- By Fabian Nicieza Scott Lobdell

X-Men: Fatal Attractions

  • Title: X-Men: Fatal Attractions
  • Author: Fabian Nicieza Scott Lobdell
  • ISBN: 9780785100652
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Paperback
  • X Men Fatal Attractions Magneto a man embittered by loss Avalon a world created for the survival of his chosen people mutants sworn to follow a madman s lead Charles Xavier the most powerful mind on earth whose Dream for pe

    Magneto a man embittered by loss Avalon a world created for the survival of his chosen people mutants sworn to follow a madman s lead Charles Xavier the most powerful mind on earth, whose Dream for peaceful co existence between humans and mutants may be the earth s last hope Wolverine the berserker mutant whose adamantium skeleton may be the very thing that destroMagneto a man embittered by loss Avalon a world created for the survival of his chosen people mutants sworn to follow a madman s lead Charles Xavier the most powerful mind on earth, whose Dream for peaceful co existence between humans and mutants may be the earth s last hope Wolverine the berserker mutant whose adamantium skeleton may be the very thing that destroys him.X Men X Force X Factor And Excalibur Still reeling from the death of one of their own they now face their greatest enemy in a battle that could mean the end of the world Collects X Factor 92, X force 25, Wolverine 25, Uncanny X Men 304, X Men 25, Wolverine 75 and Excalibur 71.

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    1. ~Lorna Dane (Polaris)When I started reading X-Men for 2015, my first ever review posted a day after New Year was the three-chaptered story about Magneto's descent to madness and eventual demise via getting blown up with his Asteroid M in X-Men (1993). It was also officially considered as writer Chris Claremont's retirement piece. Just four months later (specifically, last week), I reviewed The Uncanny X-Men issue #200 of 1985, which was about Magneto's trial in the international court and Xavier [...]

    2. Rereading old favorites from your teens may not be such a grand idea You realize that the plot holes and the senselessness attributed to much of today's popular culture is really nothing new and it applies to the things you have enshrined through the passage of time. Fatal Attractions is no different.Make no mistake, there is some of the grandest art in action comics in there (which makes today's situation seem all the more deplorable), but reading the collected edition with an adult's mind for [...]

    3. This is where characterizations start getting a little murky. I think the chief cause is new writers coming in with new takes (or misunderstandings) on characters. The other problem is that for this book the writers had a very obvious couple events they wanted to cause, so they were writing character motivations with the chief end in mind. Overall it is still a fun read. This was considered the X-Men 30th Anniversary celebratory event. It collects one issue from each of the X-titles running at t [...]

    4. I was going to give this 3 (or maybe 3.5) stars due to the unimpressive last few issues in the arc (one of them spends half the pages tracking a crashing plane that never seems to crash, while the other seems largely removed from the main story line), but when I thought back on some of the big things that happened earlier, I decided this collection was worth the full four stars.Fatal Attractions has a recurring theme between several of its characters: people pushing themselves to their moral lim [...]

    5. Una de las últimas sagas de la etapa "clásica" en los títulos mutantes, Atracciones Fatales es un típico producto de su época con un dramatismo algo desatado (que echa en falta la guía de Claremont) y la pirotecnia gráfica tan explotada en los '90. Guarda, sin embargo, varios puntos de interés; particularmente aquellos entroncados al -entonces- definitivo enfrentamiento entre Xavier y Magnus, cuyas consecuencias marcan los destinos de Coloso, Kitty Pryde y Wolverine. Para leer con perspe [...]

    6. A ver, a ver ¿Qué recuerdo de esta historia? Que lo leí en su momento en la edición de dos tomos que sacó Vid. Que el promedio de los dibujos no era particularmente destacable. Que la famosa escena en la que Magneto le quitaba el adamantium a Wolverine estaba mejor dibujada en la portada que dentro del cómic. Que en un sueño mientras se moría, Logan aparecía como un saco deshuesado (imagen que me impactó bastante en su momento). Y muy poco más. No creo que sea una historieta particula [...]

    7. Magneto and his Acolytes vs. Xavier and his X-Men, this came out so long ago, but the craziest thing to happen that I can remember was Magneto pulling the Adimantium out of Wolverines through his skin, after that he is feral Wolvie. It has been so long since I looked at these, I think these were the ones that had the hologram image on the cover, I do enjoy a good cross over, and I don't think i have all the individual copies but I would like to read this again.

    8. Kind of a mixed bag, as these large crossovers often are, but with enough high points (particularly Larry Hama's Wolverine issue) to make it worth your while.

    9. This was the first time I had read this story since it was originally published in the early 90s. I was surprised at how well it held up, mind you it wasn't great or anything, but it's still readable and a lot of the emotional hits still hold weight today (I don't think the Wolverine bone claw reveal will ever not be awesome). I'd probably give this 3.5 stars if it were possible, but it's definitely closer to three than four.

    10. Holy characters, batman! No but seriously if you've not read every x-man spinoff then you'll spend half your time trying to figure out who said what, much less their name / backstory / whatever. This was a collection of COMICS that took me SIX DINGDANG MONTHS TO FINISH. Finally forced myself past the finish line, no longer caring about almost any character, just wanting out.

    11. Meh De los 6 números que componen el crossover solo puedo rescatar 2.Como buen cómic noventero, llega a ser pesado leerlo por la gran cantidad de texto con la que uno se llega a encontrar por sus páginas.Otro buen aspecto es su valor de colección por los famosos hologramas que vienen en la portada si es que lo conseguiste por números individuales.

    12. "Even devoid of this intellectuality that I'm bringing into it Fatal Attractions is one of the crown jewels in the unraveling saga of the X-Men, and a good example that the title was not lost when Claremont left the series."Read the full review on TheBookCloset

    13. The Death of Illyana Rasputin to this day is still one of the hardest comics for me to read. The story of Colossus abandoning "The Dream" because of her death is truly sad. Let's not forget the biggest shock of all- Wolverine's Adamantium being ripped out. Who. Knew. Magneto. WOULD. Do. It!!!!!

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