- Age Range: 9 and up
- Grade Level: 4 and up
- Series: X-Men (Book 4)
- Hardcover: 144 pages
- Publisher: Marvel; First Edition edition (May 20, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0785188606
- ISBN-13: 978-0785188605
- Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.5 x 10.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 14.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #652,394 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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My personal favorite part of this comic is the very last part where we get a glimpse inside of Magneto's mind when Xavier shut his brain off in Uncanny X-Men 304. Also we got little hints in that story of the coming of Onslaught, and Operation: Zero Tolerance, two of my personal favorite stories from the X-Men universe from when I was a teenager.
All in all it's worth reading and it's an okay story. Check it out!
I wont spoil much, and please, do not read the plot of the book, cuz it pretty much gives away the only surprising thing in the whole story. Also, do note that Immonen only drew the first issue of the book. The rest is by Peterson, and though his art style captures the mood of the story, its not as beautiful as Immonen's art.
That said, theres only 4 issues of "All-New X-Men" in this book. The fifth is called "X-Men Gold", which serves like a 50 year anniversary issue, with short stories by different X-writers and artists from the past. Even a story by Stan Lee himself. Its a hit and miss, and fairly entertaining at best, afterall, with limited pages, how are they going to present you with the best stories?
In the end, if youre a completist like me, get it, if not, just read it online and skip this volume.
This time the great artist is Immonen. In Vol 3, you get one issue by him and the rest by a less good, but passable artist. In this volume (Vol 4), Immonen does the first issue, and then it's passed to one of the worst comic artists I've seen - the characters look like fantastic man, stretched badly, made of silly putty.. unrecognizable except for their costumes. Truly awful. Congrats, you fooled me into buying bad art again.
The story is really awful and dark, too. Torture.. religious extremism and.. well there's not much I enjoyed about it. And finally the last two episodes are not even part of the All-New X-Men story. Just some throw-backs reprinted or something.
At any rate, I'm done being fooled. Vol 1 and Vol 2 I'll keep. Vol 3 and Vol 4 I am getting rid off. And I've removed all other Marvel titles from my wish list. I'm just tired of the bait and switch.
It's kind of tiring because he's starting to make the original X-Men seem whiny.
P.S. Magik gives the old X-Men new suits. They’re actually pretty sweet designs.