Avengers vs. X-Men: It's Coming

Allan Heinberg Jason Aaron Brian Michael Bendis Jeph Loeb Jim Cheung Adam Kubert Olivier Coipel Ed McGuinness

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Avengers vs. X-Men: It's Coming

Avengers vs. X-Men: It's Coming By Allan Heinberg Jason Aaron Brian Michael Bendis Jeph Loeb Jim Cheung Adam Kubert Olivier Coipel Ed McGuinness Avengers vs X Men It s Coming Seven action packed tales to get you up to speed for the biggest comic event of Four teams Avengers X Men Young Avengers and X Factor all battle to determine who will hold the Scarlet Witch res

  • Title: Avengers vs. X-Men: It's Coming
  • Author: Allan Heinberg Jason Aaron Brian Michael Bendis Jeph Loeb Jim Cheung Adam Kubert Olivier Coipel Ed McGuinness
  • ISBN: 9780785164975
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Paperback
  • Avengers vs. X-Men: It's Coming By Allan Heinberg Jason Aaron Brian Michael Bendis Jeph Loeb Jim Cheung Adam Kubert Olivier Coipel Ed McGuinness Seven action packed tales to get you up to speed for the biggest comic event of 2012 Four teams Avengers, X Men, Young Avengers and X Factor all battle to determine who will hold the Scarlet Witch responsible for her crimes Cyclops and Wolverine square off in the climax of the SCHISM event Magneto gets caught on video murdering an anti mutant group Cable returns frSeven action packed tales to get you up to speed for the biggest comic event of 2012 Four teams Avengers, X Men, Young Avengers and X Factor all battle to determine who will hold the Scarlet Witch responsible for her crimes Cyclops and Wolverine square off in the climax of the SCHISM event Magneto gets caught on video murdering an anti mutant group Cable returns from the future with Hope and later tries to eliminate the Avengers from history COLLECTING AVENGERS THE CHILDREN S CRUSADE 7, X MEN SCHISM 5, MAGNETO NOT A HERO 1, XMEN SECOND COMING 1, HOUSE OF M 8, X SANCTION 1, material from POINT ONE 1
    Avengers vs. X-Men: It's Coming By Allan Heinberg Jason Aaron Brian Michael Bendis Jeph Loeb Jim Cheung Adam Kubert Olivier Coipel Ed McGuinness

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    One thought on “Avengers vs. X-Men: It's Coming

    1. Colleen on said:

      Meh, it s a mishmash of related stories tied together by the thinnest of threads.

    2. Jessica on said:

      Essentially, this is a mismatched collection of teaser titles that came just before the Avengers vs X Men got started properly All of them are parts of larger arcs that eventually fed into the whole huge Avengers vs X Men battle Individually, none of them stand up well on their own Few, in fact, make any sense in isolation.If you can get hold of it at the library, it s worth looking at it to reread the end of the House of M storyline which I m kind of wanting to reread now I vaguely remembered i [...]

    3. Sonic on said:

      I probably gave all or most of this material at least 3 stars THE FIRST TIME I read and reviewed it, but since this was one big fat RE PRINT, I feel a measly 2 stars is appropriate.Glad I got this from the library is all I can say.

    4. Craig on said:

      This is a confusing collection of stories It s like teasers for other series.

    5. Sam Quixote on said:

      This is a collection of key single issues from several X Men and Avengers titles there s no original material here That said it is a decent summary of those books which primes the reader who doesn t want to read these books in order to enjoy the upcoming X Men Vs Avengers book There are single issues from each of the following books House of M which sets up the Mutant Drought where there were no mutants thanks to Scarlet Witch Second Coming where Hope appears, the first mutant on Earth for year [...]

    6. Jacob on said:

      Public library copy A mixed bag of older stories through the years of different titles telling tales of Avengers and X Men Unfortunately, much of what was in the book I d already read before and none of the stories really offered anything about Marvel s current epic cross over event AvX Except, I guess Jean Grey is coming back For like the billionth time There s a lot of top talent on these books, but there s nothing to connect one story after the other so any new reader is going to either have [...]

    7. Ian Williamson on said:

      Not exactly what I was expecting.I thought this was a prequel to the avengers vs xmen story In a way it is, it s important stories that link into the crossover and helped shape it The issues here are tasters and a good way for Marvel to try to get new readers to try different titles I d read a couple of the stories in this volume and after reading some I wouldn t mind reading some of the others I wouldn t recommend to everyone as I can imagine it s quite a frustrating read for some, only reading [...]

    8. Jim on said:

      This series was okay but it was a random collection of issues in support of the upcoming Avengers Vs X men series and was kinda scattered and not a coherent collection It jumped around to different groups and characters without some background in the current titles, this leaves a reader wondering what is going on There are about 8 issues collected and they support each other but do not tell a continuous story.

