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Uncanny X-Men: The Sisterhood e-book

Author:

Greg Land,Matt Fraction

Language:

English

Category:

Comics

Subcategory:

Graphic Novels

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1635 kb

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Rating:

4.3

Publisher:

Marvel; First Edition edition (September 9, 2009)

Pages:

144

ISBN:

0785141057

Uncanny X-Men: The Sisterhood e-book

by Greg Land,Matt Fraction


Ships from and sold by Amazing Comics.

Ships from and sold by Amazing Comics.

I really do like the art of Greg Land. And the story by Fraction ain't bad either. He pretty much saved X-men.

The X-Men get up to the delicate art of living as the Sisterhood get up to the delicate art of killing. The Science Team gets to work, trying very hard not to kill one another first. Simon Trask gains traction in the California state legislature, muscling Proposition X to an emergency ballot vote. I really do like the art of Greg Land.

Matt Fritchman (born December 1, 1975), better known by the pen name Matt Fraction, is an Eisner Award-winning American comic book writer, known for his work as the writer of The Invincible Iron Man, The Immortal Iron Fist, Uncanny X-Men, and Hawkeye.

Matt Fritchman (born December 1, 1975), better known by the pen name Matt Fraction, is an Eisner Award-winning American comic book writer, known for his work as the writer of The Invincible Iron Man, The Immortal Iron Fist, Uncanny X-Men, and Hawkeye for Marvel Comics, and Casanova and Sex Criminals for Image Comics. Matt Fraction was born December 1, 1975 in Chicago Heights, Illinois. As a child, he developed an affinity for telling stories, and he enjoyed reading comic books and strips.

Writer: Matt Fraction. Artist: Greg Land, Terry Dodson, Yanick Paquette. Publication date: August 2009. The X-Men get up to the delicate art of living as the Sisterhood plan their imminent demise. Simon Trask gains traction in the California state legislature, muscling "Proposition X" to an emergency ballot vote. If it passes, mutants past and present, powered and otherwise, won't be allowed to breed. Collects Uncanny X-Men

Can the X-Men defeat the Sisterhood? .

Can the X-Men defeat the Sisterhood? PrinceIMC. I remember sometime last year in an interview, Fraction (or someone on an X-Book) did say Uncanny was the revolving door. As far as Greg Land goes, I just prefer the more comic-stylized X-Men than using models where they're wearing their uniforms while teaching the students not to dress slutty. If you're going that whole "drawing the ladies well" thing, Marvel needed to holla at Guillem March. He'd would be awesome for this particular arc.

Collects Uncanny X-Men Written by MATT FRACTION. Art by GREG LAND and YANICK PAQUETTE. The X-Men get up to the delicate art of living as the Sisterhood plan their imminent demise

Collects Uncanny X-Men Written by MATT FRACTION. all this and a friend returns as a foe and ready for murder. Oh, things are getting ugly.

Uncanny X-Men, originally published as The X-Men, is an American comic book series published by Marvel Comics since 1963, and is the longest-running series in the X-Men comics franchise. It features a team of superheroes called the X-Men, a group of mutants with superhuman abilities led and taught by Professor X. The title was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, met with a lukewarm reception, and was eventually cancelled in 1970

Matt Fraction (Writer); Greg Land, Terry Dodson, Yanick Paquette (Artists). Brief Description: The X-Men get up to the delicate art of living as the Sisterhood plan their imminent demise.

Matt Fraction (Writer); Greg Land, Terry Dodson, Yanick Paquette (Artists). All this, and a friend returns as a foe and ready for murder! Oh, things are getting ugly

The X-Men get up to the delicate art of living as the Sisterhood plan their imminent demise. The Science Team gets to work, trying very hard not to kill one another first. Simon Trask gains traction in the California state legislature, muscling "Proposition X" to an emergency ballot vote. If it passes, mutants past and present, powered and otherwise, won't be allowed to breed. All this, and a friend returns as a foe and ready for murder! Oh, things are getting ugly... Collects Uncanny X-Men #508-512.
energy breath
I try to keep my stars to four except for exceptional books, I felt like this was better than four, even if not quite as good as the very best. I really liked the story, art was above average. The x-club story at the end was very good.
TheFresh
The return of psylocke
Najinn
It was a sad day when Psylocke died, but now the Sisterhood of Evil has returned - and brought Pyslocke with them! Madeline Pryor is back and has plans for the X-men and their tragic past. It's up to Cyclops and Wolverine to stop the Jean Grey knock-off before her evil plan is fully realized. This arc features awesome girl fights and razor sharp dialogue! You will not be disappointed.
anneli
Great art(for those who love Land's artwork), story and characters (mostly female). Must have for all Psylocke funs. This is maybe the best from X-men in last 12 months. Though it is very thin... I really dont know what is Marvel thinking with these short books (Siege, Ultimatum, this comicbook, X-men:Lovelorn, Worlds apart, Psylocke...) Four part story is not good enough for me (compared to 9 part DC's Blackest night).
Malhala
I may be biased as Psylocke is my favorite comic book character, but this story is actually pretty interesting besides that. This features another body switch dilemma along with her return to the X-Men series. It also brings in a nice list of villains to entertain readers including Jean Grey's lovely clone, which is actually the main focus of this novel. I particularly enjoyed its buildup and that it continues right into the Utopia story. Good artwork, and although the last comic included wasn't exceptionally action packed, its overall impact in the mutant world and the rest of the graphic novel make up for this.
Aria
Being a psylocke fan I really liked this TPB. This book concludes events from back during the Manifest Destiny book. I liked the internal battle Pyslocke had with the mind controlled Kwannon. I really liked the art of Dazzler blowing Betsy's face off. I also like the art style Greg Land does even though the majority of the woman in this book are Pam Anderson look a likes . I have been collecting Uncanny in TPB since "the new age 1-4" saga and I must say I enjoy this group of books ( Manifest Destiny , Lovelorn and Sisterhood ) more then the previous. So in conclusion if you like Psylocke buy this book .
Yla
I've loved the Uncanny X-men for a long time, through many of it's notable ups and downs. I've been following this particular book leading up to and following the Messiah Complex event. This book is.....alright. If you've been reading the stuff before it and you are planning on reading Utopia then this is good. Not great, but good. Worth reading if you're an X Men fan and you like Psylocke.
This story just kept getting better with each page. Psylocke finds her way back to the team after some really cool fight scenes between the X-Men and the Sisterhood. Really enjoyed the Sisterhood characters and banter. All very strong women who work well together but were eventually outmatched by the X-Men. The last chapter was my favorite, however.

*** SPOILERS!!! ***

Once all the dust settles, Beast and his X-Club set out to go back in time to the birth of the first modern mutant. San Francisco 1906. None other than Dr. Nemesis himself. The setting and clothing of that era was a nice change. The team ends up having to save Dr. Nemesis' parents from the Hellfire Club and what may be the first sentinel, and get samples of their blood to study. Overall, a great read with superb artwork by both artists.

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