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  • ISBN 034550514X
  • ISBN13 978-0345505149
  • Language English
  • Author Anzu,Raina Telgemeier
  • Publisher Del Rey; 1St Edition edition (August 11, 2009)
  • Pages 192
  • Formats mobi lit lrf docx
  • Category Teenagers
  • Subcategory Literature and Fiction
  • Size ePub 1930 kb
  • Size Fb2 1614 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 516

THE X-MEN GET A RADICAL NEW REMIX IN A STORY ABOUT TEEN ANGST, FIRST LOVE, AND WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING INHigh school student Kitty Pryde has always been the odd girl out. A mutant, she was born with strange superpowers, magical talents that make her the class freak. But Kitty’s world is changed when she’s invited to study at Professor Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters, a special home for mutant teens. There’s just one catch: Kitty’s the only girl at the all-boy school, and she ends up just feeling like a freak all over again.Then Kitty meets Pyro and the ultra-hot bad boys of the Hellfire Club. They’re the school’s elite–handsome, rich, and totally above the rules. Now Kitty seems to have it all: a dreamy boyfriend, super-cool friends, and the chance to develop her extraordinary talents. But why is her heart telling her that something is wrong? Will Kitty ever find the place where she belongs, or is she doomed to be a misfit forever?

X-Men is renowned for being one of the most girl-friendly super hero comics franchises, so a shojo (girl's) manga re-boot . Telgemeier and Roman deliver a delightful script that will appeal to old fans while being friendly toward new readers or fans of the X-Men films.

X-Men is renowned for being one of the most girl-friendly super hero comics franchises, so a shojo (girl's) manga re-boot of the series is not that far-fetched. The art by Anzu (TheReformed) is over-the-top shojo parody, with lots of screentone and flowers.

Veteran comic book authors Raina Telgemeier (Smile, Sisters, Baby Sitter’s Club) and Dave Roman (Avatar the Last Airbender) pen this retelling of the X-Men story, rendered in a shoujo manga style by Indonesian manga artist, Anzu.

Published in 2009, it is owned by both Del Rey Manga and Marvel. The book is the story of Kitty Pryde and her time at Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters. The book appeared on The New York Times Best Seller list for paperback graphic novels for at least five weeks.

The x-men get a radical new remix in a story about teen angst, first love, and what IT’s like to be on the outside looking in.

X-Men Misfits, Vol. 1. by Anzu, Raina Telgemeier, and Dave Roman. The x-men get a radical new remix in a story about teen angst, first love, and what IT’s like to be on the outside looking in. High school student Kitty Pryde has always been the odd girl out. A mutant, she was born with strange superpowers, magical talents that make her the class freak. But Kitty’s world is changed when she’s invited to study at Professor Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters, a special home for mutant teens

X-Men Misfits book 1. Written by : Raina Telgemeier and Dave Roman. Illustrated by : Anzu Publisher : Del Rey. X-Men title and characters (c) MARVEL. since I'm still working on it, I won't be active on DA for a long, loong time.

X-Men Misfits book 1. I'm sincerely apologize.

by Raina Telgemeier · Dave Roman · Anzu.

You can never cross the ocean unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore. by Raina Telgemeier · Dave Roman · Anzu. THE X-MEN GET A RADICAL NEW REMIX IN A STORY ABOUT TEEN ANGST, FIRST LOVE, AND WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING INHigh school student Kitty Pryde has always been the odd girl out. A mutant, she was born with strange superpowers, magical talen.

By (author) ILT Anzu Dave Roman Raina Telgemeier. Refreshes the X-Men story as a magical comedy for teen girls, in the style of the manga megahit Fruits Basket. Format Book 208 pages. Publication date 09 Apr 2009. Publisher Paw Prints.

Raina Telgemeier, who spoke with CBR earlier this year about her . Everything about "X-Men: Misfits" became a true collaboration between the three of us.

