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X-men: Legacy - Sins Of The Father (x-men (marvel Paperback))

Xmen Legacy

You simply must read a copy of X-men: Legacy - Sins Of The Father (x-men (marvel Paperback)) a strong children's book by Mike Carey. The author is Mike Carey and the publisher is Marvel. It went on sale in March of 2009. The children's book is 168 pages long. It's dimensions are 10.16"H x 6.61"L x 0.31"W and it weighs around 0.65 lbs. To find the best bargain on a copy for this children's book as well as other items, click on our store button on this page.

Marvel


UPS: 000785130039
ISBN: 0785130039
Author: Mike Carey

As Professor X searches to fill the gaps in his memory, someone else searches for him. Plus: a recently uncovered X-Men story by classic creators Roger Stern and Dave Cockrum! Can they put their differences aside long enough to uncover the truth about Sinister's plot and also the attempts on Xavier's life? Though he no longer walks the earth, the man once called Nathaniel Milbury has managed to reach beyond the grave, by way of a plot conceived decades ago but only coming into impact upon his death. Collects X-Men: Legacy #213-216, X-Men: The Unlikely Saga of Xavier, Magneto and Stan; X-Men: Odd Men Out. In the approach of defending Professor Xavier, Gambit is forced into an uneasy alliance with one particular in the X-Men's oldest foes. This volume also consists of a story by X-Men co-creator Stan Lee, in which"The Man"himself explores the connection in between Xavier and his sometime foe, sometime friend Magneto. But when a single of his former students, Gambit, tracks him down, he brings news of an assassination plot centering on Xavier, amongst other individuals. His psyche rebuilt from the ground up after he suffered a near-fatal gunshot wound, the former leader from the X-Men has set out to rediscover his forgotten past. The objective for the program is obscure, but each of the targets share a history with all the recently deceased X-Men foe Mr. Sinister.



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