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X-men: The Dark Phoenix Saga

Xmen The Dark Phoenix Saga

You simply must read a copy of X-men: The Dark Phoenix Saga a strong children's book by Chris Claremont. The author is Chris Claremont and the publisher is Marvel. It went on sale in April of 2006. The children's book is 200 pages long. It's dimensions are 10.16"H x 6.61"L x 0.39"W and it weighs around 0.7 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.


UPS: 000785122133
ISBN: 0785122133
Author: Chris Claremont

Gathered together by Professor Charles Xavier to safeguard a world that fears and hates them, the X-Men had fought many battles, been on adventures that spanned galaxies, grappled enemies of limitless might, but none of this could prepare them for the most shocking struggle they would ever face. Now they should decide if the life of the woman they cherish is worth the existence of the complete universe! Collects X-Men #129-137. One of their personal members, Jean Grey, has gained energy beyond all comprehension, and that power has corrupted her absolutely!

Believe the hype: the Dark Phoenix saga is amongst the greatest comics stories ever. Little do the X-Men know that they're walking into a trap set by the Hellfire Club, a group of supervillains that seem perfectly matched to counter our merry mutants. Jean Grey was, like Cyclops, an original member inside the X-Men, and had the power of telepathy (a gentle power, like that from the Invisible Girl in the precise same era ). When she was reborn as Phoenix in issue #108, however, she became power incarnate. The figures in question turn out to be Kitty Pride, who would sooner or later join the team as Sprite, along utilizing the flashy disco singer Dazzler, who would go on to star in her own book. The insidious part making use of the plot, however, is how a mysterious man named Jason Wyngarde seems to have been Jean Grey's lover in yet another time, another era, and how that may possibly give him manage over her now. Conceived by writer Chris Claremont and penciller John Byrne (credited as co-plotters, and aided immeasurably by inker Terry Austin) , the story begins in The Uncanny X-Men #129 when Professor X sends his team in search of two new mutants detected by Cerebro. Can it be controlled, or must the X-Men make a choice between the woman they love and also the fate of the universe? --David Horiuchi Read it, true believer--'nuff said. It's all proper here in this nine-issue volume, plus Wolverine alone, Emma Frost, the return of original members Angel and Beast, and a showdown with Lilandra's Imperial Guard in a single particular of comics' great milestone issues, X-Men #137.


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