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Uncanny X-Men Volume 3: The Good, The Bad, The Inhuman (Marvel now) [Hardcover]

Brian Michael Bendis
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20 May 2014 Uncanny X-Men
Your favourite X-Men are back in the third volume of this graphic novel classic! Written by Brian Michael Bendis and featuring 136 pages of full-colour illustrations, you'll want to go back and re-read them all!

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  • Hardcover: 136 pages
  • Publisher: MARVEL - US (20 May 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785154310
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785154310
  • Product Dimensions: 26.4 x 17.5 x 1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 57,370 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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4.0 out of 5 stars The episodic X-Men 14 July 2014
By No More Mr. Mice Guy TOP 100 REVIEWER
The stories running through issues #14, 15.INH, and #16-18 of the Uncanny X-Men (Volume 3) are collected as Uncanny X-Men Vol.3: The Good, The Bad, The Inhuman. This takes place after X-Men: Battle of the Atom and leads into Guardians of the Galaxy/All-New X-Men: The Trial of Jean Grey, and for good measure, #15 is an Inhumanitytie-in/crossover, so don’t expect coherence between these stories, or even in at least one of them - #18 was particularly chaotic. However, just because there isn’t a world-threatening menace dominating the entire book and several more volumes around it – see the Innumerable Avengers for that - it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the individual issues just as stand-alone stories, which move individual’s storylines forward and fill in a bit of background and set up stuff for later stories, just like in the Good Old Days.

Issue #14 sees Emma Frost takes Benjamin Deeds to Atlantic City to train him in using his mutant power, and to build up his self confidence: “You seem to have dropped your towel, Mr Deeeds.”

Issue #15.INH is a tie-in to the Inhumanity event, as the X-Girls go on a night out/shopping spree (remember the Good Old days?) and run into the effects of the Terrigen Bomb (and A.I.M.).

Issue #16 sees Magneto visiting Madripoor after a tip-off from Dazzler, Agent of SHIELD:
“I thought Hydra ‘owned’ Madripoor.”
“Things change.”
Guess where ALL the Evil Mutants (in Capital Letters) went?
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2.0 out of 5 stars Yawn 16 Jun 2014
Nothing actually happens in this book except recapping what has happened in previous issues and setting up for the newer volumes. Pointless read sadly!!
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Amazon.com: 3.5 out of 5 stars  4 reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars This volume started to take the spotlight off the revolution, and instead focused in on the students that are being trained. 25 July 2014
By Matt Anderson - Published on Amazon.com
Collects Uncanny X-Men (2012) issues #14-18

This volume of "Uncanny X-Men" should be read after reading the collection of the "Battle of the Atom" event.

This volume started to take the spotlight off the revolution, and instead focused in on the students that Scott, Emma, and Magik are training. I especially liked the issue centered around Benjamin Deeds.

Magneto made limited appearances in this volume.

There are times when this book is laugh out loud funny, but I wasn't a big fan of the artwork.

This story runs parallel with the story in "All-New X-Men," and you definitely feel the crossover (even to the point of reading the same scenes from different perspectives in both titles).

With the detonation of the Terrigen bomb in the "Infinity" event, millions of new Inhumans were fully transformed. Some changed their looks, some acquired powers, and some were blessed/cursed with both. It is an interesting question when one of the X-Men asks how the general public will tell the Inhumans apart from the mutants. I predict this will eventually lead to an Inhuman/Mutant war. In terms of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, this scenario is perfect for a studio that doesn't have the rights to anything from the X-Universe, but still wants to have a super-powered team that feels like the X-Men.


Something bad happened to Eva. She was lost in time for a while. Her hair grew quite a bit between the two scenes of her disappearing and reappearing. How long will it be until we finally find out what it was? I predict we won't hear more about this for years.
3.0 out of 5 stars Series falls off here, as Bendis tends to do after a while on one title 26 Aug 2014
By Ben Martin - Published on Amazon.com
The series starts to lose some direction in this volume, but it still has some good elements. I enjoyed the story about Magneto going off on his own and parts of the young members of the team figuring things out, but I could have done without the Inhumans tie-in and the confrontation that's teased (inaccurately) on the cover, which takes place in the last issue.

The art is also spotty here, as we get several different artists throughout. I like Bachalo's work in the three issues he does, but didn't like Anka's work in issue 15, and while Rudy's style in issue 18 was interesting, I thought it really didn't fit the tone of the story that well.

I picked this up because I wanted to continue with the series after enjoying the the first two volumes, but if the fourth is as lackluster as this one, I'll probably drop it until I hear different. Bendis's work has a tendency to fall off after a certain amount of time on one title. It happened with New Avengers and it's happening with this title and All-New X-Men at the same time.
4.0 out of 5 stars Cover is deceiving but good addition to series 19 July 2014
By Donald&Daisey - Published on Amazon.com
This storyline takes place right after Battle if the Atom. While the cover art is cool it doesn't really reflect what you're getting inside. Bendis slows down and gives us a series of one shot storylines with the students getting most of the attention. This isn't a bad thing by any means. You need this sort of thing between big events to grow the characters.

If you're a fan of the series this is a nice addition. A lot of funny banter and Bachelo's art is most welcome.

This is not a good starting point for new readers.
4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not the best volume 29 May 2014
By Robert - Published on Amazon.com
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I am a huge fan of Cyclops. I have bought all the All-New X-men and Uncanny X-men volumes and this was probably the worst. It is only the worst because it seems pointless and just a set up for Volume 4. It also rehashed a bunch of all points that were already covered in Volume 1 and 2. The best part is the awesome cover! Get it if you're a fan, if not then there really isn't much of a story here for you.
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