X-Men: With Great Power

X-Men: With Great Power

Victor Gischler Chris Claremont Bonnie Wilford Bill Mantlo Chris Bachalo Paco Medina Sal Buscema Mike Esposito / Nov 16, 2019

X Men With Great Power It s a new age for the X Men Cyclops and company have declared it a time to be heroes Wherever a citizen is in need there s an X Man on the job But strange rumors have come to the attention of the X

  • Title: X-Men: With Great Power
  • Author: Victor Gischler Chris Claremont Bonnie Wilford Bill Mantlo Chris Bachalo Paco Medina Sal Buscema Mike Esposito
  • ISBN: 9780785148494
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s a new age for the X Men Cyclops and company have declared it a time to be heroes Wherever a citizen is in need, there s an X Man on the job But strange rumors have come to the attention of the X Men, and Storm and her team are off to New York City to investigate What do they find in the dank sewers beneath Manhattan Only New York s favorite wall crawler has the aIt s a new age for the X Men Cyclops and company have declared it a time to be heroes Wherever a citizen is in need, there s an X Man on the job But strange rumors have come to the attention of the X Men, and Storm and her team are off to New York City to investigate What do they find in the dank sewers beneath Manhattan Only New York s favorite wall crawler has the answers Plus Jubilee has been turned by the dark forces of the undead And though the battle with the vampires is over, Jubilee s own battle has just begun Now a vampire living among an army of mutants, Jubilee struggles to find her place and to keep her vampire cravings at bay But unknown to her, one of her fellow X Men may just hold the key to curing her of her thirst for blood Could Professor Xavier s own encounter with a vampire hold the key to her salvation Collecting X Men 7 11, Marvel Team Up Annual 1

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      • Victor Gischler Chris Claremont Bonnie Wilford Bill Mantlo Chris Bachalo Paco Medina Sal Buscema Mike Esposito

        Victor Gischler is an American author of humorous crime fiction.Gischler s debut novel Gun Monkeys was nominated for the Edgar Award, and his novel Shotgun Opera was an Anthony Award finalist His work has been translated into Italian, French, Spanish and Japanese He earned a Ph.D in English at the University of Southern Mississippi His fifth novel Go Go Girls of the Apocalypse was published in 2008 by the Touchstone Fireside imprint of Simon Schuster.He has also writes American comic books like The Punisher Frank Castle, Wolverine and Deadpool for Marvel Comics Gischler worked on X Men Curse of the Mutants starting in the Death of Dracula one shot and continued in X Men 1.Gun Monkeys has been optioned for a film adaptation, with Lee Goldberg writing the script and Ryuhei Kitamura penciled in to direct.


    921 Comments

    1. Some of the X-Men and Spidey have to deal with an infestation down in the sewers which includes saving super nerdy kids. OVERALL GRADE: B.


    2. "With Great Power" comes sh!tty artwork!At the risk of sounding like a big jerk I just want to state that I absolutely HATE the so called art of Chris Bachalo!Dude! EVERYTHING you draw looks like it is made out of marshmallows.This guy has led me to AVOID and NOT read MANY books that I otherwise would have been interested in reading!This guy led me to the decision "I will no longer read books with sh!tty art!"So, Thank you library, but I will return this one unread, and I will spend my time on [...]


    3. There should not be any way for me to be displeased with a comic in which the X-Men fight giant mutant lizards in the sewers of New York. This should be completely unpossible, dudes.So let's go down the checklist of Ways To Ruin Comics:1) Large chunk of the comic takes place in internet chatrooms. Internet chatrooms haven't existed since the early 90's. NO ONE WANTS TO READ PAGES OF "CHAT" IN A VISUAL NARRATIVE YOU MOUTH-BREATHER.2) Villain speeches longer than a page. ESPECIALLY NOT MULTI-ISSUE [...]


    4. I can sense a pattern is forming here! it was like "The Curse Of The Mutants" replacing the Vampires with Lizards !!! it was cool to see Wolverine and Storm in Lizardy form :) it was also cool and funny watching Spidy in the mix of all what was happening.The arc story started with Cyclopes trying to generate a good publicity for the team with the help of a P.R firm trying to make them look good in the media and in the public eyes , fighting crimes and saving people.This was good , he sent a grou [...]


    5. If Gischler's goal was to recreate the context-free comics of the '70s, where everything was a big fight and there were no arcs to advance, he's done a great job. The result has good dialogue, interesting artwork, and so little depth that it's barely worth reading.


    6. I haven't read any X-men comics in a while so when I saw this for 99p on the Kindle I thought it had to be worth a go - plus I was intrigued about the idea of the X-men going public rather than hiding away basically underground.There was good and no so good. I struggled to like the art work but I thought the writing was quite good. I like the fact that Storm and Emma bickered, I thought that was quite believable and it was nice to see Storm being a bit down down to earth in her attitude. Gambit [...]


