Uncanny X-Men: Breaking Point

Overview

Magneto is an X-Man. This may not be news to you, but only a handful in the Marvel Universe know that the poster boy for Fearing Mutants is now living just off the coast of one of the United State's largest cities. How on Earth are the X-Men going to explain the presence of one of the world's most infamous super villains? Next, when the X-Men left the militaristic alien Breakworld, its political structure was reduced to ashes. It didn't stay that way forever. Now a warship is crossing the gulf of space, with a ...
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Overview

Magneto is an X-Man. This may not be news to you, but only a handful in the Marvel Universe know that the poster boy for Fearing Mutants is now living just off the coast of one of the United State's largest cities. How on Earth are the X-Men going to explain the presence of one of the world's most infamous super villains? Next, when the X-Men left the militaristic alien Breakworld, its political structure was reduced to ashes. It didn't stay that way forever. Now a warship is crossing the gulf of space, with a mission that will strike the lives of star-crossed lovers Colossus and Kitty Pryde with all the force of a meteor. Join them as they discover what the vessel them means for them, mutantkind and the rest of the Earth.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780785152262
  • Publisher: Marvel
  • Publication date: 9/28/2011
  • Pages: 120
  • Sales rank: 615,842
  • Age range: 13 - 18 Years
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Kieron Gillen is a British computer games and music journalist, as well as a comic book author. He is perhaps best known for his creator-owned comic Phonogram, created with artist Jamie McKelvie, published by Image Comics. Gillen recently has written numerous projects for Marvel Comics, uncluding a run on Thor.

Oregon-based Terry Dodson has been a comic-book professional since 1993. Terry has worked on most of the major titles and characters in comics - Spider-man, Star Wars, Wonder Woman, Hulk, Superman, Harley Quinn, and Wolverine. He has done toy and statue design, character design for animation, illustrations for video games and movies and has had two gallery shows featuring his painting. Currently, Terry is working on Uncanny X-Men with writer Matt Fraction for Marvel Comics and his first graphic novel series, "Songes", for European publisher Les Humano√Źdes Associ√©s, doing full color art. Dodson remains in demand in the industry.

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