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House Of M: World Of M Featuring Wolverine TPB (Graphic Novel Pb) [Paperback]

Daniel Way , Reginald Hudlin , Brian Michael Bendis , Ed Brubaker , Javier Saltares , Trevor Hairsine , Michael Lark , Lee Weeks
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22 Feb 2006 Graphic Novel Pb
Explore the people and places of the World of M! In Black Panther, a United Africa - ruled over by Storm and T'Challa - has become an economic powerhouse and a thorn in Magneto's side. When Storm speaks out about the persistence of supremacist notions in the mutant-controlled world, a furious Magneto is determined to stop her at any cost. In Captain America, see Steve Rogers move from the '40s to the present day - bearing witness to a changing landscape, and watching as man becomes the minority and mutant the ruler. In New Thunderbolts, only Private Genis-Vell, a member of the Titan/Kree Exploratory Council, can see that something is desperately wrong with the House of M. Why does he keep having visions of people who wanted to hurt him? Is the only way to keep his mind from coming apart require him to destroy an entire world? In Cable/Deadpool, Deadpool, Cannonball and Siryn desperately search for the missing Cable. After scouring several alternate worlds and various alternate Cables, where they find the one true Cable will come as a very, very big shock! And in The Pulse, House of M mastermind Brian Michael Bendis peels a shocking layer off the mystery of the Marvel Universe that no Avengers fan (old or new) dare miss! Collects Wolverine #33-35, Black Panther #7, Captain America #10, Pulse #10.

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  • Paperback: 152 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel Comics; Direct Ed edition (22 Feb 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785119221
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785119227
  • Product Dimensions: 25.7 x 16.8 x 0.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 296,596 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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2.0 out of 5 stars Weak entry in otherwise excellent series 6 Jun 2009
I love the Wolverine books with a flaming passion, but this run was particularly woeful. Daniel Way does as best he can with what he's given but this AOA-reminiscent, corporate version of Wolvie just doesn't fly. The character comes over as stiff and constrained, and the story constructed around him is so off the wall that it comes close to dragging down the rest of House of M. Only shining light in this collection is the inclusion of Captain America #10, a genuinely interesting story penned by the always reliable Ed Brubaker. Pick it up to complete your set, otherwise avoid.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Going Back to the House of M 19 Dec 2006
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I admit that I fled from the thought of a huge cross-character cross-over like THE HOUSE OF M. I didn't buy any of the originals, except for a couple of Alan Davis UNCANNY X-MEN issues, but it's Alan Davis -- he's a true classic. offered THE HOUSE OF M collection in my Gold Box, so I thought I'd give it a try.

Wow. I really missed out. And since offered that, and I bought, I'm getting offers almost everyday for the other related HOUSE OF M books. I bought this WOLVERINE collection because I love the idea of a universe where Logan and Mystique are partners working for SHIELD. This book does not disappoint in the slightest. It's the best of a long WHAT IF..? tale that isn't quite a WHAT IF..? tale at all. You get to watch these great Marvel characters in fantastic, alternate scenarios. One of my favorites is watching Sebastian Shaw sitting behind a SHIELD desk debriefing Mystique. So many little scenes like this make this collection a true gem.

And Marvel, if you're reading this, you gotta get Javier Saltares and Mark Texera back on WOLVERINE ASAP!
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4.0 out of 5 stars I agree with the other reviewers 2 Aug 2008
By Andre - Published on
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I'm a fan of "What If" and "Elseword" type novels - alternate realities that show different lives comic book characters might have led if their circumstances had changed - as long as they're well written, which this graphic novel, was in my opinion anyways... People planning on purchasing this however should also check out the "Main" House of M graphic novel by Bendis (author) and Coipel (illustrator) in order to find out what happens next... I posted a review of that particular title as well if that's of any interest ... aside from that not much more to add here than a general thumbs up as the other reviewers have already covered all the important stuff.
5.0 out of 5 stars Not technically a Wolverine story... But fantastic nonetheless 23 Aug 2013
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This House of M tie in was a great read. Art is amazing and the story is great. However, I went into this particular TPB thinking it would focus a lot on Wolverine and his perspective. And while the story book technically follows a Wolverine story, it's mostly a Mystique and Sebastian Shaw story with a fantastic Captain America tie in issue.

Overall, a great addition to your House of M collection which provides some awesome background to the crossover event.
4.0 out of 5 stars The best of the world of the House of M 7 Oct 2007
By N. Durham - Published on
Brian Michael Bendis' House of M mega-event was one of the better Marvel crossover events the company had come up with in recent years, and World of M is one of the best House of M tie-in's as well. Consisting of stories involving Wolverine, Captain America, Black Panther, and Hawkeye; World of M starts off with Daniel Way's tale of S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Wolverine, whose behavior is brought into question by director Sebastian Shaw as he interoggates Wolvie's lover Mystique to learn the truth behind an old incident. Way's tale is interesting and features a great end twist as well, illustrating that not everything has completely changed in this alternate reality world. Reginald Hudlin contributes a Black Panther story which finds T'Challa and his wife Storm at odds with Magneto as Apocalypse makes his plans for Africa (and the world) known. There's appearances from Namor, the Inhumans, Sabretooth, and more familiar faces; but the overall story isn't really much to write home about. Brian Michael Bendis' The Pulse gets a House of M makeover, as thought-dead Avenger Hawkeye finds himself alive in this alternate reality, and seeking a way back home. The real standout of World of M is Ed Brubaker's Captain America story, which finds a Cap that was never frozen in suspended animation, as he recounts how the world changed from his time as a World War II hero to the mutant-ruled world he now lives in. The various art throughout (featuring Trevor Hairsone and Mark Texeira among others) is solid, rounding out a more than solid comic package. All in all, World of M is one of (if not the) best House of M tie-in's available, and is definitely worth picking up if you enjoyed Bendis' alternate reality saga.
5.0 out of 5 stars Wolvie Rules! 23 Aug 2007
By ghostbuster28 - Published on
Wolverine has many great story lines and this is amoung the best of them all! I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes the X-men or comics in general. The whole House of M is incredible, and being a huge Wolverine fan this is my fave.
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