    7. This was a nice little romp of a story arc. The X-Men are getting set up and have hired a PR firm to highlight their accomplishments, since people don't tend to hear about the good things they do. Strangely, though, while looking for something good to do, they go to New York again, and go into the sewers. They are rescuing abducted children, so it looks good when they finish, but it seems like a bit of an odd setup. The story focuses on Dark Beast using the Lizard to conduct DNA altering experim [...]


    8. Like Curse of the Mutants before it, With Great Power is surprisingly good, despite some bad press around it. The first four issues are the titular With Great Power arc, and instead of just retreading the Shed arc from Amazing Soider-Man, it tells a vastly different story that feels organic for the X-Men, with a surprising villain too.The final issue revisits newly Vampirised Jubilee, and this is the weakest issue of all, serving to just introduce a character that I assume will be important late [...]


    9. FIRST READIt was an okay story. I haven't read much with Spiderman together with the X-Men so that was cool, but the story was a little bit basic. Could have had more action and not such an easy to figure out storyline where you pretty much knew where they were going the whole time. I liked the artwork here, but a few times the captions were so full of action it was hard to see exactly what was going onCOND READFollowing CURSE OF THE MUTANTS this time, the story makes a little more sense, but th [...]


    10. When the "heroic age" mandate came down, I imagine Gischler is in an awkward spot: this series is supposed to be all about the X-Men interacting with other heroes. But they've just moved to the West Coast, and every superhero in the marvel universe lives in New York. This leads to the absurd set-up of having the X-Men fly across the country to New York to help save the day. I guess New York is also the only place with bad guys?Anyway, after the stupid set up, the book is quite enjoyable. I enjoy [...]


    11. I wasn't impressed with Victor Gischler first volume of X-Men with the vampires, but this second volume is more up to my speed. I really liked that a small group of X-Men went back to New York City to hunt the Lizard. If you hunt the Lizard than you also get Spider-Man, one of my favorite superheroes. A great team-up. Plus I really liked Chris Bachalo's art. His redesign of the Lizard back in the Amazing Spider-Man really came to life when he reunited with the Lizard in this story. A fun book in [...]


    12. Most of this book is drawn by Chris Bachalo. I enjoy his style, but he doesn't really know how to draw comic sequences in a way that isn't confusing. He really loves to use extreme close-ups and cuts things out of panel. But the level of detail and amount of exaggerated style is unlike anything else out there since Todd McFarlane. And obviously he had fun drawing sewers and lizard people. Oh yeah, and there is a story too, but when is the last time I read much of a story from an X-Men book? I ju [...]


    13. I loved this. It reminded me of the early-90's crossovers like Spidey and Ghost Rider vs Venom or Ghost Rider and the X-Men vs the Brood. I love to see Spidey and Wolverine's chemistry, and this book has that in spades, as well as Bachelo's incredibly fantastic artwork. He's one of the greats in the biz.


    14. I enjoyed this X-man comic quite a bit. The art is somewhat unique and almost cartoony. Spiderman is a great addition to the cast. I see why Scott is trying to get very good PR for the X-men especially in a world that will shortly arm themselves against the mutants. Overall an enjoyable light read.


    15. Kind of dumb stories about saving people who feel excluded from society. Feels like they're trying to over pander to a niche set of the autistic nerd audience. Plot is too typical, and isn't compelling. Not a fan of this style of artwork either.Below average work for this type of comic.


    16. An another average entry to x-books. Story is simple, with X-men & Spider-Man chasing Lizard in New York sewers. This latest re-boot feels like same-old-nothing-new-to-see-here. I'm hoping that Jason Aaron will bring real re-boot to the x-books with Schism.


    17. Nothing special with the story except this may be the moment when I finally got Emma Frost fatigue. Bachalo's art is worth a close look for the layout and design (not as much the execution of figures).


    18. Bachalo's art is fun and dynamic, and it's refreshing to read superhero comic that doesn't take itself too seriously while not being completely moronic. Just skip the awful, non-Bachalo last issue in this collection.


    19. Nothing like a superhero team-up title! Especially when it's written by an established mystery writer. Victor Gischler's story is a good one and the art by Chris Bachalo is on par with his prior work on Death and Generation X. Good stuff.




    20. it was a pretty good issue, but i can't rate it higher, although i would if i had the whole volumed i don't like Emma Frost


    21. I don't think I can take Bachalo's art on X-Men anymore. And the writing doesn't save it.The jubilee/ prof x story is ok.



    22. Chris Bachalo's art is amazing and unique, as usual, and fits perfectly with the clever writing of Deadpool author Victor Gischler - each style's enthusiasm makes for a fun harmony.



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