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X-Men: Fallen Angels By Mary Jo Duffy Kerry Gammill Marie Severin Joe Staton,

  • Title: X-Men: Fallen Angels
  • Author: Mary Jo Duffy Kerry Gammill Marie Severin Joe Staton
  • ISBN: 9780785155294
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the pages of X Factor Madrox and Siryn From the pages of New Mutants Sunspot and Warlock From the pages of X Force the Vanisher and Boom Boom Mix these six unlikely allies with Devil Dinosaur, super strong lobsters and some teenage runaways, and you ve got the Fallen Angels What wonders await these strange heroes of Beat Street in the paradise of Coconut Grove From the pages of X Factor Madrox and Siryn From the pages of New Mutants Sunspot and Warlock From the pages of X Force the Vanisher and Boom Boom Mix these six unlikely allies with Devil Dinosaur, super strong lobsters and some teenage runaways, and you ve got the Fallen Angels What wonders await these strange heroes of Beat Street in the paradise of Coconut Grove
    X Men Fallen Angels From the pages of X Factor Madrox and Siryn From the pages of New Mutants Sunspot and Warlock From the pages of X Force the Vanisher and Boom Boom Mix these six unlikely allies with Devil Dinosaur su

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    1. What do you get when you take Sunspot Warlock from the New Mutants and X Factor Trainee Boom Boom with Devil Dinosaur Moon Boy and a couple of sentient cyborg lobsters Hijinxs shenanigans galore Fallen Angels is one of the weirdest, non sensical comics to come out of Marvel and it surprisingly holds up fairly well all these years later One problem that it does suffer from is a that the rotating artists from issue to issue or chapter to chapter in this collected format is a bit distracting While [...]

    2. One of the interesting X Spinoffs of the mid 80s Sunspot leaves the New Mutants in a huff, and Warlock goes with him Siryn and Multiple Man go looking for them, and they meet a mishmash of minor mutants and brand new characters calling themselves the Fallen Angels The stories are lots of fun and the art is really cool.Sunspot was always a bit too whiny for my tastes, but he does undergo some character growth in this book Warlock is always a blast, and I love the campy tone and the creative art [...]

    3. While not one of the better know stories of the new mutants it is by far one of my favorite little known stories I remember reading it when I was younger and I did not realize then what it would mean to me now to have a story that was just fun A story about facing yourself and your mistakes and who you are at the tender young teenage years that are the time when you find yourself and are so important Somewhere I still have the original eight issues and I cherish them as I do all my comics from m [...]

    4. My tour of 1980 s Marvel comics has revealed a hidden gem In 1987, even though I was a New Mutants fan, I paid no attention to the Fallen Angels limited series Too bad It was a lot of fun to read.The main focus in the series is the coming of age quest for Roberto Bobby da Costa aka Sunspot Yes, the same Sunspot who has become a leader of the Avengers in recent 2015 2016 Marvel continuity After a mishap that injured one of his New Mutant teammates, Bobby runs away Warlock, an alien member of the [...]

    5. Going into this Bobby was my least favourite new mutant, for basically the reasons given in this tpb, however Warlock was one of, if not my favourite new mutant, and boom boom was a character I wanted to read of so I was pretty excited to read this Often strange and non nonsensical but with moments of real heart and learning for bobby who I have a new appreciation of which I hope to carry into the rest of my new mutant reading I actually really enjoyed this mini series I would definitely recomm [...]

    6. Fun, short read It was like reading a Saturday morning cartoon featuring a mix of mutants and cyborgs The Fallen Angels cast was very entertaining and were only complimented with the addition of Warlock and Boom Boom I was actually a little bummed out once I turned the page to the last issue, I could have read a dozen issues revolving around The Fallen Angels I would recommend it to any Marvel fan who wants to read something a little light hearted with a cast of colourful characters.Pros and C [...]

    7. This 1987 X Men spinoff is certainly a distinctive book With a collection of characters seemingly selected at random and a plot that stretches about 3 issues of story into an 8 issue shaggy dog tale, it s sounds like it should be a disaster But the quirky sense of humor and fun character moments make it a pretty entertaining amble of a book.

    8. A bit simple but not bad For something with some age on it, it read fairly modern though with a garish color palette It wasn t especially deep but it had a good cast of characters And Bobby and Warlock were done well here, especially Warlock 3.5 of 5.

    9. Different characters from different groups joins togehter and form the Fallen Angels It was ok but nothing spectacular.

    10. A bizarre little miniseries, I probably would have enjoyed this had Sunspot not been the central character His monologues were the definition of boring.

    11. Too silly for me and the story, by the end of it, is just too inconsequential For an 8 part comic one would wish for a story which deserved the length granted this one.

    12. A fun and silly side quest through a random assortment of characters including my personal favourite Bill the Lobster that is held back by changing creative teams and a rushed final issue.

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