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by Terry Kavanagh,Larry Hama,Mark Bagley,Mike Deodato,Mark Waid,Carlos Pacheco,Peter David

eBook X-Men: The Complete Onslaught Epic, Book 3 epub
  • ISBN: 0785128255
  • Author: Terry Kavanagh,Larry Hama,Mark Bagley,Mike Deodato,Mark Waid,Carlos Pacheco,Peter David
  • Genre: Comics
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Marvel (August 27, 2008)
  • Pages: 248 pages
  • ePUB size: 1214 kb
  • FB2 size 1430 kb
  • Formats mbr lrf lrf rtf


John Ostrander (Author), Larry Hama (Author), Mark Bagley (Illustrator), Mike Deodato (Illustrator), Mark Waid (Illustrator), Carlos Pacheco (Illustrator) & 5 more. Book 3 of 4 in the X-Men: The Complete Onslaught Epic Series

John Ostrander (Author), Larry Hama (Author), Mark Bagley (Illustrator), Mike Deodato (Illustrator), Mark Waid (Illustrator), Carlos Pacheco (Illustrator) & 5 more. Book 3 of 4 in the X-Men: The Complete Onslaught Epic Series.

Book 1 of 4 in the X-Men: The Complete Onslaught Epic Series. Fun epic reminds me of the good ol days

Book 1 of 4 in the X-Men: The Complete Onslaught Epic Series. Fun epic reminds me of the good ol days. Onslaught shook the marvel universe, I may be incorrect but I recall him killing 90% of the marvel universe! I always wanted to see how it all played out.

Destination, rates & speeds. 6. X-Men: The Complete Onslaught Epic, Book 3. David, Peter, Kavanagh, Terry, Ostrander

Peter David, Terry Kavanagh, John Ostrander, Larry Hama, Mark Bagley (Illustrator), Mike Deodato (Illustrator), Mark Waid (Illustrator), Carlos Pacheco (Illustrator). Published by Marvel (2008). ISBN 10: 0785128255 ISBN 13: 9780785128250. Destination, rates & speeds. David, Peter, Kavanagh, Terry, Ostrander.

Start by marking X-Men: The Complete Onslaught Epic - Book Three: 3 as Want to Read .

Start by marking X-Men: The Complete Onslaught Epic - Book Three: 3 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Onslaught leads to the end of the Fantastic Four, Avengers, Iron Man, Spider-Man etc, as the books in this part were at the time, to be the last to be printed! As for the stories nothing can really touch the wonderful Fantastic Four finale with great painted art by Carlos Pacheco.

Writer: Peter David, Terry Kavanagh, Scott Lobdell, Jeph Loeb, Mark Waid. The psionic force of nature known only as Onslaught sprang forth from the fractured psyche of mutant mentor Charles Xavier and the genetic terrorist called Magneto. Artist: Pasqual Ferry, Adam Kubert, Andy Kubert, Joe Madureira. Publication date: 2008. Powered by his progenitors' rage, Onslaught laid siege to humanity - touching off a cataclysmic conflict destined to deprive a world of its most revered icons! Issue(s).

Author Peter David, Terry Kavanagh, John Ostrander, Larry Hama. Unknown - Please report. Publisher. Illustrator Mark Bagley, Mike Deodato, Mark Waid, Carlos Pacheco.

Mark Bagley, Terry Kavanagh, Peter David. Spider-Man! Guest-starring the Hulk, the Pantheon, the Punisher, .

X-Men: Onslaught - The Complete Epic, Book 3. by Peter David · Mark Waid · Terry Kavanagh · Larry Hama · William Messner-Loebs · Mike Deodato · Ian Churchill · Joe Bennett · Anthony Castrillo · Joe Madureira · Andy Kubert · Ángel Medina · Val Semeiks · Steve Skroce. by Peter David · Mark Waid · Terry Kavanagh · Larry Hama · William Messner-Loebs · Mike Deodato · Ian Churchill · Joe Bennett · Anthony Castrillo · Joe Madureira · Andy Kubert · Ángel Medina · Val Semeiks · Steve Skroce · Scott Lobdell · Jeph Loeb. Professor X hasn't been himself lately - moody, inscrutable - but the psionic armor and army of Sentinels are the real tip-offs! It'll take every super hero New York has to face the onslaught. Collects X-Men (1991) Uncanny X-Men Cable (1993) #35.

by Jeph Loeb, Mark Waid, William Messner-Loebs, et al.

