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X-Men: No More Humans
     

X-Men: No More Humans

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by Mike Carey (Text by), Salvador Larroca (Illustrator)
 

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The X-Men awaken to find the all the world's humans gone. From normal everyday folks to the Avengers and Fantastic Four, all homo sapiens have disappeared. It's up to the disparate sides of the X-Men to come together, get to the bottom of this mystery and find a way to get the humans back. But do all of the mutants want their human brethren to return? From

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The X-Men awaken to find the all the world's humans gone. From normal everyday folks to the Avengers and Fantastic Four, all homo sapiens have disappeared. It's up to the disparate sides of the X-Men to come together, get to the bottom of this mystery and find a way to get the humans back. But do all of the mutants want their human brethren to return? From best-selling author and classic X-MEN scribe MIKE CAREY and superstar artist SA LVADOR LARROCA comes the first X-MEN OGN since the classic X-MEN: GOD LOVES, MAN KILLS.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785154020
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
05/06/2014
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
418,445
Product dimensions:
11.00(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
13 - 18 Years

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X-Men: No More Humans 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
This original graphic novel by Mike Carey and Salvador Larroca is a little strange as it takes place in the current continuity and could have just been a storyline in one of the main books. The story, involving alternate versions of mutants, was mishandled because although they were a big point in the book, there was actually no involvement with them. They were a sad afterthought. The science involved in the "No More Humans" aspect was non-existent and barely even mentioned. The villain, Raze is terrible. Pretty generic and no backstory to go along with his master plan. Then, the ending was without a thought and has been done many times before. Larroca's art was a saving grace for the book. Without that, this would have been scored even lower. Overall, the book was unnecessary and will be undecipherable inn years to come.