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House of XMutants Are The Future, And The Future Begins Now Superstar Writer Jonathan Hickman INFINITY, SECRET WARS Takes The Reigns Of The X Men Universe With Artists Pepe Larraz And RB Silva To Change The Way You Look At Every X Men Story HOUSE OF X And POWERS OF X Intertwine To Reveal The Secret Past, Present, Future, And Far Future Of Mutantkind It All Starts When Charles Xavier Reveals His New Masterplan For Mutantkind, One That Will Bring Mutants Out Of The Shadow Of Humanity And Into The LightLLECTING House Of X , Powers Of X

[Ebook] ↠ House of X Author Jonathan Hickman – Pocket-bikes.us
  • Hardcover
  • 400 pages
  • House of X
  • Jonathan Hickman
  • 06 September 2019
  • 1302915703

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  1. says:

    Mutants have been persecuted throughout the entire Marvel history, they ve been killed and abused over and over again NO MORE Jonathan Hickman wrote one of the best franchise relaunches I have ever read, he built the foundation for the future of the X Men in such a exciting way that I fear writers are going to struggle to live up to the expectations once he is gone.It all started when Cyclops told Captain America in AvX that the Avengers stood by and did nothing when the mutants were attac Mutants have been persecuted throughout the entire Marvel history, they ve been killed and abused over and over again NO MORE Jonathan Hickman wrote one of the best franchise relaunches I have ever read, he built the foundation for the future of the X Men in such a exciting way that I fear writers are going to struggle to live up to the expectations once he is gone.It all started when Cyclops told Captain America in AvX that the Avengers stood by and did nothing when the mutants were attacked and persecuted multiple times, they never acted upon their adversaries, all those villainous human and mutant groups that attacked them, where were the Avengers when the mutants were being exterminated and depowered The mutants tried multiple times to found their place in the world, but the humans never allowed them to remain there in peace, millions of mutants have been murdered, they ve been on the verge of extinctionthan once, and it s finally time for the X Men mutants to do something about it In the words of Charles XavierHere is a new truth while you slept, the world changedand so the big three, Xavier, Magneto and Cyclops declared the island of Krakoa as the new sovereign nation state for the mutants In exchange, the human nations can now buy a new revolutionary drug from them, capable of curing multiple diseases as well as prolonging life itself, as long as they don t interfere in their business.Hickman found a way for all the mutants, friendly and villain, to be part of a single faction, even Apocalypse agreed and joined Krakoa, its so innovative and revolutionary, a council was formed and together they established the first three laws MAKE MORE MUTANTSMURDER NO MANRESPECT THE LAND OF KRAKOA This no longer feels like the X Men, because it isn t any, they have a nation now and with it a new authority that is new to the franchise But if you think this is all this book has to offer, you re in for a ride, I don t want to spoil everything in case you re reading this review without picking up the book first, but let s just say that there is a new group called The Five and Goldballs have become one of the most important mutants.House of X has a little bit of everything that made the X Men great and then some, plenty of heartful family camaraderie moments, a thrilling last stand mission, a fresh time travel idea, multiple timelines, brutal twists that hopefully will produce some of the coolest storylines ever, deaths and rebirths and a new sense of belongingThis feels like the end of an era and the start of a new one, one where the mutants finally have a place to call home, Krakoa It has a sense of conclusion while introducing a plethora of new ideas.One final thumbs up for the stellar art by Pepe Larraz and others that elevated this book to a new level, at times this books feels like real science fiction, not only because of the way Hickman wrote it but also because of the way it was illustrated, wonderful visuals, beautifully colored.I ll go ahead and call this my favorite Marvel book ever


  2. says:

    A masterpiece and an instant classic Quite possibly the best thing Hickman s ever written, and I m almost sure the best X Men run ever Easily the best thing to happen in comics all year, which is no small feat since 2019 in particular saw an insane amount of fantastic comics But really, nothing could compare to the sheer grandness and genius that Hickman brought to the world of Marvel s mutants Well maybe the final year of Giant Days But nothing will ever be as good as Giant Days, so A masterpiece and an instant classic Quite possibly the best thing Hickman s ever written, and I m almost sure the best X Men run ever Easily the best thing to happen in comics all year, which is no small feat since 2019 in particular saw an insane amount of fantastic comics But really, nothing could compare to the sheer grandness and genius that Hickman brought to the world of Marvel s mutants Well maybe the final year of Giant Days But nothing will ever be as good as Giant Days, so that book is in a category of its own I already can t wait to re read this thing I admit, those X2 and X3 timelines flew a bit over my head in particular , and I can t believe that this is only just the beginning of the run Go HiX men


