Astonishing X-Men, Volume 5: Ghost Box

Astonishing X-Men, Volume 5: Ghost Box

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It's the book you've been waiting for! The superstar team of Warren Ellis and Simone Bianchi are ready to take the X-Men to the "Second Stage"! Messiah CompleX pulled the X-Men team together, Divided We Stand tore them apart. Now the X-Men are back to business - with a new look, a new base of operations, and a mystery to solve that will take them into previously uncharted territory and test them to their core!

Collects Astonishing X-Men #25-30, Ghost Boxes #1-2.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780785127888
Publisher: Marvel
Publication date: 12/09/2009
Series: Astonishing X-Men Series , #5
Pages: 184
Product dimensions: 6.40(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

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Astonishing X-Men, Volume 5: Ghost Box 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I hae to agree with everyone about this one. Honestly the worst astonishing xmen book i have read. The part where forge comes into play deserved to have words behind it. Also the ending was horribly done.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Missing ending dialogue
59Square on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Merideth says: This book, the first in the Astonishing X-Men relaunch without Joss Whedon, falls squarely in the "good not great" catergory. Ellis takes the story into a much more morally ambiguous place, with the much diminished X-Men, with a change in mission since mutants were virtually wiped out by the Scarlet Witch (House of M). It was interesting to see the team dynamic with a newly returned Storm, and see how the lack of mutants has changed the X-Men. This story delved a little bit too deeply into the X-Men backstory for me, but Ellis is an excellent writer, and managed to keep it accessible. Bianchi has a moodier style that former artist Cassady, but it fits with the newly grim X-Men.
grunin on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I'm a big fan of Warren Ellis, which is why I picked this up, but this is one of his most generic efforts. The story is nothing special, and the dialog has little of Ellis's usual sparkle. If I hadn't known it was his I would never have guessed. Bianchi's draftsmanship is gorgeous, but the page layouts are often poor, and the action sequences difficult to follow.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Missing dialogue.
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Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
Warren Ellis and his work have always been hit or miss for me in the past. I have loved some of his work while hating others. Here, sadly its much closer to hating it. His X-Men don't read like they've been the last two years or forty years for that matter. The villain's reveal was out of left field but not in a good way and the team's reaction to him and his demise was troubling. Simone Bianchi's art was......off. The characters looked ugly and dark but its just personal preference. Overall, this certainly doesn't live up to the hype.
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This sadly is when the title started getting bad art was find interesting story ideas but so slow an by the time you do get to the end you feel like your time was wasted reading it an at that point you dont care about ghost box