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Back to title selection: Comics A: Astonishing X-Men: Xenogenesis Vol 1 Back to title selection: Comics A: Astonishing X-Men: Xenogenesis Vol 1. Astonishing X-Men has ratings and 96 reviews. Sesana said: This was actually pretty awful. I saw promise for Ellis writing the X-Men in The Ghost Box. : Astonishing X-Men: Xenogenesis (): Warren Ellis, Kaare Andrews: Books.
Collects Astonishing X-Men: Xenogenesis # Something's happening in the tiny East African city of Mbangwi. A newborn sprouts metal electrodes and explodes, taking out an entire hospital. Is this the first wave of mutant rebirth that the X-Men have been praying for? or something very, very different? Something sinister?. 12 May THE HEROIC AGE IS HERE! The superstar team of Warren Ellis and Kaare Andrews (SPIDER-MAN: REIGN) take X-Men into the Heroic Age! Something's happening in the tiny East African city of Mbangwi. Something that requires immediate investigation. A newborn. is the source for Marvel comics, digital comics, comic strips, and more featuring Iron Man, Spider-Man, Hulk, X-Men and all your favorite superheroes.
Astonishing X-Men is the name of four X-Men comic book series from Marvel Comics, the first two of which were limited series. The ongoing series began in , with its first run written by Joss Whedon and art by John Cassaday. It was then written by Warren Ellis with art by Simone Bianchi and Phil Jimenez. Daniel Way. 16 May While I'm openly skeptical about the introduction of the “Astonishing” brand, I can' t deny that the first issue of the recent “Astonishing Spider-Man/Wolverine” series was a great way to kick off the line. Marvel's second foray into that territory is also mutant-related, as Warren Ellis' “Astonishing X-Men” is reborn. 12 May By Dan Phillips Astonishing X-Men: Xenogenesis is the type of X-Men comic I expected and desired from Warren Ellis when he first took the reins of the Astonishing line from Joss Whedon. As someone who loves Ellis' work, loved Whedon's run, and can't stand the wank-fest of continuity and crossovers the.