- Tapa blanda: 248 páginas
- Editor: Marvel Comics; Edición: 01 (29 de enero de 2013)
- Colección: Generation X
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0785166866
- ISBN-13: 978-0785166863
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Generation X Classic - Volume 2 (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 29 ene 2013
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Collects adventures of Generation X, including trouble on a recruiting trip to Manhattan; searching for why Banshee's ancestral castle vanished; and welcoming a new student, the laid-back Mondo.
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New readers will like the clever takes on X-Men lore. For example, the Gen-X students train in the Danger Grotto, not the Danger Room. And many if their powers are updates of classics (Skin just has 6 feet of extra skin instead of stretching like Mr. Fantastic. Synch can sense mutants near him and temporarily use their powers. Husk rips off her skin to reveal a new form instead of transforming into something else.)
Generation X is a fun read. Be warned though, when a new artist and writer take over the series, the quality suffers. I powered through it, but it was not the same experience as the beginning. It was just... different.
--Generation X Annual '95
--Generation X San Diego Preview
Bonus: Pin-up Art Gallery
Following from the successful series launch (see X-Men: Generation X Classic, Vol. 1 ) writer Scott Lobdell continues to an excellent run on one of the most successful junior X-Men titles. Jubilee is always at the heart of this young mutant team as they bounce from a run in with Morlock terrorists to an all out battle with Omega Red. The charm of the Generation X team is largely their lack of off-the-charts superpowers. Jubilee can shoot fireworks from her fingers. Skin can stretch his skin. Husk can shed layers of skin. Chamber and M round out the team with a bit more formidable firepower. The unlikely pair of Banshee and Emma Frost serve as headmasters.
The artwork in these collected issues starts strong with Chris Bachalo's brilliant work in issues 5 & 6. Val Semeiks' artwork for issue 11 is also particularly noteworthy.
Generation X Classic is recommended to X-fans who might be interested in following some of the early adventures of some characters that have become regular cast members in other books. It is also recommended as a rare example of an especially well scripted "teen" book.
I'm not some schmuck, either. I'm going to school for art (at an art school, nonetheless). The story is great. The characs are unique.
If you like X-Men, and their weirder, more relatable aspects, read this series. Do it fast, these two volumes look like they're going out of print! It's a great classic series.
I started reading Generation X when I was 8 and now that I am older I enjoyed and appreciated Lobdell's and Bachalo's creation immensely. The point is that this series passed the test of time and that Generation X was not just another X-Men 90's spin-off series. It took a while for Marvel to release the second volume (3 years to be exact, volume 1 was released on 2010) and maybe because this series was not advertised well and did not have much support from the publisher. This was just based on my personal observation. I did not even know about the first volume, not until I read it on the Generation X Wikipedia article which ended up making me order and get myself a copy via Amazon. I did not even see volume 1 being sold in any bookstore or comic shop I went. Fans of this series should show more support by buying the books. If your one of the newer generation of comic readers who discovered comic-dom because of the bigger movie productions like Avengers, then I recommend you grab a copy of Generation X series and I promise you that you will indeed like and enjoy the series! I recommend this to anyone who wants to see a different kind of story-telling for the X-Men franchise. This was exceptionally one of the well written YA/Teen books in the comic genre and did not have those infamous 90's cliche and complicated plots, well not yet that is. I really do hope Marvel does decide to continue releasing this collected classic series.