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X-Men/Steve Rogers: Escape from the Negative Zone
     

X-Men/Steve Rogers: Escape from the Negative Zone

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by James Asmus (Text by), Nick Bradshaw (Illustrator), Ibraim Roberson (Illustrator)
 

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Sucked into the Negative Zone, the X-Men are taken captive by Blastaar - and with the Fantastic Four still reeling from a death in the family, it falls to Steve Rogers to step in and mount an interdimensional rescue mission to save the mutants. But the Negative Zone alien isn't the biggest problem the X-Men and fighting Avenger will face. The lack of water and

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Sucked into the Negative Zone, the X-Men are taken captive by Blastaar - and with the Fantastic Four still reeling from a death in the family, it falls to Steve Rogers to step in and mount an interdimensional rescue mission to save the mutants. But the Negative Zone alien isn't the biggest problem the X-Men and fighting Avenger will face. The lack of water and bizarre physics of the Negative Zone have driven Namor crazy - so crazy he's destroying everything in his path, even his friends! Collecting UNCANNY X-MEN ANNUAL (2006) #3, STEVE ROGERS: SUPER-SOLDIER ANNUAL #1 and NAMOR: THE FIRST MUTANT ANNUAL #1.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785155607
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
08/03/2011
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
7.60(w) x 11.10(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
9 - 18 Years

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X-Men/Steve Rogers 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
The problem with a collection like this is that with different artists you can get such a variety of styles but they don't mesh in telling one story. The art was so different is was too much to enjoy. Sadly, the writing was a ton better. The overall plot was decent, especially for a tale being told in annuals. The bigger issue was the dialogue. The bickering between Hope and Cyclops was bizarre. Scott was oddly jovial at times. Steve Rogers acted too stereotypical. In all, this was a story that just filled some space and not well.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago