X-Men Phoenix: Endsong

X-Men Phoenix: Endsong

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by Greg Pak
     
 

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The mysterious and powerful Phoenix Force is life incarnate, and yet it consumes whole worlds in a moment. Its long history with the X-Men is fraught with tragedy... especially concerning one of the most beloved of their number, Jean Grey. What will happen when the Phoenix returns to Earth in search of the one mortal who could ever contain its power... only to find

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The mysterious and powerful Phoenix Force is life incarnate, and yet it consumes whole worlds in a moment. Its long history with the X-Men is fraught with tragedy... especially concerning one of the most beloved of their number, Jean Grey. What will happen when the Phoenix returns to Earth in search of the one mortal who could ever contain its power... only to find her dead? Collects X-Men: Phoenix Endsong (2005) #1-5.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785171478
Publisher:
Marvel Enterprises, Inc.
Publication date:
10/25/2011
Series:
X-Men Phoenix Series
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
531,088
File size:
58 MB
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X-Men Phoenix: Endsong 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
shakenangel More than 1 year ago
A really great story with my favorite X-Men, Jean Grey!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
It's really passe.
Guest More than 1 year ago
X-Men: Phoenix endsong is okay but not great. This X-men story ressurects Jean Grey/Phoenix again! the story has happend one too many times. I think this what happens when Marvel comics decides to cash in the Jean Grey/Phoenix storyline. Greg Pak and Greg land tells a story that is unlike the original X-Men: Dark Phoenix Saga storyline by Chris Claremont and John Byrne. Chris Claremont has a better understanding of what the Phoenix was about. Greg Pak tells another ressurection story that is lame. Greg Land's art is beautiful, Greg land's women are pretty. But his photo-realistic style becomes tiresome after you look at it more times, and becomes bland. I think the X-Men: Dark Phoenix Saga was a better story than this one. Buy that graphic novel instead of this one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Grant Morrison's run on the X-Men was fantastic and set the standard for how the X-Men will be written for years to come. Unfortunately, not everybody understood the New X-MEN story line. Luckily, Greg Pak did. And he shows this by continuing Morrison's brilliance by writing Phoenix - Endsong. In this story, Pak not only brings Jean Grey back from the dead - again - but also finally adds closure to what the Phoenix Force is, and why it is linked to Jean Grey. Furthermore, Pak makes new ground with Scott 'Cyclops' Summers and his growing relationship with Emma Frost. I'd love to say more, but I can't, because you really got to buy this trade paperback.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great follow up to original Pheonix Saga
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Slow boring ok art
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The only good thing about this is the artwork !!!! If you remember the X-men and Phoenix before 2000, DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY !!!! I don't know what Marvel had in mind with this crap
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Is this book apropriate for children?
Guest More than 1 year ago
Phoenix Endsong was great, but I thought there needed to be a little bit more... love stuff with her and Cyclops. But other than that... very good choice. I LOVE any books about the Phoenix, cause they always have interesting stuff in them. I don't enjoy the ones that have none of the main ones: Jean, Scott, Logan, and Rogue. I personally HATE ROGUE! SHE HAS NO POINT IN THIS X-MEN THING! Anyway, read the book!