X-Men: Age of Apocalypse – The Complete Epic, Book 3

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  • Title: X-Men: Age of Apocalypse – The Complete Epic, Book 3
  • Author: Scott Lobdell Warren Ellis Jeph Loeb John Francis Moore Adam Kubert Carlos Pacheco Andy Kubert
  • ISBN: 9780785120513
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Paperback
X-Men: Age of Apocalypse – The Complete Epic, Book 3

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X-Men: Age of Apocalypse – The Complete Epic, Book 3

About “Scott Lobdell Warren Ellis Jeph Loeb John Francis Moore Adam Kubert Carlos Pacheco Andy Kubert

  • Scott Lobdell Warren Ellis Jeph Loeb John Francis Moore Adam Kubert Carlos Pacheco Andy Kubert

    Scott Lobdell born 1963 is an American comic book writer.He is mostly known for his work throughout the 1990s on Marvel Comics X Men related titles specifically Uncanny X Men, the main title itself, and the spin off series that he conceived with artist Chris Bachalo, Generation X Generation X focused on a number of young mutant students who attempted to become superheroes in their own right at a separate school with the guidance of veteran X related characters Banshee and Emma Frost He also had writing stints on Marvel s Fantastic Four, Alpha Flight, and The Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix mini series with artist Gene Ha He wrote the script to Stan Lee s Mosaic and an upcoming film from POW Entertainment featuring Ringo Starr He also participated in the Marvel Comics and Image Comics from Jim Lee s WildStorm crossover mini series WildC.A.T.s X Men.



671 thoughts on “X-Men: Age of Apocalypse – The Complete Epic, Book 3

  • BETTER THAN THE PREVIOUS COLLECTION, but that s not really saying much, honestly I think I ve reached a point where reading this nineties landmark story has become very obligatory in scope which may have diluted whatever merit and enjoyment I may find as I peruse through its bulky content But by this third volume, the issues compiled actually make sense together than that of the previous two had on their belts Lucky coincidence Most probably It s not as if Age of Apocalypse is the most finesse [...]


  • This was perhaps one of my favorite crossover events The X Men are completely reimagined in a dystopian world ruled by mutants Professor X is killed in the past by his son allowing Apocalypse to conquer North America and start a global genetic war Magento eventually forms the X Men to protect humans and bring an end to the reign of terror Every X Men series was stopped in 1995 for four months and replaced with an Age of Apocalypse title Yes, it was incredibly gimmicky, but it was also completely [...]



  • Awesome Every bit as good as I d hoped, everything is coming together now Definitely recommend to anyone who loves comics.


  • This is still about the Age of Apocalypse, and it s still a stellar thrill ride as the third of four installments in this alternate universe s history hits all cylinders in bringing us action packed plots and even unique incarnations of classic X Men characters and some new ones, too As before, this is a story about what happens when Charles Xavier gets killed twenty years in the past, and the X Men were formed by Magneto instead in his absence, while Apocalypse takes over half the planet This [...]


  • An astonishing accomplishment Now I can understand why X Men Age of Apocalypse is so wonderful It took a bit of work on my part as a reader Since this past summer I ve been working my way through Uncanny X men and related titles to fill in my Gap Years, those I d never read after dropping comics as an older teen ager college student Roughly spanning 1981 where we are now in 1995 with this volume Let me first admit, I attempted reading A of A a couple of years ago and couldn t get past dated ness [...]


  • Near the end of this third installment of the collected Age of Apocalypse comic books, things started to move quickly and coherently The problem with this whole storyline is a problem that often plagues Marvel and DC s multi title storylines Namely they stretch the story across several different comic book titles and thus have a wide variety of writers and artists working on the project Inevitably there are hundreds of loose threads that get picked up here and there Thus for a single driving st [...]


  • Part 3 of the Complete Age of Apocalypse saga, providing even twists to the story, and annoyances from the ever irritating Morph diluting whatever story is there Although still a good read with beautiful artwork this volume has been the weakest for me in its storyline and lost much of my attention quite early on.In this edition you discover the importance of the M Kraan crystal, which is probably my favourite part in this compilation It would seem that the M Kraan escapade is not as futile as [...]


  • This was my least favorite in the series, with one volume to read The character development in this series is simply incredible and has made each volume worth reading I feel like the conventional X Men characters such as Rogue, Magneto, Gambit, Morph, etc actually become deeper characters then they are in their traditional universe One of the characters that I still believe steals the show in many ways in this series thus far is Blink I had not heard of Blink prior to reading this story line bu [...]


  • This one certainly takes of the good from the last volume than it does of the bad The writing and characters and plot are still delightfully awfully 90s, but at least the story is finally moving at a decent clip This volume doesn t have the job of setting up the premise Nor is it bogged down by some unrelated miniseries I m looking at you, Blink The vast majority of the book is from the main series Gen Next, Astonishing Amazing X Men, Factor X, and X Calibre The only real outlier is from X Men [...]


