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Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM By Chris Claremont Louise Simonson Walter Simonson Ann Nocenti John Romita Jr. Bret Blevins Rick Leonardi Alan Davis

The Morlocks a community of mutant outcasts living beneath the streets of Manhattan The Marauders professional mutant assassins, employed by a mysterious evil to wipe the Morlocks out In between the two stand some of Marvel s most heroic X Men, X Factor, the New Mutants, Power Pack, Daredevil and the mighty Thor But taken by surprise by the Marauders overwhelming onThe Morlocks a community of mutant outcasts living beneath the streets of Manhattan The Marauders professional mutant assassins, employed by a mysterious evil to wipe the Morlocks out In between the two stand some of Marvel s most heroic X Men, X Factor, the New Mutants, Power Pack, Daredevil and the mighty Thor But taken by surprise by the Marauders overwhelming onslaught, can these disparate heroes hope to save any of the Morlocks COLLECTING Uncanny X Men 1963 210 214, X Factor 1986 9 11, New Mutants 1983 46, Thor 373 374, Power Pack 1984 27, Daredevil 238
  • Title: X-Men: Mutant Massacre
  • Author: Chris Claremont Louise Simonson Walter Simonson Ann Nocenti John Romita Jr. Bret Blevins Rick Leonardi Alan Davis
  • ISBN: 9780785167419
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Paperback

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Gianfranco Mancini Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
First mutant crossover ever and still one of the best ones, a death despair storyline changing the squad rooster almost untouched since Wein s deadly origin of the new international X Men into the badass X Girls one, the fall of Angel, the arrive of Psylocke and Dazzler, Wolvie vs Sabretooth first clawfest fights and much .Sadly the Power Pack X Factor issues aged not much well at all.
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Nicolo Yu Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
Mutant Massacre was the first of crossover events that occurred in the X Men line of titles annually It started as a sales initiative to push sales of its books during traditionally sluggish months.The storyline has several key moments, like the X Men Marauders slugfest, scores of mutant death, Psylocke s debut with the X Men and the first Wolverine and Sabretooth all out brawl It has a great artistic line up, featuring contributions from John Romita, Jr Walter Simonson, Alan Davis and Sal Busce [...]
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Ronyell Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
Introduction After I heard so many good reviews on this comic, I just had to read this and oh boy, I just have so much to say about this particular comic book I know that so many events had happened before X Men Mutant Massacre happened as was stated by the characters in this comic , but I wanted to read this so badly that I was willing to skip the last few issues of X Men just to get to this comic X Men Mutant Massacre was a first for me in many different ways it was the first X Men comic book [...]
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Stephen Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
3.0 stars I remember reading these when they first came out in the 80 s so it has been a while Good solid story about a group of evil mutants including Wolverine s nemesis Sabretooth hired to kill a group of underground mutants called the Morlocks Whole plot orchestrated by one of my favorite villains growing up, Mr Sinister.
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Stephen Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
This volume collects the most well executed Marvel comics event crossover I have read It may even be better than most of the even crossover comics I have read from any publisher.In this book, we have Uncanny X Men 210 214, X Factor 9 11, New Mutants 46, Daredevil 238, Power Pack 27, and Thor 373 374.There was no need for a Mutant Massacre series of comics to tie things together A reader of X Factor was not obliged to read all the others to know what was going on However, when read all together, [...]
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Erich Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
Ceilings consistently collapse to separate implacable enemies who had planned to fight to the death.
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Andrew Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
I was pretty interested in reading this again I had heard many people cite it as an important event for them in their comic readings since I had read it the first time When I read it, I was underwhelmed isn t the right word It just seemed to need some polish But my experience is far removed from when it released The people who spoke of its impact were probably far connected with it happening in the moment.This story created something of a monster for either good or bad The big X Men crossover e [...]
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Asciigod Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
This gets a Low 3 5 rating from me due to the wildly inconsistent quality of the titles involved in this crossover It s actually somewhat comical to have such disparate titles juxtaposed in a graphic novel collection Makes it completely clear just how new and unpolished this whole giant crossover gimmick was at the time Why is Thor involved in this Daredevil His appearance at least makes sense I guess Power Pack Are mutants immune to abortions Honestly, I love the X tinctio er Massacre concept L [...]
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Kyle Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
An important collection as it is the first major X men crossover event, but not a very enjoyable event.Many, MANY, mutants die, as implied by the title, and the tensions between mutant factions builds to a crescendo, testing individual allegiances The political landscape of the X men universe is broadened, but only just slightly.The best parts are the all out battle scenes, including, what I think is, the first Wolverine vs Sabertooth confrontation However, the artwork is not very clean or creat [...]