Part of the Avengers 1963 ( Series, X-Men: Onslaught - The Complete Epic ( Series, and Marvel Universe Events Series).

Mike Deodato Jr. Tom Lyle.

Mike Deodato Jr. Digital Release Date.

Professor X hasn't been himself lately - moody, inscrutable - but the psionic armor and army of Sentinels are the real tip-offs! It'll take every super hero New York has to face the onslaught.
Comments: (7)
Warianys
The book starts off with an awesome fight with all of the heroes. Then the EMP from Vol 2 is set off. Looks like the books in this collection are ever so slightly out of order. This happens a few times in this volume. You find books rewinding time a few minutes and then dealing with stuff up to the present. It's hard to realize (as I read in one of the late comics in this volume) that only a day or two have passed since this started. Imagine back when Onslaught was going on month-by-month.

X-Men 336 starts off awesome and finishes strong. Cable 35 is an awesome issue. Cable, Invisible Woman, and Apocalypse have to call a truce to try and attack Onslaught. It is full of raw emotion, drawn well, and just works. X-Force issue is one of the weakest (but not the weakest) issues. Going forward it's cool because all the team members have bonded. They get to see each others' fantasy worlds (not sexual) and so grow as a team. I loved Caliban's fantasy where he's essentially Superman. I'd like to think the guys at DC appreciated the nod. X-Man 19 is and interesting back and forth between Sinister and Nate. Lots of people end up holding the idiot ball. Also, did Threnody's captors leave her on her own to go have sex because it was the end of the world? That seems to be what was implied.

Hulk 445 was good and continues to show how Onslaught can mess with everyone's head. Iron Man #332 is overall pretty good. It continues the storyline of the Professor X armor. Has a good ending. Avengers #402 shows them helping out NYers. I think it's kinda ridiculous for Captain America, a WWII soldier, to say "So much chaos and destruction. I've ... I've never seen anything like it."

Thor #502 was interesting, but pointless. It could have been removed and nothing would have been affected. IT is the most pointless book in Vol 3. Wolverine #105 is mostly pointless when it comes to resolving the Onslaught story. But it helps Wolverine reset after Onslaught to be more man-like.

Finally, why is Storm on the cover? I don't think she's even in this book. (She might be in the beginning and I may have forgotten) It should have been the Avengers - they are the main characters
Akelevar
Finally back on track book two has nothing to do with Onslaught except for one story in the whole thing well maybe a story and a half. Book 3 continues where book 1 left off it's very well written the art work is just as good as the first book. Was glad this book didn't waste my money or my time like book 2 did.
Marelyne
The fight is on against the sentinels!! All the heroes gather together to fight onslaught ave protect the city of New York. Also more heroes make appearances in this epic.
Zut
This part of the story presents all the useless efforts of the Avengers and the X-men to stop Onslaught, even the Apocalypse fights this monster. The art is good, but you get lost many times becuase thre are too many characters, and thats why this tipe of crossover are too difficult to make, but I think it is a good book and now I'm waiting to the final chapter.
Ximinon
So hard to find a reasonably priced collection of these stories. I remember the originals from when I was a kid and am excited to experience them again.
ME
Product was in excellent shape and I will purchase from Amazon again. I am excited reading this novel because I am a big fan of the X-Men.
Rocksmith
This book started off slow and seemed to drag on few for a few issues but it picks up steam near the end. It sets up well for volume 4.
Since "Age of Apocalypse" no Marvel story had a comparable impact not only the X-verse, but the complete canon. Book 3 collects stories from "Thor", "Cable", "Wolverine", "X-Man", "Hulk", "The Avengers" and "X-Men", all leading to one cataclysmic climax, after which nothing would be the same.
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