans of the X-Men. Along with some new mutants like Tempus, who can stop time, and Triage the new mutant healer, the new Xavier Institute looks to be shaping up nicely.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great re-imagining of what the X-Men are supposed to be 23 août 2014
Par Ben Martin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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People seem quick to label Cyclops as a "villain" after the events of Avengers vs. X-Men, but that's not the way I see it. He's embraced his role as a folk hero and a revolutionary figurehead to the mutant people, and he's still doing what he's always done: protecting mutantkind.

Just because he's at odds with Wolverine, Beast and Storm, and the Avengers are actively trying to stop him, doesn't mean he's gone completely over to the dark side. What we get out of his role here is a fantastic story about one man who's had enough of trying to play by the rules and is using his tactical know-how and his gift for inspiring people to start a gathering that will protect those who can't protect themselves. We get the typical "new mutants figuring out their powers" thing as well, which is entertaining when it's done right, which it is here. It's apparent that Cyclops's recruits have a long way to go, but they've got potential, and I enjoy the new characters so far.

I love Bachalo's art as well. It's a great fit for this story.

If you're getting this, I'd recommend also picking up "AvX: Consequences" and "All-New X-Men" Vol. 1 and 2, as they lead directly up to what we're seeing here.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Slow stories done quick 3 août 2014
Par may-britt torgersen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Brian Michael Bendis is a writer who grew to superstartdom thanks to his quick and snappy writing of Ultimate Spider-man,
in that sense, he might seem like an odd fit for this rather slow paced book.
Uncanny X-men V.3 isn't a story of heroes in bright spandex fighting awe-inspiring battles,
it rather spends its time having its characters stand around and discuss the world around them.
But Bendis manages to add a sense of fun and movement to what would otherwise be a rather dull affair.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Stagnation 12 novembre 2013
Par Sam Quixote - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
All-New X-Men has a storyline where original X-Men are brought to our present and acclimate to the strange new world as present day X-Men deal with the events of Avengers Vs X-Men; Wolverine and the X-Men has a storyline where Wolverine starts a new school in the style of Xavier's original and comedic shenanigans ensue. Both of these series are successful in their own way - they have storylines that enable them to drive forward with plot or slow things down and let the characters mingle with one another to great effect. They not only have options but ideas and fresh new takes on classic characters.

Uncanny X-men - this series' storyline sees Cyclops and his group of mutant rebels recruiting new mutants for their own school. On the face of it, it should be a good series like the other two big X-titles but it's not. For a start, they only recruit one new mutant in the entire book - Fabio Medina aka Goldballs. I'm not going to complain about this character because I think he's amazing - really. Goldballs: the dude manifests and fires golden volleyballs(I think?). Love it! I'll bet dollars to donuts Jason Aaron brainstormed that for inclusion in his own series and Marvel gave it to Bendis because it fit in with Uncanny's storyline more.

What else - they fight some Sentinels, which is your basic template for an X-story; the Avengers show up (and I had this creeping sense of deja vu that we were going to see more of that crud known as AVX but thankfully didn't); Scott and co. briefly visit the Jean Grey school. Besides the Sentinels, they don't fight anyone - they just meet characters, talk about how Scott killed Xavier, and they walk away. What is this series' storyline? Scott being the leader of a new mutant revolution. So why don't we see any of that being developed? Why are these characters wandering around aimlessly when they have a very clear and well-defined purpose? I see the phrase "glacial pace" used in a lot of reviews of this book and it's completely apt - this book is sooooooo slow! And BORING! It took me no less than six attempts to get through this book, I just kept finding reasons to put it down and do anything other than read it!

The rotten carcass of AVX hangs over this book as characters recoil in dismay at Scott - the murderer of Charles Xavier! - and the scene where Scott rebuts accusations of murder becomes so utterly tiresome as it repeats over and over here. Meanwhile the Phoenix Force has left their powers weakened and warped to the point that Scott, Emma and Erik - once among the most powerful mutants in the world - can now barely control what little powers they have left. This might be interesting but what it really amounts to is characters standing around repeating they have no powers and they hate it. So this is Uncanny X-Men: the mutant revolution is Goldballs, Scott denies killing Xavier ad nauseum, and the others stand around wishing they had powers while doing nothing. Revolution? More like stagnation!

Maybe this is Bendis channeling Claremont's `80s X-Men series where the comics were packed with dialogue and exposition - but at least in Claremont's comics things happened! Days of Future Past was two issues! In a single issue of Claremont's X-Men you had tons of things happening - in this book, collecting five issues, barely anything happens.

(And this is an aside but how does Cyclops' new mask work? It's an X - I don't see a visor. Is he wearing special contacts or something?)

I hated Chris Bachalo's art in this. There are so many characters that he's resorted to having almost the same layout each time to incorporate all of Bendis' dialogue - large panel, characters standing around, hands on hips, dialogue balloons of Bendis' nonsense filling the page. If that wasn't bad enough he's also the colourist on this book and proves why having separate colourists are a good thing by colouring the entire book in flat, dreary colours that look monochromatic at times - at least the dull art style matches the script! The whole time I was wishing Dave Stewart or Matt Hollingsworth had done the colours and given the book some style and a look.

Maybe Bendis is doing too many titles at the moment and Uncanny X-Men is his pit-stop, a place where he can relax, write any old gibberish and pass it off as a viable comic. This series should be far better than it is - Scott should be doing something to justify his ridiculous new status as a revolutionary leader (even among the non-mutants!) but Bendis does nothing to develop this exciting angle. I'm sure die-hard X-Men fans who just enjoy reading Bendis' often trite dialogue using their favourite characters will love this, but for everyone else looking for a good story, a fresh idea, anything remotely intellectually stimulating, won't find it here.
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