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  • Paperback: 656 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel Comics; Direct Ed edition (24 Oct. 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 078511727X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785117278
  • Product Dimensions: 17.1 x 4.4 x 26 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By I. R. Kerr TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 1 Jun. 2009
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I read this after Essential X-Factor #1 which was fortunate as the stories link up towards the end, this volume is the more complete of the two and personally I don't mind the odd crossover tales in these Essential books.
Starting with the team being attacked by the newly formed Freedom Force, formerly the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants who want to put their former leader Magneto on trial for crimes against humanity, Magneto who is now a changed man surrenders so he can have his day in court. The International Court's prosecution claim that Magneto is wrong to claim mutants are persecuted, however, does not take long to be proven false as the body count starts to rise.
There's tie-ins with the other Marvel titles of the time, the New Mutants and the X-Men take on Loki and the Enchantress in Asgard then X-Factor (the original X-Men), New Mutants, Power Pack and the remnants of the Morlocks join with Thor as the Marauders, including Sabretooth, launch their killing spree on the Morlocks' underground base.
As well as facing threats from Spiral, Sentinels, the Beyonder, Arcade, a cyborg Lady Deathstrike, Nimrod and the Hellfire Club among others the team also have plenty internal problems to deal with. Storm is still without her powers, Cyclops is having problems facing up to his role as a father and Rachel assumes Jean Grey's role as Phoenix. In the later tales the team are joined by the British telepath Psylocke and we get the first mention of Mister Sinister.
As usual writer Chris Claremont weaves many threads through these tales and leaves enough unanswered questions to maintain the reader's interest.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Simon Wells on 8 Dec. 2008
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The next volume in the Uncanny X-Men brings one of the best stories I have read so far.

I was always interested in reading the comics but it is so hard to try to catch on what is going on as they've been going for so many years but now I'm able to go from the start and read all the original comics, which is great because you watch how the characters change from the sixties to the more modern roles.

So far we've had the big stories of Phoenix and also facing the Helfire Club numerous times. Along with this we also see Magneto change from the main villian in the originals to now what seems like a changed man due to seeing he almost killed Kitty in a previous volume. This volume has his trial, which as expected goes wrong and the x-men face the former members of the Brotherhood of Mutants who now work for the Government.

However the big story of the the volume is the battle in the sewers when Sinister and the Marauder begin to slaughter the Morlocks, we see a great change in the x-men world at this point. We see Kitty, Colossus and Nightcrawler are severely wounded, not only this but Colossus decides to kill one of the Marauders after seeing their destruction (though he doesn't but he believes he has). There are a lot of other marvel characters during this storyline such as X-Factor and Thor who has to save Angel from captivity.

The best part of all of this is as the x-men begin to cope with their wounded friends and all the deaths, Storm takes everyone back to the school bar Wolverine and tells him to bring one of the Marauders back to be questioned and she then tells him he can do what he wants with the rest. I loved this as it shows the anger all the x-men feel over this mindless violence and they're happy to unleash Wolverine, which causes him to face Sabertooth their first showdown of many.

Fantastic read and i recomend it to everyone
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 17 Feb. 2006
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The latest issue in the black and white series reprinting America's most successful comic book from it's massively successfully relauch in the 1970's. After the dissappointing super hero soap opera of volume 5 this is a return to form which really delivers. All though none of the stories quite live up to the 'essential' name tag, those present offer plenty of bang for your buck and include the trial of Magneto and all the cross over issues from the 80's Marvel mile stone 'The Mutant Massacre'. This story isn't as good as Marvel historians might have you believe, but it won't struggle to keep your attention.
But be warned, this is not a good 'jumping on point' if you are new to xmen comics. Many of the stories here make little sense outside the context of the previous volumes and the legendary Secret Wars cross over. Which means you'll have to buy volume 5 as well, bummer!
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By Niklas on 13 Jun. 2014
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Loove marvel, and am on a Reading-Road, to get ALL X-men, so, then some like this ar really nessesary to read, to get All of the caracters ;)
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great size!!! you can read lots of comics in one book. It is black and white!!!!!! Nothing about this in the discription!
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