All-New X-Men, Volume 2: Here to Stay

All New X Men Volume Here to Stay Yesterday s X Men continue to adjust to a present day that s simultaneously awe inspiring and disturbing than any future the young heroes had ever imagined for themselves And things get even dangerous

  • Title: All-New X-Men, Volume 2: Here to Stay
  • Author: Brian Michael Bendis David Marquez Stuart Immonen Wade Von Grawbadger Marte Gracia
  • ISBN: 9780785168218
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Yesterday s X Men continue to adjust to a present day that s simultaneously awe inspiring and disturbing than any future the young heroes had ever imagined for themselves And things get even dangerous when the shape changing terrorist Mystique targets our young time travelersarting with Cyclops David Marquez Ultimate Comics Spider Man joins the artYesterday s X Men continue to adjust to a present day that s simultaneously awe inspiring and disturbing than any future the young heroes had ever imagined for themselves And things get even dangerous when the shape changing terrorist Mystique targets our young time travelersarting with Cyclops David Marquez Ultimate Comics Spider Man joins the artistic family as acclaimed writer Brian Michael Bendis further defines the future of the X Men Collecting All New X Men 6 10

    • All-New X-Men, Volume 2: Here to Stay : Brian Michael Bendis David Marquez Stuart Immonen Wade Von Grawbadger Marte Gracia
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      Published :2019-06-20T11:46:59+00:00

    About "Brian Michael Bendis David Marquez Stuart Immonen Wade Von Grawbadger Marte Gracia"

    1. Brian Michael Bendis David Marquez Stuart Immonen Wade Von Grawbadger Marte Gracia

      A comic book writer and erstwhile artist He has won critical acclaim including five Eisner Awards and is one of the most successful writers working in mainstream comics For over eight years Bendis s books have consistently sat in the top five best sellers on the nationwide comic and graphic novel sales charts.Though he started as a writer and artist of independent noir fiction series, he shot to stardom as a writer of Marvel Comics superhero books, particularly Ultimate Spider Man.Bendis first entered the comic world with the Jinx line of crime comics in 1995 This line has spawned the graphic novels Goldfish, Fire, Jinx, Torso with Marc Andreyko , and Total Sell Out Bendis is writing the film version of Jinx for Universal Pictures with Oscar winner Charlize Theron attached to star and produce.Bendis s other projects include the Harvey, Eisner, and Eagle Award nominated Powers with Michael Avon Oeming originally from Image Comics, now published by Marvel s new creator owned imprint Icon Comics, and the Hollywood tell all Fortune and Glory from Oni Press, both of which received an A from Entertainment Weekly.Bendis is one of the premiere architects of Marvel s Ultimate line comics specifically created for the new generation of comic readers He has written every issue of Ultimate Spider Man since its best selling launch, and has also written for Ultimate Fantastic Four and Ultimate X Men, as well as every issue of Ultimate Marvel Team Up, Ultimate Origin and Ultimate Six.Brian is currently helming a renaissance for Marvel s AVENGERS franchise by writing both New Avengers and Mighty Avengers along with the successful event projects House Of M, Secret War, and this summer s Secret Invasion.He has also previously done work on Daredevil, Alias, and The Pulse.

    610 thoughts on “All-New X-Men, Volume 2: Here to Stay”

    1. Fun stuff!Sweet Baby Cyclops is trying to figure out how he eventually becomes Old Cranky Cyclops. And if maybe Cranky Cyclops is right?Jean is trying to figure out how to control her new found telepathy, with the help of Kitty. It's going as well as can be expected, under the circumstances.But then Warren has a freak out after spending too much time with the other Angel, and Jean goes a bit too far to calm him downOk, not that far, but far enough to make everyone a bit nervous.Everyone is on ed [...]


    2. These comic books actually accomplished something heroic and nearly impossible: They’ve made Scott Summers interesting.Granted, it takes the idea of the present day Scott going all dark side as the younger version of Scott is horrified at what he becomes while resenting the reactions of everyone around him blaming him for something he hasn't done yet so it took a couple of incarnations plus some timey-wimey stuff to get this done. Still, this is the first time that I was ever rooting for Scott [...]


