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Read X-Men: Days of Future Past comic online free and high quality. Fast loading speed, unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next page. Use this to play stories inspired by the comic book, X-Men: Days of Future Past. ▻ We've Download it here: kaz-news.info ▻ The rules. Journey into the dystopian future -- where Sentinels stalk the Earth, and the X- Men are humanity's only hope until they die!.

I think you could debate this from both sides, so I'll side with those that believe it is one of the greatest because it was ahead of its time. Fans de los autores y del personaje. Oct 29, Olivia rated it liked it. I kept forgetting to write this, so this is probably not as of an insightful review as it could have been. This is my second X-Men experience brought on completely by the upcoming movie. I definitely liked it better than The Wolverine.

It was shorter but it was a lot more action packed. I can see the great potential in an awesome X-Men movie storyline here. The whole excessive internal narrative was a little annoying, but it helped to give some background information that me as a new-ish X-Men r I kept forgetting to write this, so this is probably not as of an insightful review as it could have been.

The whole excessive internal narrative was a little annoying, but it helped to give some background information that me as a new-ish X-Men reader wouldn't have known otherwise. Jan 03, Michael Gordon rated it really liked it Shelves: Finally got the chance to read this classic tale of time travel and war on mutantkind.

Refreshing to read an epic tale that lasts for a couple of issues as opposed to today's multi-tilte crossovers. If you enjoyed the movie, you should definitely read the original source material. Feb 19, Micah Siegmund rated it it was amazing. Days of Future Past is a classic comic story in every sense. Originally published in Uncanny X-Men s back in , this one has it all: Dystopian future, time travel, high stakes and tragedy.

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Solid story by Chris Claremont and great art by John Byrne. A little dated now but holds up very well. A lot of current entertainment has this book to thank, and I am irrationally excited for the upcoming movie Dec 10, Quinton Baran rated it really liked it. A decent two issue compilation of a classic X-Men story - these classic X-Men stories are very good and the art for this book is also.

I'm not especially a fan of time travel stories, but this one was a little above average probably because it isn't clear what the consequences are of what occurs. I do enjoy stories involving the sentinels and also the brotherhood of evil mutants. Aug 30, Roman Colombo rated it really liked it Shelves: It's so strange that such an important story in the X-Men mythos is only 2 issues long.

Claremont really did know how to hit stories hard and fast, while laying groundwork for the next one. If it weren't for some of the cheesy narration, and some grammatical errors, I'd easily give it five stars. Aug 18, Jemiah Jefferson rated it really liked it.

Spectacular storytelling - one of the ultimate tales in comics history. Believe the hype.

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John Byrne's art is basically just right, and he created some iconic imagery. Read this, please, if you want to understand me as a person - I felt understood as a person when I read it Dec 31, Alexandra Freire rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mar 13, Wombo Combo rated it did not like it. Thank goodness they don't write comics in this style anymore.

Jan 20, Hayley rated it it was amazing. Feb 10, Ian rated it it was amazing Shelves: This and other Chris Claremont books reviewed here: Aug 18, Wesley rated it it was amazing.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Jul 15, Trey Piepmeier rated it liked it. Another classic X-Men tale that I feel kind of lukewarm about. I really dislike the over-explanation in every panel.

But I guess that's the way things were back then and a way to move the story fairly quickly without having to be clever.

And I guess it's just Claremont. It wasn't horrible, though except Angel's costume. It was a fun story overall as much fun as a post-apocalyptic story can be. I really liked John Byrne's illustrations. I also like the halftone dots or whatever they're calle Another classic X-Men tale that I feel kind of lukewarm about. I also like the halftone dots or whatever they're called in this edition.

I have a rant brewing about reprinted comics that don't look even vaguely like the original pulp. This seems like a good reproduction. Aug 15, Jason rated it really liked it Shelves: I prefer this telling of the Days of Future Past story to the film -- especially the Sentinels, which I think are much more sinister as super robots than as DNA-charged mutants themselves -- but I understand why they made the changes they did.

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This collection reprints the two original issues of Uncanny X-Men without colour correction or extra features, but it also only cost me give bucks.

A nice, quick blast from my comic-reading past. Dec 06, Moony rated it it was amazing Shelves: What a great story. I can't believe this was so short? I remember rereading it so many times as a kid and in my head it was some sort of huge epic.

It felt longer than [insert random Marvel cross-over here], proof that pacing and good storytelling are time-altering magic. Sep 18, J. Giovine rated it it was amazing. Apr 29, Adriana Cuellar rated it really liked it. Las mujeres con arrugas y los hombre con canas al por mayor.

Apr 18, Kathi rated it really liked it Shelves: Apr 15, Ely rated it it was amazing. Jun 07, Rob rated it really liked it.

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I love the story. The art is very eighties, but there are some epic pages. The dialogue leaves a lot to be desired. Overall though I loved it.

Jan 13, Amy rated it liked it Shelves: Apr 20, Jenina rated it it was amazing Shelves: Half of my childhood, basically. Sep 09, J rated it it was amazing.

Loved the plot line and artwork. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Readers Also Enjoyed. Graphic Novels Comics. About Chris Claremont. Chris Claremont. Chris Claremont is a writer of American comic books, best known for his year stint on Uncanny X-Men , during which the series became one of the comic book industry's most successful properties.

Claremont has written many stories for other publishers including the Star Trek Debt of Honor graphic novel, his creator-owned Sovereign Seven for DC Comics and Aliens vs Predator for Dark Hors Chris Claremont is a writer of American comic books, best known for his year stint on Uncanny X-Men , during which the series became one of the comic book industry's most successful properties.

He also wrote a few issues of the series WildC. This trilogy continues the story of Elora Danan from the movie Willow. In the s, he also wrote a science fiction trilogy about female starship pilot Nicole Shea, consisting of First Flight , Grounded!

Claremont was also a contributor to the Wild Cards anthology series. Other books in the series. I've been wanting to read this story for a couple decades and never got around to it. Was it worth the wait?

I'll let you know in a bit. The story itself is pretty cool. Angel is back and the rest of the lineup is pretty much the standard Byrne-Claremont lineup. The dystopian future was my favorite part of the story. I liked seeing Franklin Richards, Rachel Summers, and a wheelchair-bound Magneto, as well as both Wolverine and Colossus with white at the temples.

Do comic characters never go gray in a pattern other than the Reed Richards look? Speaking of Reed Richards, the graveyard with all the superhero headstones in it really sold how bad the future had become after Robert Kelly's death. As for the present day part of the story, it's pretty much standard superhero fare for the time. I did like that they hinted about a connection between Mystique and Nightcrawler way back then. One observation I had was that Wolverine's healing factor wasn't so ridiculous in either branch of the story.He actually dies from this.

She is the newest addition to the team.

Friend Reviews. Finally, I was sure Professor X was an important part of the tale, but Storm, Mystique, Kitty, Colossus, Wolverine and Franklin Richards were all much more important than the bald professor. Legacy vol. Once the mutants arrived at the church, they heard helicopters and sirens coming at them.

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