X-Men Giant-Size #1

    X-Men Giant-Size » X-Men Giant-Size #1 - First To Last, Part One released by Marvel on July 2011.

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    First To Last, Part One last edited by pikahyper on 05/07/20 08:00PM View full history

    Think you know everything there is to know about the original X-Men? Think again! Something happened to Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Beast, Angel, Iceman and Professor X years ago, a secret so horrible that it has been locked away in the dark corner of Cyclops' mind until today. What crisis strikes in the present that calls upon memories of the past? Witness the astonishing debut of the Evolutionaries! Taking the lead for a few issues is famed X-Men writer CHRIS YOST (X-FORCE) and with all this danger, he’s lucky to have regular X-MEN artist PACO MEDINA and DALIBOR TALAJIC (PUNISHER) along for the ride.



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    Here's Another Story That Happened That No One Remembered 0

    It's time for another blast from the past. The X-Men learn of an event that occurred years ago but it was wiped from their memories...until now.The GoodBack in 2006, we had X-Men: Deadly Genesis, a story describing events that occurred but was erased from Cyclops memory. Normally I'm not a fan of new events getting inserted into past events but that story worked and made sense. Now we have another similar occurrence.Set in both the present and the past, we see the X-Men fighting against a group ...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    X-Men Giant Size #1 Video Review by Peteparker 5/5 0

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    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Go back to sleep 0

    X-Men Giant size caught my attention because I have fallen behind in my monthly X-Men books so I took it as a chance get a story without too much fuss. This story just doesn't engage me. I don't know where the idea to incorporate the old X-Men with current day X-Men in a single story comes from but it seems really forced. Having a character do something in the past that relates to today but completely forgot about it just seems like lazy story telling. Not that I would want them to follow up on ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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