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by Roger Cruz,Jeff Parker

eBook X-Men: First Class, Vol. 1: Tomorrow's Brightest download ISBN: 0785124268
Author: Roger Cruz,Jeff Parker
Publisher: Marvel (July 4, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 192
ePub: 1746 kb
Fb2: 1368 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Teenager
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Jeff Parker and Roger Cruz have constructed a wonderfully modernized version of the classic X-Men team. X-Men: First Class contains everything from iPods to the Internet, and portrays teenagers and life at boarding school exactly as it is, with the addition of super-powers of course.

Jeff Parker and Roger Cruz have constructed a wonderfully modernized version of the classic X-Men team. In this series the X-Men are teens who deal with the problems of puberty, homework, secret crushes and exams while simultaneously battling menaces such as the Lizard, demons, rogue computers, and alien entities not to mention other mutants.

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The beauty of First Class is the novelty ironically mixed with nostalgia.

Really good collection of stories by Jeff Parker, Roger Cruz and Kevin Nowlan returning to the early days of the X-Men's time at Xavier's School for Gifted Children, when Jean Gray was still Marvel Girl, fighting alongside Iceman, Angel, Cyclops and Beast with appearances from Scarlet Witch, Thor, Quicksilver and Dr Strange. The beauty of First Class is the novelty ironically mixed with nostalgia.

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For millions of years, mankind's place on Earth was unchallenged - until five young people paved the way for a new kind of human. While students at the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters, Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Angel, Beast and Iceman taught the world what it meant to be X-Men. These are the hidden stories of the team that laid the foundation of a mutant dynasty! Collects X-Men: First Class #1-8.
Comments: (7)
Zadora
This was not what I had expected but it was still a good read. The stories were very light with not a lot of characterization. The art is very cartoonish, not at all like the cover art. However, the stories are entertaining and worth reading and the book itself is very nicely put together. For a hardcover it was worth the price of buying it used for $10.
Hanelynai
The calendar is everything just as it's pictured and explained. I would recommend this calendar and any other calendars to anyone.
allegro
It's beatiful and perfect!
Tane
THe stories are light hearted at most simple and short. the art is grate I loved it cover and inside work are grate I dont think i haven seen this style before but I am loven it. I am hoping for a second book on the same level as this one.
NI_Rak
Jeff Parker and Roger Cruz have constructed a wonderfully modernized version of the classic X-Men team. X-Men: First Class contains everything from iPods to the Internet, and portrays teenagers and life at boarding school exactly as it is, with the addition of super-powers of course. In this series the X-Men are teens who deal with the problems of puberty, homework, secret crushes and exams while simultaneously battling menaces such as the Lizard, demons, rogue computers, and alien entities not to mention other mutants. The characters are easy to identify with and most are likable. My favorites were Iceman and Hank McCoy (Beast), with Angel a close second. Scott and Jean's budding romance is done well, and I found myself enjoying the cleverness of the writing (a particular scene where Prof X sends Iceman on an errand after reading Scott's mind to give him some private time with Jean is especially moving). Action fills the pages along with excellent art and vibrant colors that make the characters leap off the page. Great stand-alone stories and a wonderfully invigorating team dynamic makes this take on the early X-Men the most believable and enjoyable. I am very glad that I got to read about the old X-Men in their very first incarnation again. Three cheers for Parker and Cruz for an outstanding book.
Kerry
I do, and this hardcover reminds us of the fact.

Jeff Parker (the same man who brought us sleeper hits like "Goom Got Game!" or "Doom, Where's My Car?") returns us to Stan Lee's roster of the original five X-Men: Marvel Girl, Angel, Beast, Iceman and Cyclops.

They go on wacky adventures like a trip to the Arctic to meet an ancient civilization, or a trip to the Everglades to save Doctor Curtis Connors. There's a lot of humor in the book, and it's very lighthearted, but there's also a lot of heart. Jean, for example, talks to Scott about his power, his burden: "Just like a horse needs to run, you have to use your power." There's also an issue where the teens have to save Professor X, which is very touching about family values and teen power.

All the issues are self-contained, meaning there's a story in every issue that stands by itself. There are delightful easter eggs too, such as when Bobby makes ice claws on his hands, and Jean says "Oh please - big claws would be ridiculous!" or when the demon from the astral realm says "Rahh-jerrr-kruhhhzzz." Roger Cruz on art duties tells the stories well, and Marko Djrudjevic makes absolutely beautiful covers.

If you like fun comics, this is definitely worth your 25 bucks, and at amazon, 17 bucks is a steal. It's a fantastic book for kids as well.
Rolling Flipper
Contains the popular 8 issue mini series, that presented what those first years were like for the X-Men. Here the team consists of just Marvel Girl, Cyclops, Angel, Beast, and Iceman. A good book for those new to Marvel Comics.
This series has long been touted as an amazing take on the early X-Men, which was almost entirely penned by Stan Lee. I read nearly the entirety of that era, and while I like that from a history perspective, from an entertainment perspective: Boring!

X-Men First Class does nothing new or original. It takes the Stan Lee X-Men and merely gives them X-Boxes and modern cars. The stories are even drier. I never thought anyone could take the early silver age comics stories and make them worse, but these guys did.