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David Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
Can t believe I m honestly enjoying 80 s X men It s a pretty solid little event with some really horrifying consequences for the teams involved Bit of a shame there s not a companion book with of the story collected Read this along side the first volume of Essential X Factor which I fell head over heals in love with Walt Simonson, duh Why is it that this material has not reprinted in color anywhere Roy Thomas labels the current age of comic books as the Age of Reprints He makes a good argument [...]
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Clint Davis Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
Some of the sharpest writing ever seen in Marvel comics The writers, most notably Chris Claremont, juggle dozens of characters across several storylines in telling a story of mutants under siege by humans and other mutants bent on wiping them out It s tough to keep up with all of it but the presentation of this collection is fantastic and the art is top shelf Many of these panels are downright gorgeous.The biggest bummer is that the story doesn t have anything resembling an ending If you re expe [...]
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Angela Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
The Marauders are massacring the morlock mutants in the tunnels The X men, X Factor, New Mutants, Thor and Power Pack go to help The storyline works really well, and it doesn t pull any punches with the horror of the situation The way the characters react is really well written, all want to protect the mutants, though a lot are not successful This was a game changer, it showed prejudice for what it is, and brought a sense of reality to the world of the mutants I particularly liked Thor trying to [...]
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Budd Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
the first crossover, it was pretty good My favorite panel is Colossus breaking the marauders neck seems overly brutal, but really shows the weightiness of the situation and the book most of the massacre takes place off panel, probably a product of the times, but you get a feeling for it through the characters.
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Kurt Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
In outline form, this story should be amazing By 1986 or so, the X Men had developed a couple of spin off titles X Factor, New Mutants and a variety of supporting and recurring characters medical staff working at the school, Morlocks wandering the tunnels beneath Manhattan, etc In this grim storyline, some unknown villains are on a clear mission from a shadowy figure to wipe out as many Morlocks as possible, and they re pretty good at it except when it comes to Morlocks who readers actually like [...]
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David Edmonds Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
Having read these issues for the first time when they were released by in the mid 80s, I can safely say that after 20 years, X Men Mutant Massacre can still stand on its own as a decent story Of course, it s severely dated in some circumstances, but if you can read it in the context for when it was written, where characters needed to be called by name in every issue to make sure the readers knew who they were, and the fashions that the characters were drawn in are so the 80s, if you can get pass [...]
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Kevruzz Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
X MEN MUTANT MASSACRE is the first major crossover event after X Men branched out into multiple spin off titles New Mutants X Factor Also along for the ride is Thor and the underage upstarts of Power Pack It s a surprise then that this story doesn t have going on.The 11 issue trade has no shortage of action, and all of it is well staged by the various artists involved The writers also have fun showing the same events from different perspectives in each title The new mercenary mutants the Maraud [...]
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Thomas York Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
X Men Mutant Massacre is a Marvel comics crossover published in 1986 featuring the X Men, X Factor, Power Pack, Daredevil and Thor The 11 part story arc focuses on the actions and fallout of the Marauders attack on the Morlocks, a group of ostracized mutants living in the tunnels under New York City Writers Chris Claremont, along with Louise and Walter Simonson, weave a loosely connected plotline between the various titles The primary focus are the X Books, specifically Uncanny X men and X Facto [...]
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Alazzar Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
Note Semi spoilers ahead You ve been warned This was a damn fine read, and could have earned a 5 star rating if there had been a satisfying ending Or, really, any ending at all.Throughout the book, I loved what I was reading With the exception of the Power Pack issue, because no one wants to read about eight year olds saving the world This is a fact The Marauders jumped into the Morlock tunnels and started slaughtering everything in sight, and I couldn t wait to find out what their motivation w [...]
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Maurice Jr. Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
This was a turning point in the X Men s storied history Just like the death of Phoenix threw the team in a whole new direction, so did the appearance of the Marauders.At this point, the team all the X teams actually needed a break Between an unexpected trip to Asgard, losing Professor X and getting Magneto as their new headmaster, dealing with the Beyonder and the Secret Wars 2, losing Phoenix Rachel Summers and getting their butts kicked by Nimrod, they needed time to recover So naturally their [...]
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Silas Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
As graphic novels go, this is very long, and involves a fairly large cast of characters in some events that weirdly tie together with the continuity of the day It requires you to have some knowledge of what is going on with Thor, Daredevil, the New Mutants, the X Men, and the whole X Factor X Terminators thing I had some grounding in those things, but found that the little notes were pretty helpful on certain other things These are definitely old style comics, with a lot of exposition and tons o [...]
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Christopher Munroe Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
The first really massive X Family crossover storyline of the franchise, and reading it over it s not a surprise that it wound up being the first of many Spreading it over three series five if you count the non X tie ins allowed greater scale and scope, which in turn heightened the drama of what was happening.And A LOT was happening Plot threads starting here inform the involved series for years to come, some are still colouring how the X Universe runs, and characters introduced continue to be im [...]