  3. says:

    Tingles This was perfection I can t wait to see where the Dawn of X takes us. Strap in folks, Hickman s taking us for a wild ride


  4. says:

    If any comic need a hard reboot it was the X Men, and this was a really good one at that The only negatives are that it was a bit confusing in places I had to read an article explaining a bit of it and I think there is a plot hole view spoiler when they regrow Wolverine in an egg, does he have his adamantium Because if he does that wouldn t make any sense hide spoiler This is Marvel, so in another year or two we are going to get a big event where Krakoa gets annihilated and half of th If any comic need a hard reboot it was the X Men, and this was a really good one at that The only negatives are that it was a bit confusing in places I had to read an article explaining a bit of it and I think there is a plot hole view spoiler when they regrow Wolverine in an egg, does he have his adamantium Because if he does that wouldn t make any sense hide spoiler This is Marvel, so in another year or two we are going to get a big event where Krakoa gets annihilated and half of these characters all die switch sides get shot into space whatever, but for now I m excited to see where they are going to go with this


  5. says:

    Wowfrigging hell, that was a good read.If I were to refer a science fiction fan to a superhero or Marvel comic I d refer them to House of X and Powers of X, which are basically, Chapter 1, then Chapter 2 in a series Also you don t need to know the back story it works on its own as an interesting speculative science fiction series Incorporating various elements from writers such as Octavia Butler, Maria Doria Russell, Philip K Dick, Doris Lessing, CJ Cherryth, Ursula Le Quinn, Alfred Wowfrigging hell, that was a good read.If I were to refer a science fiction fan to a superhero or Marvel comic I d refer them to House of X and Powers of X, which are basically, Chapter 1, then Chapter 2 in a series Also you don t need to know the back story it works on its own as an interesting speculative science fiction series Incorporating various elements from writers such as Octavia Butler, Maria Doria Russell, Philip K Dick, Doris Lessing, CJ Cherryth, Ursula Le Quinn, Alfred Bester, Robert K Heinlein, Issac AsimovIt also manages to take the graphic novel or comic book format to a new level, reminding me a little of what Alan Moore did with Watchmen, or Frank Miller with Dark Knight in the 1980s Granted, I shouldn t get two excited this is just chapter 2 But, I m rather impressed with the intertwining of world building, science, story, and character it s suspenseful, tightly plotted, not boring, yet packed with a lot of hard science fiction content Some of it we may have seen before elsewhere in places such as Ron Moore s BattleStar Galatica and Caprica, or even Age of Apocalypse Although I d say it is far better written than Age of Apocalypse was and a little less soapy.Hickman has pulled the X men out of the soap opera superhero quagmire that it been mucking about in for so long now And come up with an interesting scope and world that is reminiscent of Claremount s epic Days of Future Past , later turned into one of the better X movies Although I d say this is slightly better done, and far less didactic What I like about Hickman is he pulls back from the moralizing and sermonizing that so many of the writers fall prey to, and shows instead of tells Mr Sinister is depicted in a fascinating manner and at a distance We don t get the cheesy moustach twirling unkillable super villain, but an amoral and somewhat opportunist geneticist who pushes the barriers to the point of almost destroying his own species, and in an effort to defect to the winning side outsmarts himself and is finally killed This is all told in the fine print, yet is gripping and quite satisfying, in how smartly it is rendered I found it amusingly ironic, and far better told in summary And this is just one example Too often a writer feels the need to tell the reader everything, leaving little to the imagination, but as any true genre fan knows it s so muchfun when they don t do this When they trust their readership and Hickman not only trusts his readers, he expects them to be smart.Hickman is aided in this endeavor by the incredibly talented R.B Silva artist and inker and Marte Gracta color artist This is done by hand and well done Art is important in a comic book particularly consistent art If done poorly it will pull you out of the story, if done well you will fall into it as if it were a movie playing out in your mind I can t emphasize enough how important the role of the artist is here and it has to be an artist that works well with the writer Silva, much like Pepe before him on House of X , truly does Not only that but Silva and Pepe s styles compliment each other so that the books flow seamlessly.This has got to be one of the best comics I ve read in a very long time I can t wait for the next issue And Cyclops, my fav, didn t appear once, and I didn t miss him I was so enthralled with the story and new characters Bravo


