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House of M: Uncanny X-Men Paperback – January 25, 2006
House of M: Uncanny X-Men Paperback – January 25, 2006. by. Chris Claremont (Author). Claremont's very brief re-launch of Excalibur III seemed to lead to Davis and Claremont turning the Uncanny X-men into a backdoor for the original Excalibur characters to come out and play: Captain Britain's role as protector of the Multiverse collapses in the House of M and in that reality, the Braddocks are the royal family of Britain. The result is fun but seems completely out of place as Uncanny X-Men title and barely related to Bendis's House of M. It is, however, worth the price of admission to see Claremont and Davis work together again.
X-Men: Reload By Chris Claremont Vol. 1: The End of History (X-Men Reloaded By Chris Claremont). The Uncanny X-Men Omnibus Vol. 1 (Marvel Omnibus: Uncanny X-Men). It's pure pleasure to see his rendering of Wolverine and other long-established comic powerhouses, as well as the new additions Marvel has trotted out over the years. I wholeheartedly recommend this volume of "mutie" adventures-thus far, it's the only unmitigatedly great collection of X-Men material I've encountered.
This book collects Uncanny X-Men 462 - 465. It was written by long-time X-Men writer Chris Claremont and pencilled . It was written by long-time X-Men writer Chris Claremont and pencilled by two of my favourite arists - Alan Davies and Chris Bachalo. I know Claremont's work from various X-Men books but primarily from the original Excalibur series from the late eighties. Davis also worked on that series as well as the fabulous, Alan Moore penned, . and Quinch from 2000AD. Alan Davis and Chris Bachalo ably take on the artistic duties of the issues in this collection, and they do a great job of developing some new looks for iconic characters, and revealing some alternate versions of people we're already familiar with.
Uncanny X-Men, originally published as The X-Men, is an American comic book . He was replaced in turn with Alan Davis, as plotter, from issue (Mar. 1999) to
Uncanny X-Men, originally published as The X-Men, is an American comic book series published by Marvel Comics since 1963, and is the longest-running series in the X-Men comics franchise. Writer Chris Claremont looks through a copy of a hardcover X-Men volume that collects many of the issues he wrote, March 2012. 1999) to
This book collects Uncanny X-Men 462 - 465. It was written by long-time X-Men . Despite being a Chris Claremont book (and therefore with my expectations being sky-high) this book just did not go down well. Despite being a Chris Claremont book (and therefore with my expectations being sky-high) this book just did not go down well with me.
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Variant Covers of this Issue. House of M: Uncanny X-Men (Trade Paperback). Penciller (cover): Alan Davis.
Variant Covers of this Issue. Published: February 08, 2006.
Chris Claremont is an American writer that has wrote a prolific amount of X-Men related material, more than any other writer.
Fans of Chris Claremont's run on "Uncanny X-Men" received some good news today. At a panel held at last weekend's Mid Ohio Con, artist Alan Davis revealed that he would pencilling Marvel Comics' "Uncanny X-Men" and would be joined by writer Chris Claremont for those stories. Elayne Riggs moderated said panel and detailed the story on her blog