Amazing X-Men #1

    Amazing X-Men » Amazing X-Men #1 - The Quest For Nightcrawler Part 1 of 5 released by Marvel on January 2014.

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    The Quest For Nightcrawler Part 1 of 5 last edited by brook78 on 01/18/19 12:40PM View full history

    An AMAZING new era for the X-Men starts here! Ever since Nightcrawler's death in X-MEN MESSIAH COMPLEX, the X-Men have been without their heart and soul. After learning that their friend may not be gone after all, it's up to WOLVERINE, STORM, BEAST, ICEMAN, NORTHSTAR and FIRESTAR to find and bring back the fan favorite fuzzy blue elf! Super star artist ED MCGUINNESS (HULK) joins master X-Writer JASON AARON (WOLVERINE AND THE X-MEN, X-MEN: SCHISM) to bring you the most exciting comic on the stands!



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    Bamf! 0

    This review was originally posted on my website Imagination Centre (here).This has been a series that I've been looking forward to for a long long time now, and with the disappointing ending of Battle of the Atom I was even more excited for the release of this issue and the return of my second favourite X-Man.PlotAlthough he's in paradise Nightcrawler can't quite enjoy heaven, and even more so when his father Azazel turns up. Meanwhile Firestar joins the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning and ...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Amazing X-Men #1 0

    This issue had fun, it had adventure, it had humor, it had heart, it had substance and hellishly good story-telling (no pun intended -- okay, a small one maybe). This is what the X-Men should be! There was no in-fighting, only that of a typical family which was pretty darn funny, in my opinion. There was no competition to see who rules the roost of the franchise. There were no heroes fighting heroes. This was the X-Men, as a team and a family with great character moments for everyone.I admit, I...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Nightcrawler's Back, Baby, and Better Than Ever! 0

    When I first heard about this series, I was fairly irritated.Another character brought back from the dead? Sure, I've always liked the blue elf, but it felt like Marvel was cheating what was one of the more impactful deaths in comics. Not to mention it was being written by Jason Aaron, author of Wolverine: Japan's Most Wanted (which I found completely devoid of good ideas) and Wolverine and the X-Men, which just isn't my cup-o-joe. Not to mention, don't we have too many X-Men comics as it is?Lit...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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