    3. I read vol.1 about a year ago and I can't remember anything about it anymore. I'm too lazy to reread it so I went ahead and read this anyway.X-Men has been one of my favorites ever since I was young. I've seen every movie and most of the tv series. I only started reading the comics recently because I just watched X-Men Days of Future Past for the third time. I was in the X-Men mood so I decided to pick this one up.The story was not that bad, but a bit dragging. There were more talking that actua [...]


    4. The original X-Men have decided to stay in the present in order to learn if living their lives the way they were was worth it.Here to Stay demonstrates clearly that Beast didn't have much of a plan. He just brought the original X-Men to the future without realizing how much that might change them. This has the standard time travel stuff like Cyclops not understanding why magazines are so expensive.The most unexpected and unplanned aspect of Beast bringing the original X-Men to the future is what [...]


    5. It should be no secret by now that I'm heavily invested in the series right from the very start. Everything about this review is bound to be specifically biased, leaning towards the avid fanatic even, so if you have a more objective and different opinion than mine, then please, feel free to NEVER SPEAK ABOUT IT in my presence as long as we both shall live, ESPECIALLY if you have no amount of love to share concerning Brian Michael Bendis' All-New X-Men. If you bash it, I will ignore your existenc [...]


    6. Yesterday, I read The Superior Spider-Man, Vol. 1: My Own Worst Enemy. Today, this. Am I making a habit of Marvel books turning a dud of a concept into something that isn't just readable, but also compelling? I can deal with that. The concept is where the first volume fell flat for me. It is (like Superior Spider-Man, actually) a concept that seems like it was created more for sales than for storytelling, one that has an obvious and imminent endgame from the first issue. Probably, both titles wi [...]


    7. I only read this a couple of days ago but I drew a blank when I tried to recall what happened in this book and, upon flicking through it again, rediscovered that not a whole lot does. This isn’t by itself a terribly bad thing as the book is eminently readable and more or less entertaining but it is a book where not only does very little happen, but it feels like a lot of stuff from the first book is repeated and the whole pointlessness of the situation is underlined more firmly in this book. F [...]


    8. This week's theme for the Shallow Comic Readers is, well, pot luck!Much like volume 1, this collection of the All-New X-Men (Marvel NOW!) is kinda fun to read. It's nice seeing the original X-Men in action again, and seeing how they bump up against the current timeline. More than anything, its nice seeing Scott Summers not be an asshole again.Highlights for this volume are the exchange between the "current" Iceman and Kitty Pryde where they imagine the dialog between Beast and Captain America, a [...]


    9. WrensReads Review:Pre-Cyclops is having identity problems. Current-Cyclops is making all these horrible choices but he has to be making them for a good reason because he is himself, right? Actually, all the original X-Men and their current counterparts are really straining to keep everything together because it's weird that their former selves are right in front of them.Jean Grey is getting used to all her developed powers. But she goes a little too far, which makes all the current X-Men a littl [...]


    10. Bendis keeps me entertained *and* intrigued to keep finding out where he's going with this storyline. The original young X-Men in the present is a greatly disruptive influence - to today's civilians, to the team dynamics of the X-Men, and to other related heroes and villains. It's the most interesting take on these guys I've seen in years. The way each character really *reacts* to the insanity of their situation is refreshing - like they're real people too, not just hero ciphers.I'm super-glad t [...]


    11. Ahhhh, COMICS. I'm a huge Marvel fan but I've never really gotten into the comics because WHERE THE HECK DO I START? So I randomly reserved this one from my library. They didn't have Vol 1 (so, so annoying) so I'm basically thrown into the action. But it was sooo freakishly good.It's like the movies! The drawings look sooo much like the actual real-live cast. It just makes me happy. And plus this was a combo of the X-Men movies and the Avengers movies. Who appeared?- Agent Maria Hill (omg, I lov [...]


    12. I liked this one even better than the first part. Looking forward to read the next one, but I don't think it's going to be released in Poland any time soon. :(


    13. Well, finally, a new X-Men volume that was actually good and felt like reading something from the good old days.Not surprisingly, it's because these are old school X-Men from the good old days. I ended up with volume 2 in the series, but it's pretty easy to catch up. Apparently the premise this time around is that the classic X-Men -- Beast, Iceman, Angel, Marvel Girl, and Cyclops -- have been brought forward to the future (our present) by modern-day Beast (the blue-furred version) to avert a mu [...]