    9. Terry Collins on said:

      A pointless collection of one shots and stories taken out of sequence as a set up for the big Avengers vs X Men war that rises and falls on the creative teams involved Thirteen creators are credited on the cover alone There s no real story here so much as a series of tales that definitely do NOT stand alone A big ol mess that makes even the weaker sections of the Marvel Civil War titles look good.

    10. Todd on said:

      Solid for what it is Key issues from different miniseries that will help prime you for AvX in case it s been a while since you read them.Worth checking out from the library or tracking down all the trades for each of the presented stories to read them in their glory I m going to have to track down Magneto because I missed that story line along the way.

    11. Debbie on said:

      This book collects 7 issues from a variety of X Men and Avengers series, and I assume is setting up further the conflict that will be part of the Avengers vs X Men series It contains issues from House of M, Avengers The Children s Crusade, and Avengers X Sanction, all of which I just read, so really there were only 4 new stories for me I ll be interested to see where this all goes

    12. Robert Wright on said:

      A bit of a mixed bag of stories, ostensibly to fill in the back story leading to the giant crossover.Having not read said crossover yet, it s hard to say whether it does a good job at that.Still, some fun stories here Just doesn t stand alone or make sense as a collection at this point.Rating review may be changed once I make it through the epic.

    13. Kassie on said:

      The stories themselves are good but I would have preferred paying for stories or getting a full arc The book is a bunch of pieces of various arcs that lead up to Avengers vs X Men and it gets really confusing trying to keep every arc straight Two stars because the art is good but it s too confusing to get the point of any arc across.

    14. Jamie Sigal on said:

      The stories themselves are all good, but the two star rating comes from making me buy material I ve already read elsewhere If you re at all familiar with events in the Marvel Universe over the last ten years, you don t need this to get into an enjoy the action of the main Avengers vs X Men title However, if you haven t read a Marvel comic over the past decade, then yes, read this first.

    15. Aaron Swensen on said:

      The individual stories I d rate higher than 3 but they lacked much context as a collection The collection as a whole gets inly 2 stars because it s not it doesn t stand well on its own It works OK as a previously on Definitely not required reading for AvX, but a way to get you up to speed on the events leading up to it.

    16. Susan Rodgers on said:

      I loved all the stories in here, but they weren t complete I ve got a lot of other issues to go pick up in order to fill in the gaps from what I ve missed However, I m excited to read Avengers vs X men so it s good that I ve been prepped I ll definitely be reading ALL of those instead of jumping around.

    17. Sadie-jane (sj) nunis on said:

      individually they are brilliant I enjoyed them all reading them together I felt just confused the reader The 2 stars are for how amazing the issues are on their own wow This as a compilation just doesn t do it for me oh wells

    18. Bear on said:

      No dedication, alas Fun read, but it s simply a collection of stories where the paths of the X Men cross with that of the Avengers and therefore is a bit of a jumble It really made me want all the in between stories, too now I have to find them so it makes sense.

    19. Alyssa Greatbanks on said:

      Although The Avengers vs The X Men story seemed to be interesting, this book only had the first issue of many different series s, so you really couldn t tell, and you didn t get a whole lot of story from each of them, which seemed to be mostly un related to each other.

    20. Peter on said:

      This is a perfect example of what I dislike about super hero comics stories stretched across multiple titles, no common thread or plot, no continuation of story This was a thrown together collection of single issues that was kind of a waste of time.

    21. Rosa on said:

      This volume pulled one issue from several of the story lines that led up to A vs X I felt myself getting frustrated b c I wanted to finish those individual story lines I feel like I could have skipped this.

    22. Fraser Sherman on said:

      Be warned, this isn t an actual story arc leading into A vs X, it s like a story sampler from multiple different events children s crusade, House of M ending, Mutant Messiah encouraging you to Get The Whole Thing I remained unmoved A waste of time.

    23. Dan on said:

      As a few others have already said this is a collection of oneshots that were already available in other volumes Just a few were new to me.

    24. Rowena Tylden-Pattenson on said:

      Needed Rogue and Nightcrawler Comic books are good though.Was kinda detatched, especially the last one

    25. Mario on said:

      MehThis really isn t vital reading before picking up Avengers vs X men In fact, it left me confused than anything

    26. (Jen) The Artist Librarian on said:

      I think this would have been better if I read the actual comic book series titles these issues were from It totally felt disjointed to me.

    27. Nicole Jade on said:

      This was a really action packed collection Love how all of it flowed.holy shit at Cable vs Cap

    28. Joe on said:

      A mismatched primer of random interesting intersecting series I d rather see this than civil war What the Avengers really need is for Magneto to kick their asses

    29. Trey on said:

      The disparate issues of various event comics don t tell a compelling single narrative, but this is a decent primer if you need to catch up for Avengers vs X Men.

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