  6. says:

    Damn What a story The writing and art are both just incredible It s a bit all over the place, but I m sure it reads better when read all at once I m sure this ll be remembered as one of the biggest, best X Men stories of all time A great hoping on point for new readers, and a challenging yet interesting change for longtime fans The hype surrounding this was well deserved I can t wait to see where the X Men go following this new direction 5 5 stars


  7. says:

    Wow This ll deserve ain depth review when I read it collected, but even reading it each week it was fantastic Hickman takes not just the X men but the idea of Marvel characters themselves in a bold direction here and it s brilliant The artworks amazing The story hooks you to keep coming back week after week I can t wait for his new X men books to start


  8. says:

    My previous exposure to the X Men were the 90 s animated series and the various movies I ve never been a regular comic reader, and my previous foray into Hickman s Marvel work ended in frustration with the number of cross overs and seemingly meaningless storylines But with House of X and Powers of X, Hickman has solved both the problems with the unique structure of these intertwined series The 6 issues in each series alternate weekly or semi weekly and the story is entirely self contained i My previous exposure to the X Men were the 90 s animated series and the various movies I ve never been a regular comic reader, and my previous foray into Hickman s Marvel work ended in frustration with the number of cross overs and seemingly meaningless storylines But with House of X and Powers of X, Hickman has solved both the problems with the unique structure of these intertwined series The 6 issues in each series alternate weekly or semi weekly and the story is entirely self contained in the 12 issues, meaning you don t have to hunt for some random issue in some other series to understand what happened previously As for the story itself, I won t say muchthan it really brings a fresh lens to the mutant human machine conflict Having watched all of the MCU movies to date and being a bit underwhelmed with how that conflict was portrayed in the previous X Men movies, I was struck by how different it felt in these series, and am really excited to see how the X Men and mutants are finally introduced into the MCU I m also excited to dive into the six Dawn of X series that will start in the coming weeks


  9. says:

    Hickman is giving us everything that s been missing from the X Men for the last two decades.


  10. says:

    La serie House of X Powers of X pretende ser de alguna manera un reinicio de la saga de los X Men que para m tiene buen ritmo y suscita inter s pero tampoco termin de agradarme tanto.Lo que no me gust fue la importancia que se le da a Moira, Charles y Magneto Desde luego, ellos siempre han sido al inicio muy importantes pero conforme pasaron los a os su lugar ya fue reemplazado por el grupo liderado por C clope, Wolverine y m s tarde por el cisma de ambos Tanto Charles como Moira estaban ba La serie House of X Powers of X pretende ser de alguna manera un reinicio de la saga de los X Men que para m tiene buen ritmo y suscita inter s pero tampoco termin de agradarme tanto.Lo que no me gust fue la importancia que se le da a Moira, Charles y Magneto Desde luego, ellos siempre han sido al inicio muy importantes pero conforme pasaron los a os su lugar ya fue reemplazado por el grupo liderado por C clope, Wolverine y m s tarde por el cisma de ambos Tanto Charles como Moira estaban bastante relegados e incluso se pod a decir que el grupo m s que todo era Cyclops y Emma Frost a la cabeza.Ahora se ha metido una idea nueva que para m no encaja y se ve un poco artificial, ustedes saben, colocar un nuevo poder de Moira que lo tuvo desde hace mucho tiempo pero nadie se dio cuenta leyendo estos 40 a os c mics Y con respecto a los futuros apocal pticos pues es una idea que siempre creo todos los escritores tocan As mismo el tema de la resurrecci n que se muestra en los n meros finales no me termina de convencer.Me gustan los X Men cuando se desarrollan los conflictos no s lo en peleas o amenazas sino entre los mismos miembros, sus charlas, sus relaciones, sus miedos y su interacci n Al ser estos c mics una introducci n para explicar c mo ser en adelante las series de los mutantes eso es lo que dice y as lo espero , no se ve pr cticamente esa parte ntima de ellos Tal vez s lo en el tr o inicial que comento pero C clope, Wolverine, Jean Grey, Etc est n totalmente desdibujados y apenas caracterizados, parecen s lo marionetas del tr o Espero que ahora con las series que vienen se desarrollen m s historias Y debo reconocer que ha sido un gran remez n pero que no ha terminado de agradarme del todo

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