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  • ISBN 0785146695
  • ISBN13 978-0785146698
  • Language English
  • Author Clay Mann,Mike Carey
  • Publisher Marvel; First Edition edition (September 7, 2011)
  • Pages 112
  • Formats doc mbr azw lit
  • Category Teenagers
  • Subcategory Literature and Fiction
  • Size ePub 1883 kb
  • Size Fb2 1424 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 417

Called back to India at the request of his family, Young X-Man Indra is accompanied by friends Anole and Loa, and chaperones Rogue and Magneto. But the X-Men discover all is not well in Mumbai, and not just due to tensions with Indra's parents. Their exotic furlough turns dangerous when the city is overwhelmed by strange electromagnetic disturbances. In the wake of a particularly violent magnetic storm, the team encounters a super-powered girl with a squad of mutant-hunting Sentinels hot on her tail. Is the mysterious runaway a new mutant, or something else entirely? And what will the X-Men do when the girl's family arrives, ready to return her home by any means necessary? Collecting X-MEN LEGACY #238-241- plus OHOTMU-style profiles for Anole, Indra, Loa, Magneto, Rogue and the Children of the Vault!

Clay Mann will be the next Oliver Coipel, in my opinion. And the Yu covers are pretty sweet too.

Clay Mann will be the next Oliver Coipel, in my opinion.

This book collects X-Men Legacy and New Mutants as the main story, along with the . First of all, Clay and Mann’s artwork is AMAZING. I don’t know who did what. But there are pages that look like they were drawn with a pencil that blew me away.

This book collects X-Men Legacy and New Mutants as the main story, along with the Age of X Alpha issue and the Age of X Universe issues and the Age of X Story logs. One thing I don't really like about comics is that characters are often static. They can change; however, sometimes writers will revert them back or just simply ignore how they've changed prior being placed in charge of their destiny.

Clay Mann is an American comic book artist who has worked for Valiant, Marvel, and DC Comics. He has a twin brother named Seth Mann who works primarily as his inker. Interior comic work includes: X-Men Unlimited vol. 2 "A Wonderful Life" (with Damon Hurd, anthology, Marvel, 2006). Four (with Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Marvel, 2006). Marvel Adventures: Fantastic Four (with Fred Van Lente, Marvel, 2007). Heroes for Hire vol. 2 (with Zeb Wells and Alvin Lee ( Marvel, 2007).

X-Men Legacy: Collision is from one of the gazillion different X-Men spin-off series that took over comic book shelves . Or maybe the problem is the art by Clay Mann. It would be good if these were all new characters, but they aren't

X-Men Legacy: Collision is from one of the gazillion different X-Men spin-off series that took over comic book shelves starting in the 90s, like the zillion different varieties of Coke and Pepsi on grocery store shelves. At least I recognized most of the characters this time. On the plus side, this volume features Rogue prominently. It would be good if these were all new characters, but they aren't. Mann makes them all look about 10 years older, with the exception of Magneto, who is now somehow 25 years younger. And does it bother anyone Another mediocre volume of X-Men.

X-Men Legacy (2012 - 2014). NOW! in the aftermath of Avengers vs. X-Men. Legion, the most powerful and unstable mutant in the world and son to Professor Charles Xavier, has killed gods and reshaped the face of the universe. X-Men, Legion will finally attempt to conquer his demons and embrace his father's legacy! more.

LTTP: Mike Carey's X-Men Legacy When was the last time we have actually enjoyed a tie-in? My very favourite arc was Collision: Beautiful art by Clay Mann, Children of the Vault, a welcome respite after the Second Coming.

LTTP: Mike Carey's X-Men Legacy. All users, both new and returning, are expected to follow THE CBR COMMUNITY STANDARDS & RULES. When was the last time we have actually enjoyed a tie-in? My very favourite arc was Collision: Beautiful art by Clay Mann, Children of the Vault, a welcome respite after the Second Coming and all the Fractioning. It really did feel like some teachers and student going off on a school trip/holiday. I felt like I was in India with them.

Mike Carey (born 1959), also known by his pen name M. R. Carey, is a British writer of comic books, novels, and films, known for the novel The Girl with All the Gifts, as well as its 2016 film adaptation. lived so much inside my own head I only had vestigial limbs".

Carey, Mike X-Men Legacy: Collision. 1. X-Men Legacy: Collision. Mike Carey, Clay Mann (Illustrator). Published by Marvel (2011)

Carey, Mike X-Men Legacy: Collision. ISBN 13: 9780785146681. He is also the author of the Felix Castor novels, and of the X-Men Destiny console game for Activision. He is currently writing a movie screenplay, Silent War, for Slingshot Studios and Intrepid Pictures. Published by Marvel (2011). ISBN 10: 0785146687 ISBN 13: 9780785146681.

X-Men: Legacy is a comic book series published by Marvel Comics featuring the mutant superhero team, the X-Men

X-Men: Legacy is a comic book series published by Marvel Comics featuring the mutant superhero team, the X-Men. The title began its publication in October 1991 as X-Men (vol. 2). From 2001 until 2004 it was published as New X-Men. It had reverted from issue to its original title X-Men, but changed again from issue to X-Men: Legacy. Prior to the name change, the series is usually referred to as X-Men, vol. 2 because the first series, Uncanny X-Men, was titled The X-Men prior to 1981

Mike Carey, Clay Mann, and Tom Raney conclude X-Men Legacy's Collison arc here. On That note also with Uncanny this week this book was done by two artists.

Mike Carey, Clay Mann, and Tom Raney conclude X-Men Legacy's Collison arc here. com/watch?v 1rrDHoa1o7k ). Back to this issue though.

Talk about X-Men Legacy: Collision


Akisame
X-Men has had some lean years but the Messiah War/New Hope etc and this has got it back on track....Love it.
Fhois
Mike Carey has had a pretty solid run for a while now, and to some it's the X-title they look forward to the most, but I think for others, it flies a little under the radar. He doesn't get the hype and attention of other writers like Morrison, Whedon, or even Fraction. But he doesn't get any complaints either.

This story is a nice follow up to his first arc, finally featuring a return his Children of the Vault. They are like a Spanish version of the X-men. Except this story is in India. Whatever, it's an excuse to get some character time
for Indra who was a great character idea never really utilized. Anole and Loa are along for the ride but don't get as much attention. Rogue and Magneto are strong lead characters and their dynamic is amazing. Carey is really justifying why it's such a cool idea to have him as an X-man.

The Children of the Vault aspect is a little unrelated to their previous appearances. It's a progression for them, though, and not a terrible plot. I wouldn't have minded a few more issues, but it's a concise story that doesn't waste any page space. Clay Mann will be the next Oliver Coipel, in my opinion. He is great. And the Yu covers are pretty sweet too.

It's stories like this forming the backbone of the X-franchise. It may not be epic, but it won't disappoint. You're missing out if you miss it.
Jonariara
What makes this collection so effective, even for a non-x reader? The storyline is personal, relatively sensible as far as comics go these days, and it takes its time to reflect on the collision of culture and tradition (in this case a patriarchal Indian cultural backdrop versus a humanist sensualist framework). This rather quiet comic that doesn't boast huge action sequences or villains who overly chew the scenery before they get down to business also manages to play out personality types and tensions (especially Rogue and Magneto giving a taste of the aftermath of their storied history without reviewing it) that the reader will feel.

I picked this up out of curiosity and wanting to read a variety and having not been in X-books in quite some time. And I quite enjoyed it.
Valawye
Children of the Vault and the focus on Indras are arguably the fresher focuses compared to the usual X-Men tales. Rogue gets some actual spotlight but this is more of the Indras' story.