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X-Men: Proteus By Chris Claremont John Byrne Ann Nocenti Fabian Nicieza John Bolton M.D. Bright,

  • Title: X-Men: Proteus
  • Author: Chris Claremont John Byrne Ann Nocenti Fabian Nicieza John Bolton M.D. Bright
  • ISBN: 9780785137689
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Hardcover
  • One of the X Men s greatest allies must face her darkest secret when a child born of violence bends reality to his whims The paranormal Proteus battles the X Men in body and soul, shaking the psyches of even their strongest But as Marvel s mightiest mutants face one world threatening wonder, an even worse one awaits as the stage is set for the debut of Dark Phoenix CollectOne of the X Men s greatest allies must face her darkest secret when a child born of violence bends reality to his whims The paranormal Proteus battles the X Men in body and soul, shaking the psyches of even their strongest But as Marvel s mightiest mutants face one world threatening wonder, an even worse one awaits as the stage is set for the debut of Dark Phoenix Collects X Men 125 128, and Classic X Men 32 33, 36.
    X Men Proteus One of the X Men s greatest allies must face her darkest secret when a child born of violence bends reality to his whims The paranormal Proteus battles the X Men in body and soul shaking the psyches

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    1. I ve read this story before, as part of the Wizard X Men Masterpiece Edition of selected X Men tales and the Mark Millar version as it appeared in Ultimate X Men Volume 3 World Tour This new edition contains a recap of previous issues that helped build up this story from the mysterious Mutant X cameo in X Men issue 104 to this three parter The seeds for the Proteus saga were planted in the early Claremont issue which had Magneto escape from Muir Island By the time the writer came around to pen t [...]

    2. Introduction When I heard so many good things about one of the most iconic X Men stories, next to X Men The Dark Phoenix Saga and X Men Days of Future Past, Proteus, I just had to give this comic a shot Now, I actually first heard about the Proteus storyline through the X Men cartoon series that came out during the 1990s and ever since then, I was interested in seeing how this popular storyline unfolded in the X Men universe and now, I finally got a chance to read it What is this story about In [...]

    3. This volume collects X Men original series 125 128, plus supplemental material.In this story, we learn that X associate Moira McTaggert has a son, the product of a rape by her ex husband, who is a dangerous mutant Kevin McTaggert, who takes the name Proteus, is an energy vampire who uses bodies like we use clothes but goes through them much faster He also has the ability to warp reality, an experience that leaves even the hardest X Men quaking in their boots Freed from his cell by a battle betwe [...]

    4. 8th book read in 2013 Number 145 out of 300 on my all time book list.Follow the link below to see my video review youtube watch v TwFl I

    5. Claremont and Byrne do a great job on these four issues covering the Proteus arc also known as the four issues directly preceding the Dark Phoenix Saga The story focuses on Proteus, also known as Mutant X, one of the X Men s most challenging foes thus seen, whose escape had been briefly hinted at in a single panel way back in issue 104 Proteus is a pretty tragic character Conceived through rape, he was locked away at a research facility by a very young age, until his eventual accidental escape t [...]

    6. The Proteus story is a classic Claremont tale from 1979 or so, with the introduction of Moira MacTaggert s secret vampire zombie adult son Proteus it makes sense in context The story is a good one, very unsettling as the villain possesses different bodies and sneaks around dark mansions, but it loses a bit toward the end, as Claremont takes a turn for the disturbingly Oedipal when Proteus possesses thereby killing his father in order to kill his mother although his motives with respect to her a [...]

    7. This is the stuff that got me hooked on comics when I was a kid I was first introduced to the X men just about 5 issues before the beginning of this book and it was amazing The cool and complex plots of Chris Claremont with John Byrne also helping with plot and his amazing art While the writing and plotting is top notch, the thing I keep coming back to is the art Its hard to put into words Realistically hyper stylized is the best phrase that is coming to mind and that doesn t do it justice It is [...]

    8. X Men Proteus is the first comic book I have purchased and I was not disappointed The characters have incredible depth that you do not get from the movies Wolverine and Moira s pasts haunt them as they battle Proteus, a being who must possess the bodies of others to survive The other X Men are just as vulnerable as he twists reality and renders their powers useless If you have not read comic books or X Men before, Proteus is the perfect place to start The intensity, emotion, and power of the sto [...]

    9. This was excellent Classic Claremont, with a team full of characters I adore, functioning at their best Though everyone in the book shines, Cyclops really gets the best spotlight his leadership skills, particularly his ability to figure out the best strategies for fighting Proteus and getting his team into tip top shape, are on full display here I dare anyone to read this volume and claim that Scott isn t a great team leader.

    10. These were the very 1st XMEN issues i ever read, stumbling on the bi monthly title by accident, way back when they were new in late 70s.just re read the 4 issues via comixology electronic guided view These are still great Buy them now.

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