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5.0 out of 5 stars Fans who miss the show...get this!, 14 May 2011
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LM Praciak (Manchester, UK) - See all my reviews
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This graphic novel is an absolute must for any x-files fan who has been missing the series since it ended.
The great stories, including one by the mighty Frank Spotnitz, are reminders of how good the series and the characters were, and the artwork brings the stories to life as if they were tv episodes. The tone, colouration and viewpoints are all true to the style of the show, and the little in-jokes and details found in the pictures are wonderfully rewarding for both the long-time fan and the newbie. I began reading as soon as the book arrived, and am now reading it trough for a fourth time. Fantastic stuff!
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5.0 out of 5 stars e-X-cellence., 1 May 2012
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STEVEN (LANARK, United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
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Brilliant, 'wildstorms comics' (a devision of DC comics) 7 issue (4 complete stories) 'The X-Files' just shows/reminds you how good the x-files was/is. The X Files - The Complete Collector's Edition [DVD] Each stand-alone story, written by the TV's shows own Frank Spotnitz along side Marv Wolfman (best known for lengthy runs on Tomb of Dracula Tomb Of Dracula Vol. 2, creating 'Blade' for Marvel Comics, Blade/Blade II/Blade Trinity [DVD]and The New Teen Titans for DC Comics The New Teen Titans - Omnibus (Vol. 1) and Doug Moench (notable for his Batman work Batman - Knightfall (Vol.1 Collected Edition) and as the creator of Black Mask, Moon Knight and Deathlok Deathlok: The Destroyer TPB (Marvel Knights) and Illustrated by Brian Denham (Angel: After the Fall, Angel: After the Fall: Premiere Edition), read and most importantly feel, just like best the original show had to offer. No self respecting fan of the X-Files should not have this collection on there bookshelf. Fingers crossed for a new movie and you should also check out the equally eXcellent and FANGtastic crossover The X-Files / 30 Days of Night because after you read these tales you realise just how much you miss the show and wish for more.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars, 2 Oct. 2014
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B. Urquhart - See all my reviews
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i like the storys they told about the x files
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good read - shame about the timeline!, 14 Feb. 2013
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Shel (North East England) - See all my reviews
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Some great art and some good old school X Files writing makes a good book but the muddled up timeline stops it from being a truly great book. X Files scribe Frank Spotnitz (who writes two of the comics included) stated in an interview that this was set "somewhere between Season 2 and Season 5" yet one of the comics has a 1GB USB flashdrive (itself probably not common place in 2001 when the series ended!) and one of them has the date as 2009 which is a year after the second X-Files movie "I Want to Believe" is based. Other than this nitpick the art is good and writing is sold "classic" X Files (circa '93-95).

Recommended reading; it's a shame it wasn't picked up as a continuing series.
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