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X-Men: Dream's End By Chris Claremont Joe Pruett Robert E. Weinberg Scott Lobdell,

  • Title: X-Men: Dream's End
  • Author: Chris Claremont Joe Pruett Robert E. Weinberg Scott Lobdell
  • ISBN: 9780785115519
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Paperback
  • The death of Colossus, reprinted here for the first time For too long mutants were threatened by the twin specters of the Legacy Virus and anti mutant politics Now, the X Men hope to end both threats, but at what cost to their oldest and dearest Are there deaths from which even the X Men can t return Featuring Mystique, Cable, and the last issue of Bishop s solo seriesThe death of Colossus, reprinted here for the first time For too long mutants were threatened by the twin specters of the Legacy Virus and anti mutant politics Now, the X Men hope to end both threats, but at what cost to their oldest and dearest Are there deaths from which even the X Men can t return Featuring Mystique, Cable, and the last issue of Bishop s solo series Collects Uncanny X Men 388 390, Cable 87, Bishop 16 and X Men 108 110.
    X Men Dream s End The death of Colossus reprinted here for the first time For too long mutants were threatened by the twin specters of the Legacy Virus and anti mutant politics Now the X Men hope to end both threats

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    1. Umm, the end to Claremont s second run of X Men It is better than the rest of that run, but that is not saying much You can also see the influence of the first movie coming out around this time Scott Lobdell returns to bide the time between Claremont and Morrison He begins well enough, which is contained here in His best stories are the very personally focused character one shots he does Both the Colossus death and the Kitty Pryde leaving issues are just that So herein he plays to his strengths [...]

    2. You know, I really enjoyed this It s Scott Lobdell doing some of his best work he always was better at the tiny character pieces , and it s probably some of the last good work Chris Claremont put out It s not a perfect story, and the science of the Legacy Virus is sketchy at best But it s a compelling tale with some great character moments, from everybody from Cable to Senator Kelly to Colossus And I totally sniffled at the end Well worth reading, especially for people like me who came to the X [...]

    3. I have been kicking myself for missing on how Colossus died due to the Legacy virus, so I was glad to read this As the majority of this was written by Chris Claremont, it has that 80s X Men feel, complete with much internal dialogue.

    4. From 1975 until his firing in 1991, Chris Claremont played the primary role in building the X Men from obscurity into the most popular title in comics After 16 years, he was dismissed in favor of artist Jim Lee who himself left the X Men a year later and now is co publisher of DC Comics , and the X Men suffered from aimless plots and countless marketing schemes for almost the entire decade But when Marvel finally invited him to return to writing the book in 2000, the results were uneven at best, [...]

    5. Read during the great Blackout of 08I m sure some editor somewhere thought this would be a colossal tee hee way to wrap up read cure the Legacy Virus that had been afflicting mutants for almost a decade So why does this TPB read so small scale to me A main character s sacrifice seemed to come out of nowhere, and then has no lasting impression when Joss Whedon resurrected him within his Astonishing X Men title not too long after.Sadly, this is just another collection in a long line of collections [...]

    6. This is one of those that spans like four different comic runs, so there are different writers and different priorities Basically that means there were some parts of it I was less interested in And the thing that really annoys me is that one minute Kitty was MIA and then she s back, gets Peter s ashes, and leaves Where did she come from Guh But there were a couple of parts that made me cry I really like Claremont.It was good, just slow in some places I don t care about Betsy.

    7. Even knowing that most of the deaths in this story arc get retconned and having previously read many of said returns the writing and art styles make the losses heart wrenching and worth the read At times I almost wished the characters in question had stayed dead, so powerful was their send off.

    8. The worst Without a doubt the lowest point in the entirety of X Men 4 major characters killed off and neither of them in an emotionally impactful way This was a trial to get through, very page feeling like ten An absolute bore despite boasting so many shocking deaths.

    9. I love everything Marvel The storylines are incredible They have everything you could want action, adventure, comedy, romance, political intrigue, allegories, metaphors, etc Some stories drag, some end too soon.

    10. The writing wasn t bad but the printing was On a few occasions, dialogue clouds were filled in with the same dialogue on multiple pages That is disappointing.

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