|PRELUDE TO THE “DARK PHOENIX SAGA”|
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The prelude to the Dark Phoenix Saga storyline. Gift Uncanny X-men (1963) #112 “Magneto Appearance” to your friends and co-workers on the occasions of comic con and festivals. Available on Amazon.
Uncanny X-men (1963) #112 “Magneto Appearance”
Critically, Uncanny X-men (1963) #112 “Magneto Appearance” is the prelude to the Dark Phoenix Saga storyline. In fact, the comic announces changes to the world of the X-Men and the Scott Summers-Jean Grey romance.
Together, author Chris Claremont and artist John Byrne collaborate on the issue. Really, the writing shines on the predicament of the X-Men and Magneto’s triumph. Indeed, the art in the book is classic Byrne SCI-FI: dramatic, toned and colorful. Moreover, Magneto vs Phoenix.
PRODUCT FEATURE #1
This comic book showcases Uncanny X-men (1963) #112 “Magneto Appearance”. One good feature of this VALUABLE comic is that it is available in Comics format. It is published by Marvel Comics.
PRODUCT FEATURE #2
This comic has another feature. Another good feature of this comic is that it is available in Kindle format. It is published by Marvel Comics.
FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS
- Publisher: Marvel Comics.
- Language: English.
- Comics format available.
- Kindle format available.
- Publication Date: January 1, 1978.
CUSTOMER REVIEWS AND SCORES
To begin, Uncanny X-men (1963) #112 “Magneto Appearance” is the turning point for the X-Men in the BRONZE AGE and announces the avant-garde stories of the COPPER AGE. Importantly, it is a prelude to the Dark Phoenix Saga.
Moreover, the battle between Magneto and Phoenix shows the cosmic being’s limits and the beginning of her transformation into Dark Phoenix. Importantly, the X-Men are at a disadvantage against Magneto who emerges triumphant in his quest to destroy them.
Really, the issue is classic John Byrne with sci-fi themes of world conquest, loneliness and cosmic battles. Also, you can collect the Uncanny X-Men Omnibus Vol. 1 (Uncanny X-Men (1963-2011)) which contains Giant-Size X-Men #1, X-Men (1963) #94-131, X-Men Annual (1970) #3.
This product has 7 global ratings with a 4.7 customer review rating. There are no reviews.
Overall, this comic was great.
- Prelude to the Dark Phoenix Saga storyline.
- Legendary editorial team.
- Collected in the Uncanny X-Men Omnibus Vol. 1 (Uncanny X-Men (1963-2011))
OUR PRODUCT REVIEW RATING:
I recommend this comic as the turning point in X-Men continuity in the Bronze Age.