Peterson variant cover. This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available. Thanks to Jonah Jameson, anti-human sentiment hits an all-time high, endangering Peter Parker and his loved ones. Worse, just when matters couldn't get more perilous for the Parker family, the Green Goblin is unmasked--and the secret of his identity throws everyone's life into chaos!
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Limited 1 for 10 Retailer Incentive Variant Cover. Cover by Dave Johnson. But they might not get the chance to decide, as the Kingpin and his assassins-Bullseye, Elektra, Gladiator and Typhoid Mary-make their move! Magneto and his mutant army invade America How can the Master of Magnetism defeat a foe he cannot control? Find out as the United States becomes a war zone in the startling climax of the biggest story in the House of M's history!
Cover by Mike Perkins. Magneto strikes in the shattering conclusion! The ruler of the House of M has targeted the Sapien homeland established by the Hood and his gang. With his wrath about to fall on their city and its helpless citizens, will the villains take the money and run? Or will they stay and fight a suicidal battle against impossible odds? House of M starts here This prequel to House of M can be read before or after the main limited series, it makes sense at any point in the series.
House of M is an alternate universe that will have major, lasting consequences in the main Marvel Universe. This is the history of that universe.
House Of M: Civil War TPB
I love how the characters are brought to life and how they each face their own challenges in their own unique ways. This is the best X-men story line that I've read since Age of Apocalypse. Absolutely wonderful graphic novel that shows why Magneto ranks among the greatest comic book villains of all time, though his role here is more anti-hero than anything. The comic shows an alternate reality created by Scarlet Witch where Magneto rises to power and pretty much accomplishes everything he ever dreamed. Though the title is strange since it has no visible connection to the Civil War arc, it's a riveting story told with magenta-cape-fluttering-in-the-wind flair that's absolutely infec Absolutely wonderful graphic novel that shows why Magneto ranks among the greatest comic book villains of all time, though his role here is more anti-hero than anything.
Though the title is strange since it has no visible connection to the Civil War arc, it's a riveting story told with magenta-cape-fluttering-in-the-wind flair that's absolutely infectious, even as it addresses serious moral issues of revolution vs reform. Highly recommended to Magneto fans or fans of the X-men aspect of the Marvel Universe, which has sadly been forgotten with the passage of time It shows what a loss it is for the MCU to lack dynamic characters like Magneto, Wolverine, and Professor X, not to mention Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver, both of whom lost something central to their characters without their connection to Magneto.
Civil War: House of M (Trade Paperback)
Oct 31, Amanda Shepard Between-the-Shelves rated it really liked it Shelves: adult , graphic-novels. The background of how Magneto rose to power in the House of M storyline, you get a lot of insight into why the world becomes the way that it is. The writing here is fairly strong, and the art is compelling. You don't need this to understand House of M, but if definitely helps!
Jan 03, Todd Sorensen rated it liked it. Not bad, nothing special. Oct 02, taeli rated it liked it. Dec 12, J'aime rated it it was amazing Shelves: graphic-novel , marvel-dc. I've read three of the four House of M hardcover compilations and enjoyed them all. I never expected it to be the best of the lot outside of the main event itself! For such a small book, HoM Civil War sure packs a punch. As is usually the case, the best villains are those that are complex and with whom we can sympathize on some level.
And Magneto has always been top tier. Here, he is reimagined as an anti-hero. His tactics can be brutal, but he is fighting a war to save his people from oppression and death, which are harrowingly detailed in mutant concentration camps and worse. Overall, this is a fantastic and essential addition to the House of M event.
I am flabbergasted as to why Marvel has allowed this to go out of print. It really should have a hardcover edition, or at least have been included in the House of M main event hardcover release. Highly recommended.
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Qui finalmente lo vediamo rivoluzionare il mondo, lavorare fianco a fianco con Xavier, accerchiarsi dei suoi figli e creare un mondo dove i mutanti possono vivere sonni tranquilli. Y a veces, pasa lo contrario.
Hay un par de escenas rescatables, pero el conjunto es tan normalito que hasta aburre. En cuanto al dibujo: Correcto. Y punto. No me arrepiento de haberle dedicado unas horas de lectura a este comic, pero tampoco creo que me hubiera perdido de mucho de haberlo salteado. Si no, creo que se va a volver uno de los guionistas "esquivables". Aug 06, Ayleigh rated it liked it. I don't know why this books is a part of Marvel's Civil War books because I'm not sure it has anything to do with the other civil war events, but this book was really enjoyable for me.
The story was set in an alternate universe, because it's supposedly a universe that Scarlet Witch created during the time before the M-Day event. The story begins from Magneto's childhood so the book won't be confusing even to people who do not know anything about him. There was a lot of interesting things that ha I don't know why this books is a part of Marvel's Civil War books because I'm not sure it has anything to do with the other civil war events, but this book was really enjoyable for me.
There was a lot of interesting things that happened here, one of them being how Magneto and his family became the ruler of Genosha and the fight scene between Magneto and Bucky Barnes. The minus point that this book has is that it feels a little too fast paced sometimes, maybe because they tried to fit a lot of things into the story. I actually debated whether to give this book a 2. I settled for 3 because I personally enjoyed the book nonetheless.
At it's worst, the book is mediocre.
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This was the first Marvel comic that I've ever bought. Sep 15, Batsap rated it liked it Shelves: comics , library.
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Even though it was my first encounter with House of M, there was a brief note at the beginning explaining it, so I wasn't at a complete loss as to what was going on. It was an okay read - far more 'cartoon-y' than the actual Civil War storyline and it didn't seem so epic either. Certainly wasn't that good old brother fighting brother dramatics. The mutants and humans just seemed to be getting along with each other or should that be fighting in their usual way. But it was fun all the same.