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Mindy Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
As someone who joined the comic industry as a reader in the early 90 s I missed much of the golden age of comics, as well as the cringe worthy 80sbut now have enough disposable income to re discover those story and pot lines that I was never able to fully enjoy.What makes these past stories so cringe worthy is the writing Not neccesarily the plot lines, but the dated dialogue, costumes, and narration style that are all appallingly BAD In the X Men mythos, this story is pretty pivotal, so it was [...]
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Tom Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
X Men Mutant Massacre was one of the first non Spider Man comics I ever read I ve never forgotten it, and been an X Men fan ever since, and my re read just confirmed all of my warm fuzzies about it.The story line initially ramps up a little slow, especially if you don t remember the stuff going on at the time, and the art seems a little dated, but well, it is But it soon hits a peak that runs for most of the book It gives you everything you re looking for in a good book suspense, heartbreak, and [...]
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syrin Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
Ahhh, there s nothing better than taking a trip down nostalgia lane and reading some classic X Men I missed you, my friends, I really really did Mohawk Storm, pre ninja Psylocke, kick ass Rogue, pre Liefeld New Mutants, hell, even Dazzler and the Power Pack have cameos Now if only Thor hadn t showed up this would have been a perfect TPB, but alas, the powers that be demanded a crossover, and a crossover we had Still, this is one of my favorite x storylines Here s hoping no one ever decides to ma [...]
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Shannon Appelcline Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
Nice to have the first major X over available in an attractive oversized hardcover The changes and upsets that occur in this volume are really quite startling, even decades later As for the issues themselves there s a range of quality Claremont s X Men are quite good, especially the earlier issues, while New Mutants is almost up to that caliber The X Factor are decent and better than Simonson s later work The Thor are too focused on their own plots and the Power Pack is kinda meh Only the Darede [...]
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Ben Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
I m not sure how much of my enjoyment of this book is colored by my enjoyment of it when the individual issues came out over twenty years ago Some sections, particularly those written by Chris Claremont hold up quite well Some sections, particularly those issues from Thor and Power Pack a group of super powered children seem quite out of place both tonally and plot wise Some bits still have the power to give me chills, even after all these years.
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Jason Mock Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
The comics collected here are indicative of the 80 sscene writers Claremont and Simonson, artists Davis and Romita, Jr, concepts and ideas laying plot groundwork for decades to come, line wide crossover formats still used everyfew months to this day, exposition heavy dialogue.It s a classic, but hard to get through at times for modern comics reader.
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Kurt Rocourt Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
It s not a home run but it s a classic X Men story The fights are tough and brutal The number of dead and injured is very high in the story It seems weird going from X Men to Thor to Power Pack but that s all part of the story It doesn t feel like it ends when the book ends The story seems like it needs a part two to wrap it all up Still it s a classic story to read.
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Ryan Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
These comics came out before I started reading comics But only a few months before When I got hooked on X Men, I found all of these in the back issues bin God I am tired of Cris Claremont s writing style He should have devised the plots and let someone else do the dialogue Anyway, it s still a fun read for me But I know that my enjoyment is slightly fueled by nostalgia.
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Kevin Fanning Apr 11, 2021 - 22:30 PM
A timeless classic of course 5 stars from 12 year old me, 4 with the benefit of hindsight Thor feels pretty plunked, right And there are some continuity errors that bespeak the importance of cross team communication And that the series ends with a focus on Psylocke is weird, because, you know, who cares about Psylocke No offense, Psylocke Xavier shippers.
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X-Men: Mutant Massacre By Chris Claremont Louise Simonson Walter Simonson Ann Nocenti John Romita Jr. Bret Blevins Rick Leonardi Alan Davis The Morlocks a community of mutant outcasts living beneath the streets of Manhattan The Marauders professional mutant assassins, employed by a mysterious evil to wipe the Morlocks out In between the two stand some of Marvel s most heroic X Men, X Factor, the New Mutants, Power Pack, Daredevil and the mighty Thor But taken by surprise by the Marauders overwhelming onThe Morlocks a community of mutant outcasts living beneath the streets of Manhattan The Marauders professional mutant assassins, employed by a mysterious evil to wipe the Morlocks out In between the two stand some of Marvel s most heroic X Men, X Factor, the New Mutants, Power Pack, Daredevil and the mighty Thor But taken by surprise by the Marauders overwhelming onslaught, can these disparate heroes hope to save any of the Morlocks COLLECTING Uncanny X Men 1963 210 214, X Factor 1986 9 11, New Mutants 1983 46, Thor 373 374, Power Pack 1984 27, Daredevil 238

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