X MEN SCHISM Le quotidien n a jamais t aussi difficile pour les X Men Malgr leur nombre revu la baisse depuis House of M l opinion publique refuse d accorder sa confiance aux mutants Apr s un incident internation

  • Title: X-MEN SCHISM
  • Author: Paul Jenkins Jason Aaron
  • ISBN: 2809443963
  • Page: 121
  • Format: cartonn
  • Le quotidien n a jamais t aussi difficile pour les X Men Malgr leur nombre revu la baisse depuis House of M, l opinion publique refuse d accorder sa confiance aux mutants Apr s un incident international, la haine anti mutant atteint son plus haut niveau C est alors qu une scission survient au sein des X Men.

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    1. je le conseille vivementbonne histoiredessins très bon aussidans cette histoire Logan fais fort mais comme sais un de mes super héros favori avis perso


    2. Ce tome contient les épisodes 1 à 5 de la minisérie "Schism" parus en 2011, ainsi que l'épisode spécial "X-Men regenesis". Dans la continuité des différents titres X-Men, cette histoire se situe à peu près après  (pour Uncanny X-Men, en abrégé UXM),  (pour X-Men Legacy, en abrégé XML), et  (pour New Mutants). Il existe un prologue : .Le tome s'ouvre sur quelques lignes rapides rappelant la situation des X-Men et des mutants : unis en tant que nation sur une île baptisée Ut [...]


    3. J'ai été plutôt agréablement surpris par la lecture de ce volume, surtout après avoir vu le travail accompli par le même scénariste dans "Wolverine goes to hell". C'est vrai que lorsqu'on voit combien Cyclops et Wolverine forment une équipe soudée au début, il semble un peu étonnant qu'ils finissent par se taper dessus pour finalement se séparer. Mais Aaron joue sur l'antagonisme qui a toujours opposé Cyclops et Wolverine, et qui s'était cristallisé sur Jean Grey, la mention de la [...]


    4. Schism isn't The Dark Knight Returns. Schism isn't The Watchmen. Schism is the first segment in a larger story about the X-men being split in half, torn over the issue of how human beings (ahem, mutants) should respond to the threat of extinction and the termination of an entire species while still maintaining their (for lack of a better word) humanity. The appeal of the X-Men has been in the past and will continue to be that its a soap opera. It's about action and war, but even more so it tells [...]


    5. Nicely done. A great way to understand what happened, but more importantly why. The tribal imagery was a great touch. The story showed that people did not choose sides for the same reasons. A lot of different factors logically determined their decisions. It is a lot of characters to understand and Aaron was up to the task. Nothing felt forced.


    6. I'm actually a little surprised by all of the negative reviews for this book, because I thought Schism was one of the best written X-books that I've read in a while. I'm not sure if the reviewers missed some of the symbolism in the story and couldn't appreciate the story's larger impact or if they are just being people too in love with the past to enjoy new changes, but either way this is absolutely a must-read book that you should pick up if you're an X-Men fan.The five issue arc is such an inc [...]


    7. Loved it! I don't understand the bad reviews. I found the plot, artwork and action to be excellent. It's an interesting read that compares Wolverine's deepening humanity to Cyclops' growing cynicism.


    8. Great story. The artwork was superb. I stop collecting comics years ago, but this story brought me back to what I've been missing in comics books.


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