Raina Telgemeier, who spoke with CBR earlier this year about her adaptations of The Baby-Sitter's Club novels by Ann M. Martin for Scholastic. Roman: Anzu was on board before we were! Having never worked with her before, Raina and I weren't sure, at first, how to approach the scripting. We had no idea how to describe someone turning into a chibi, or what kind of flower patterns should appear to convey abstract moods.

Talk about X-men: Misfits 1


Terr
I actually read it in Barnes & Nobels one time and regretted not buying it for the longest time. The story is something that draws you in and seems pretty relate-able. Being honest reading this the second time through I compared a group of characters to 'bad boy' versions of Ouran High School Host Club, but in all honestly I don't believe that these characters are able to match in-personality [if you've read the previously mentioned story this story only contains similar qualities].

Plus about it- I really liked the story

Negative about it- The ending was kind of confusing and had to be reread a couple of times to understand what was going on because it was hard to look at. And its hard to find where the so-called second volume lays in wait.

All in all I would say its a good book.

Quality of the book- I ordered a book that was in 'okay/used' condition and the book is completely decent, it looks as if it has been on a shelf with another book that slightly pressed into the cover, all of the images are still beautiful with the exception of one tiny yellow spot in the middle of the book. I would say overall the purchase of the book was worth it.
Daigrel
I'm a huge long-time fan of both X-Men and shojo manga, so I was extremely excited when I heard this book was coming out!

I knew from the recent Wolverine manga that it would be a reimagining, so I wanted to go into it and not dwell too much on thoughts like, "He wouldn't act like this!" or "This is so wrong!" But I didn't even have those thoughts when I read this one! It was remarkable how most of the characters seemed true to their mainstream selves to a point; the changes that were evident were still really interesting and not too out of left field. (I'm a bit worried that one classic couple won't end up together due to an age difference [?], but they're not together in the comics anymore, either. And then there's Kitty and her classic comic love... Not happening here! My jaw kind of dropped when I saw him in his new form...)

The art was beautiful, unlike a lot of OEL manga I've read. (Which usually have great stories but the manga art seems a little "off.") And the art inside matched the gorgeous cover!

Shojo fans who don't even know about the X-Men will like this and I think X-Men fans who are willing to read it with an open mind may like it, too. Like one of the authors said his sister kind of said, X-Men has always been full of "bishounen" to me--'bout time someone treated the story that way!

I can't wait for the next volume! I want to see what other X-Men are joining the school.
Kirimath
Though the book had some minor shelf ware, it was still a lot better that I finally got my hands on a copy of this book. Not to mention the price made more than well worth my time. I recommend anyone looking for hard to find items in one's local area like this book, to take a look through Amazon.
Coron
My daughter loves this book! Unfortunately, I can't find any more (no part 2).

It does contain some "mature" (read: teenage) scenes, but it's a good read.
Lli
Their is slit damage, to the cover and some water damage.
Clonanau
I love this book because, as an X-Men fan, I find it absolutely hilarious. It's not a good story, especially for people who enjoy X-Men comics. But it was really amusing.
Sironynyr
I bought this book as a novelty, assuming a mixture of X-Men and manga would be something fun and amusing, but I was wrong. With its mediocre art and trivial storyline, X-Men: Misfits tells the tale of Kitty Pryde's enrollment and consequent misadventures at Xavier's Academy. She encounters several characters with the names of classic X-Men, though the names and super-powers of said heroes are all that bear any resemblance to the X-Men they intend to portray. While I am well aware that the X-Men mythology has undergone its fair share of re-imagination throughout the years, in the cartoon X-Men Evolution, for example, or the Ultimate Universe of the comic books, or even the ongoing cinematic storyline, this version is really just a cliche manga plot seen thousands of times hiding behind the X-Men brand.
This is a terrific YA Manga for ages 9-17 with a lot of humor and wonderful art. Dave and Raina really understand and can relate to being a kid/teenager very well.