    14. Following up on the fantastic Volume 1, this volume finds the Original X-Men still in the present (future for them). This has created all sorts of interesting situations, including having them mentored/supervised by Kitty (and to a lesser extent, Wolverine and Storm). There's some great stuff of character development between the Angels (Young Warren and his present self bonding is priceless).Obviously, it would seem, the longer the past selves stay in the future and are exposed to their older se [...]



    15. I would say this if my favorite of the X-Men titles going right now. It's got a story line that really interest me. I've become more and more into the characters relationships than anything else, so the story of the original five X-Men meeting their future selves is pretty neat. The book is slow, but I don't really mind. It doesn't feel like it's trying to bulk up a storyline to make a nice trade. It just seems like it's a story that will take some time to tell. The X-Men have a huge universe al [...]


    16. I am loving this series. This has a spectacular futuristic story that reminds me of 80s titles, but Bendis keeps the exposition tight and crisp while balancing the characters with heart and humor. And the artwork continues to stun. I hope this is collected in a nice hardcover edition soon.



    17. Vol 2 of All-New X-men collects issues 6-10. It is the continuation of the story of the original X-men are brought into present day to confront Scott Summer's goals of Mutant Revolution. Now it seems that Scott is going to start his own more militant version of the X-men and a more militant version of Xavier's school. Along with Scott are magneto, Ilyana Rasputin and Emma Frost. More than that I will not say as that would be spoilers. There is quite a bit going on here, especially when seen thro [...]


    18. Damn, this book is good!I had little but for disdain for much of what Bendis did to the Avengers books. Which was sad, considering how much I loved Powers and his other indy work and even found Ultimate Spider-Man enjoyable.But then he comes along with this X-Men book. With rare exceptions, the X-books (far, far too many) and their convoluted storylines (that not even a flowchart could untangle) have been boring and uninteresting to me for going on 20 years. (Whedon's and Morrison's runs are not [...]


    19. WowI liked this as much as the first if not more. So we get further into the kids dealing with their future selves. I really enjoyed a bunch of moments here. One of my favorite is Scott meeting Mystique. That evil blue bitch is always a great trickster, and love how she's playing him. I also really enjoyed all the moments with Kitty and training. They feel fresh, and love seeing kitty as a leader. I'm also a sucker for kids trying to figure out their place and watching them deal with their futur [...]


    20. Now I need to go over and read Uncanny X-Men, Vol. 1: Revolution, but I'm cool with that. I'm cool with everything.


    21. Kinda just feels like more of the same from the first arc - which isn't necessarily bad - but it's not really all that great either.I'd like things to start moving off in a new direction.



    22. Really fun and interesting book. Glad to see X-Men comics are not only good and relevant again, but also pretty awesome. Oh, and MARVEL DIGITAL UNLIMITED SUBSCRIPTION FOR 99¢!



    23. I re-read the first installment yesterday because my library has them all and it hangs together better taken as a single piece rather than in the single issues the way I read them initially. So does this collection. ButI do wonder why the time travel aspect isn't affecting things the way it usually does in these stories, meaning Marvel tales by Bendis specifically. I guess he's just ignoring the other stuff he's done for the sake of pitting Young X-Men against Old X-Men. Unfortunately he doesn't [...]


    24. Now THIS is a great follow-up to volume 1.There was a noticeable and welcome increase in action, plot development, humor (the Kitty Pryde and Iceman 'decoding' of a Beast and Captain America conversation = hilarity) and even a cameo from the Avengers. A few more words of praise about Kitty - calm, caring and competent; although obviously this is very much an ensemble piece her tough-but-tender presence was, I think, a significant asset in this edition.Hey, am I the only here getting an uneasy fe [...]


    25. 3.5 Cyclops yok derecede azdı. Olacak olaylara zemin hazırlamış. Bobby ve Kitty arasındaki skeçe baya güldüm :) Bu Cyclops arama çab bence Uncanny X-Men'e başlamama büyük sebep olacak.



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