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  • Paperback: 360 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel (3 Nov. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785141030
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785141037
  • Product Dimensions: 17.1 x 1.3 x 26 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 283,158 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Squirr-El TOP 50 REVIEWER on 3 May 2013
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This volume reprints Dark Reign: The List - X-Men, Uncanny X-Men issues #515-522 and Nation X #1-4. The main feature is The List and the Uncanny X-Men, a continuing story picking up as the X-Men and Namor have just settled on the salvaged remains of Magneto's Asteroid base, now floating in the sea off San Francisco and renamed Utopia, the new homeland of the Mutant Nation. The List story is Norman Osborne unleashing his secret revenge weapon on Namor, or to be precise, the Atlanteans - Namor's ex-wife Marrina. The subsequent adventures include Scott and Emma dealing with the fragment of the Void infecting Ms Frost, a gang of supervillains unleashing a pack of Predator Xs on the island, and the generally unwelcome return of Magneto, who, to prove his good intentions, engineers the return from space of a long-lost member of the team. This is all high-quality stuff, as you'd expect from the top-line creators running the series. The second feature, nation X, is a collection of short stories depicting `ordinary' life on the island by a variety of creators and artistic styles. Being only an occasional and out-of-sequence visitor to the X-Men, due to the erratic state of my local libraries' stock of comic collections, I had no idea who many of the minor characters were. However, the main feature is what counts, and it is definitely a 5-star one.
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This was an amazing bag of different stories, bridging the gap from Utopia to Second Coming.
First of we have Dark Reign: The List - X-Men. This was a terrific tale in which Norman Osborn decides to try and destroy Namor and his kingdom. It may be short but it is a beautifully put together little piece and is very enjoyable.
Next comes the main meat of the book, the Uncanny X-Men run. This was mindblowing! I mean, I wanted it because I wanted to read the story where Magneto brought Kitty back but I was completely unprepared for the power of the storytelling. It was a beautiful, amazing event where we really feel for the characters, especially Magneto and Kitty. Intertwining with this are a few other story strands, including the efforts to stop Utopia sinking, the attempt to deal with the shard of the Void in Emma's head and a mysterious attack of Predator Xs, which ends up laying the grounwork form Quarentine - though in truth Lobe and his crew are much more threatening here than they subsequently became in that story arc! These add to the overall dimension of the story and help provide a terrific atmosphere, that of people being pushed right to the very edged in their efforts not to be completely destroyed and degraded.
Then comes a really effecting epilogue to the whole Kitty buisness, as it show a planet waiting for years to be destroyed by the buller, only to have it pass through them, allowing them to find a goodness they never had before. It was beautifully done.
And finally, we have the Nation X stories, a really mixed bag of short annecdotes of life on Utopia. Some of these are terrific character studies while others are merely good but overall they do add something to the package.
So, all in all, one fantastic TPB!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nunya Biznis on 8 July 2013
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THIS IS A GREAT X EVENT, REALLY GOOD STORY, YOU GET TO SEE INTO THE MINDS OF SOME OF THE X MEN WHICH IS NICE, MAGNETO RETURNS WHICH IS AWESOME AND NAMOR CONTINUES TO BE A BOSS. ALL IN ALL THIS IS A GREAT BOOK!!
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By Sicdrone on 24 May 2013
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This book is definetly worth a try, the storyline is great, very enjoyable, the characters are likable and funny when needed, the art is fantastic, it’s good to look at. I recommend this book to anyone who loves comics or just interested in getting to know the genre.
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1 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Angela on 30 Aug. 2011
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I'm sorry, but I hate Greg Land's artwork, if you can call it that. He traces (meaning he draws a character and then uses that same picture again either later in the same book or in a different book.) Look, on Amazon, at his cover of Ultimate Power and then at his cover of X-Men The End Book 2: Heroes And Martyrs. It is obviously the same Wolverine, and this is an example of the many times Greg Land has copied his own work, passing it as something new. But, that is when he traces his OWN work. Type in Greg Land tracting into google and you will find undeniable proof that he also traces other artist's work and even pornagraphy! Shameful rip off!
The story, itself, isn't very interesting. Matt Fraction is a great author, especially on his work with the Invincible Iron Man series and Uncanny X-Men/Dark Avengers: Utopia. But nothing really happens in this. The story, if there is one, is just about the X-Men characters (mostly Cyclops, Magneto, Beast, Professor Xavier, Emma Frost and Namor) adjusting to life on the island Utopia. The vague plot is that Utopia is sinking, Magneto decides to save everyone, and Cyclops gets annoyed at Magneto becuase "he is the leader of all mutants and he should have dealt with it" or something like that (sorry if it sounds like I don't like Cyclops, but I don't).
So, overall, shameful (to say the least) "artwork" (aka. tracings of other artist's work and porn) and no actual story. Not worth the money at all.
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