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Essential X-Men - Volume 6
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Essential X-Men - Volume 6

by Chris Claremont (Text by), Louise Simonson (Text by), Walter Simonson (Text by), Barry Windsor-Smith (Illustrator), John Romita (Illustrator)
 
"Mutant" means change, and there was plenty of that when the Uncanny X-Men counted down to the Marvel Mutant Massacre, beginning with the trial of Magneto! Rachel Summers became Phoenix and the Brotherhood became Freedom Force! Lady Deathstrike became a cyborg, Moonstar a Valkyrie, Colossus a killer, and Psylocke an X-Man! And Sabretooth first set his clawed food into

Overview

"Mutant" means change, and there was plenty of that when the Uncanny X-Men counted down to the Marvel Mutant Massacre, beginning with the trial of Magneto! Rachel Summers became Phoenix and the Brotherhood became Freedom Force! Lady Deathstrike became a cyborg, Moonstar a Valkyrie, Colossus a killer, and Psylocke an X-Man! And Sabretooth first set his clawed food into the X-Universe alongside his fellow Marauders! Guest-starring the original X-Factor,Power Pack and Thor! Gods, Morlocks, talking frogs and more!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785117278
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
09/14/2005
Series:
Essential X-Men Series , #6
Pages:
656
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.90(h) x 1.60(d)
Age Range:
3 Months to 18 Years

Meet the Author

Chris Claremont is best known for his work on Marvel Comics' The Uncanny X-Men, during which time it was the bestselling comic in the Western Hemisphere; he has sold more than 100 million comic books to date. Recent projects include the dark fantasy novel Dragon Moon and Sovereign SevenTM, a comic book series published by DC Comics. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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