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New X-Men, Vol. 3 Paperback – November 26, 2008
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About the Author
Marc Silvestri, a major twenty-year comic book veteran, has been involved with content development since his start at Marvel Comics. In a short amount of time he established himself as a dynamic force in the world of comic books, bringing a new vitality to the industry. As an artist, Silvestri was instrumental in the success of such popular Marvel comic book properties as Uncanny X-Men and Wolverine, and went on to build a fan following unmatched by few other creators.
Silvestri's success in the publishing world has expanded into new areas of entertainment, including animation, action figures, live action television, features, interactive media, and international licensing.
Tim Townsend has written for the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and Rolling Stone, among other publications. In 2005, 2011, and 2013, he was named Religion Reporter of the Year by the Religion Newswriters Association for his work at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. He is a Washington, D.C.-based editor at Timeline.com.
Top Customer Reviews
Humans vs Mutants! So much hate! And in the middle there's the students at Xavier's School for the Gifted.
I can't tell you anything of the book, because I would spoiler it for you. If you've been following the story from the begining of the first trade, then I can tell you that, finishing the story is the right way to go.
Tough spot for the X-Dudes, no doubt of that. And Manhattan will feel rage of... KICK, the drug!
The art is way better than Volume 2. Phil Jimenez and Marc Silvestri's art is the best so far, and makes the experience even cooler than it is.
I give this book 4.5 stars
Ps: Beak Rules!!!!!!!!
The art by Chris Bachallo in the Fantomex story and by Mark Silvestri in the final three issues are amazing, though the stuff in between was nowhere near up to that caliber.
There were a few things that kept this from a 5-star rating though. I didn't really like the way they portrayed Magneto's personality, and I thought the "flash-forward" at the end was a little more drawn out and complex than it needed to be.
Altogether, I'd recommend buying this book for any X-Men fan though. Just make sure you've read the first two volumes first.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Reading this makes my inner geek smile every time and my bookasaurus feel full and satisfied.Published 12 months ago by travioli
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Volume 3 is some of the worst work I've ever seen by Morrison. While Vols 1 and 2 (and the first arc of Vol 3) maintain some of the subversive intensity Morrison brinks to books... Read morePublished on May 9, 2009 by A reader