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X Isle, Volume 1

X Isle, Volume 1

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by Andrew Cosby, Michael Alan Nelson, Greg Scott
     
 

A team of researchers drift on the ocean, lost, in their quest for an enigmatic island that's never been explored. Washing on its shores, they find a dense, terrifying jungle populated with animal and plant life that has evolved along a completely different path. What secret does this isle hold? Why are the life forms there so dangerous - and so alien? In the

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A team of researchers drift on the ocean, lost, in their quest for an enigmatic island that's never been explored. Washing on its shores, they find a dense, terrifying jungle populated with animal and plant life that has evolved along a completely different path. What secret does this isle hold? Why are the life forms there so dangerous - and so alien? In the tradition of Alien and the recent horror-hit The Descent! Featuring art from Greg Scott (Gotham Central, Sword of Dracula).

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781934506097
Publisher:
BOOM! Studios
Publication date:
09/04/2007
Series:
X Isle Mini Series : Ser.
Edition description:
Original
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
9.00(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.40(d)

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X Isle, Volume 1 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BookSakeBlogspot More than 1 year ago
Don't you hate it when your ship goes off course straight into a storm thus sinking leaving you stranded on an uncharted island? No, what if the island is populated with man-eating fauna? Total bummer. X Isle was right in the middle for me. Everything seemed a little familiar. The best part of the book was the captain character, but even then I felt like I've met the guy before several times on many different movies. So it just left me a little indifferent about the book. The main aspect that kept me going was the 'what is going on' factor. I wanted to know what was up with the island. The resolution wasn't mind blowing but it was mildly interesting. It may have worked better as a longer novel or maybe a movie. Reviewed by Chris for Book Sake.