X-Campus #1

    X-Campus » X-Campus #1 - Chapter One: Greenwich Mean Time; Chapter Two: Cyberno released by Marvel on July 1, 2010.

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    It’s an all-new, all-different version of the X-Men as told by some of Europe’s greatest comics storytellers! In this vivid re-imagining of the X-Men mythos, everything is not as it seems and teenaged versions of Cyclops, Beast, Wolverine, Iceman, Storm and Rogue face a threat worse even than super villains or race-destroying viruses… HIGH SCHOOL! When the troubled Anna Raven is recruited to join the Worthington Foundation, a school for the gifted, she jumps at the chance to escape her broken life. But one student who can’t control his unusual powers could bring everything crashing down, literally, as he threatens to destroy the entire school!


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    High School with the X-men 0

    Cover The cover art I think was good. The powers of everyone are good it was very good art of showing that. Story The story begins with the origins of Rogue. She is at the Sheriff office and will tell nothing because her boyfriend is right now in a coma at the hospital. But she knows what really happened she kissed him and she was the one who got him in a coma. Now Anna does not want to touch anyone. Someone comes to the house to offer Anna scholarship to the Worthington Foundation and she goes...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    A fun take on the X-Men 0

    Do you like the X-Films but wish they were more like the comics?Do you like the X-Comics but would prefer something a little less serious?  Do you remember the X-Series X-Men Evolution? If you answered yes to any of those then have I got a comic for you. X-Campus is the story of Anna Raven (Rouge) a girl from Georgia who while during her first kiss manifested the power to absorb the power of whomever she is touching. She gets sent to the Worthington Foundation a regular school with a special fac...

    6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Review: X-Campus 0

    Pros: -I’ll admit, I’m a total sucker for X-Men in high school. That’s why I enjoyed the X-Men Evolution cartoon, and also why I enjoyed this book. This book definitely left me interested in seeing Artibani’s interpretation of the X-Men at this age plays out. -This book was split up into two chapters. The first chapter did a pretty solid job of introducing the various characters and their abilities. The second chapter dealt more with Rogue’s interaction with Emma, Sebastian and their Professor M...

    1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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