  • Oh my god, you guys, this comic is hilariously dated.It is GUN and it is GRIMACE, it is POUCHES and PUNCHES and OVER EXAGGERATED MUSCULATURE, X TREME spelling and grammar and conversations between characters who refuse to face one another, choosing instead to face front like the cast of a bad high school play In 1995 I was all up for this, but with the benefit of hindsight, I blush at some of the over the top elements presented here.That said, Age of Apocalypse is the 90s X Family crossover tha [...]


  • Book three is the rising of the climax And thus far in the series, it s the been the most interesting, page turning, on the seat s edge collection Housing X Calibre 2 3, Astonishing X Men 2 4, Generation Next 2 3, X Man 2 3, Factor X 3, Amazing X Men 3, Weapon X 3, Gambit The X Ternals 3 and X Universe 1, it brings to light the battle that s looming upon Apocalypse s doorstep not to mention the one he dropped on the High Human Council and the X Men The theme is choice, of course Isn t that the m [...]


  • Another great chapter in the Age of Apocalypse, I definitely appreciated that the issues are printed given to the reader in their chronological reading order rather than simply 1 4, 1 4, etc Made me remember why I found this series event A bit baffling when I was younger never would have been able to get all the issues sans Google Fantastic read, I definitely have fav writers and artists but really enjoyed discovering some major names who were just starting out then Going to miss the world and i [...]


  • I continue to be impressed Individual characters are fully realized in this alternate universe than I ve ever seen them before This issue does get a little confusing with so many arcs running it also introduces some non mutant characters and what they re up to, plus all the other ongoing storylines, but that complexity also does make it feel realistic My other small complaint is that the art is often difficult to understand, which I believe I ve mentioned before, but on the whole this is still [...]


  • Our hereos are trying to fight their way to victory Scott Summers is finding less and less in common with his masters Several other Marvel heroes feature and many of the characters are trying to work with what they have to create a better world, but without Professor Xavier things aren t as easy as it might seem.It s an interesting series You would need a fairly decent knowledge of the Marvel universe to understand some of the character motivations and changes.


  • The Age of Apocalypse continues to plague the X Men Beset and beseiged by all sides, Magneto puts all of his contingencies into action The search for the M Kraan crystal, the end to the human cullings, a search for Destiny, and the addition of a new mutant are all coming to a head Yet when push comes to shove, it appears that Apocalypse will take home the endgame sealing off Bishop s hopes of ever returning reality to normal.


  • The main arc grows better and better while the side issues are a mixed bag Gambit get the worst of the lot, sent to the edge of the universe a terrible story arc I also hope that there is x universe 2 because it was a bit weird to introduce A of A versions of all these characters and then leave them so abruptly.Overall it s a good ride I can see why people love this series, but I think it s based on the main book rather than the complete epic.


  • This one was ok At least better than the first two volumes The stories get much darker, which is a plus, but I still don t find myself caring about what happens I think one of the biggest problems with all of these AoA volumes is that whoever chose the specific issues to include didn t choose as wisely as he should have.


  • This volume s pacing picked up considerably over the last volume Although there was a lot of Madureira and Bachalo art spread over this volume, so that might have picked things up a little for me as well Still a fun premise and they re doing a decent job of not contradicting themselves from plot point to plot point most of the time.


  • The comics style is kind of old school I like that It s different than what I ve been reading recently It s fun too b c there were Generation X comics in this collection and I have all the Generation X comics It s nice to put those issues in context.


  • The resistance start to fight back against Apocalypse Some are successful than others, and plans to change the world are put in place This is a cohesive book than the first two, all the groundwork helps to tell the main story A good read.


  • A fan favorite of the 90s that doesn t hold up as well as one would hope Although part of my problem is that the some but not all of the art hasn t aged well Following the storyline is a bit problematic as well, which shouldn t surprise in these multi author crossover events.


  • It s at least interesting to see artwork by artists form 20 years ago and see how many of them have improved The cover to this volume is a good example, John Romita Jr shouldn t have been allowed to turn in such sloppy work, but he got away with it in the mid 90 s HIs work now is amazing.


  • Profesor X mati tanpa pernah sempat membentuk X Men Dan sejarah X Men pun tak pernah menjadi seperti sekarang



  • With so many different writers, it s amazing this flows together as well as it does This volume continues the goodness from the last.


  • getting better as the volumes continued A lot is at stake at this moment in all of the mini series they ve established.



  • So, so much better than the first two books, with some iconic artwork inside And much better story and writing And it s worth a bomb And very rare And I have it.


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