Cover image for Extraordinary X-Men. Vol. 1, X-Haven
Extraordinary X-Men. Vol. 1, X-Haven
Publication Information:
New York, NY : Marvel Worldwide Inc., a subsidary of Marvel Entertainment, LLC, c2016
Physical Description:
1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm
General Note:
Chiefly illustrations.

"X-Men created by Stan Lee & Jack Kirby."

"Contains material originally published in magazine form as Extraordinary X-Men #1-5."
"With the fate of mutantkind in the balance, it's an All-New, All-Different beginning for the X-Men! Staring down a threat to her race like nothing seen before, Storm pulls together the group she'll need to ensure mutants' survival -- including Iceman, Jean Grey, Colossus and Magik! But can Storm and Iceman protect the last remaining mutants from a demonic attack? As a new child of the atom discovers her terrifying power, an old foe compounds the horror: Mister Sinister will bring the team face-to-face with their greatest fear. But can anyone be ready for the very first meeting of Old Man Logan and young Jean Grey? Bring all the hate and fear you want, they will fight to their last breath to survive the experience. They're the X-Men, they're facing down extinction, and they will be Extraordinary!"--provided by publisher.


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The fate of mutantkind is decided here! Staring down the threat of extinction once more, veteran X-Man Storm pulls together the team she'll need to ensure her race's survival. Together, these Extraordinary X-Men will struggle with the familiar burden of being hated and feared, while facing threats the likes of which they've never seen. Here's hoping they survive the experience! Collecting: Extraordinary X-Men 1-6

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Booklist Review

Tapping into The X-Men's central metaphor of racial fear, Lemire faces his characters with both the sterilization of their species and the deepening hatred of a world that sees them as disease-carrying monsters. Nevertheless, defending against lynch mobs, a demon attack on their Limbo-based headquarters, or contending with gene-engineer Mister Sinister, they staunchly carry forward a message of hope and tolerance. Lemire acknowledges and dismisses The X-Men's heavy, heavy burden of continuity with a strategic it's complicated and simply weaves their history smoothly into his story, producing a book that honors longtime fans and also works as a good entry point for new readers. While he assembles a team composed of several faces recognizable to moviegoers, an aged Wolverine and a de-aged Jean Grey benefit most from Lemire's pedigree as a writer of complex emotional landscapes as the characters confront personal dilemmas of guilt and responsibility. Ramos' heavily manga-influenced art is in keeping with a contemporary aesthetic, but his battle scenes are obfuscatingly chaotic, and Lemire's story would've been better matched by a more emotionally nuanced style.--Karp, Jesse Copyright 2016 Booklist