It begins here! The critically acclaimed, fan-favorite storyline that rocked the X- Men Universe to its core is collected across four volumes!. In accordance with the naming conventions, it has been suggested that this page be moved to: X-Men: The Complete Age of Apocalypse Epic Collection Vol 1 1. Book 1 of 4. Collects X-Men Blink # (), X-Men Chronicles () #, Tales of the Age of Apocalypse: By the Light (), Tales of the Age of.
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X-Men book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. It begins here! The critically acclaimed, fan-favorite storyline that rocked. X-Men: The Complete Age of Apocalypse Epic, Book 1 [Scott Lobdell, John Francis Moore, Brian K. Vaughan, Howard Mackie, Ralph MacChio, Terry Kavanagh. X-Men: The Complete Age Of Apocalypse Epic Book 1. Book 1 of 4. Collects X- Men Blink # (), X-Men Chronicles () #, Tales of the Age of.
Timeline escapees[ edit ] Some characters escape the Age of Apocalypse into the Earth continuity. He later "died" by disseminating into every life form on the Earth, but has since returned to the living and is now residing in San Francisco and is part of the New Mutants roster. Blink escaped into the multiverse and ended up leading the reality-hopping team of heroes known as the Exiles. Her counterpart on Earth was thought to have died during the " Phalanx Covenant " storyline, but brought back from the dead by Selene during the " Necrosha " event. Prophet was taken at Jean Grey's request to the Earth at the end of the crossover that would close the Age of Apocalypse timeline from the timestream.
Vaughn Paperback May 3, Prices and offers may vary in store. It begins here! The critically acclaimed, fan-favorite storyline that rocked the X-Men Universe to its core is collected across four volumes! In a cracked-mirror world ruled by the genocidal mutant despot Apocalypse, only one hope remains: Magneto and his Astonishing X-Men!
The first in a four volume series collecting the entire Age of Apocalypse storyline. Paperback Dimensions: L Can I jump straight in and come out understanding everything?
Should I just find the Legion Quest books before going any further or is this just how AoA is, like a Tarentino movie? Thanks for what you do! What helped me out was that i took it for what it was, an alternate universe where everything has existed away from our vision. I could not find myself any backstory to explain why the teams were together and thats ok.
OK, OK. I admit it. I used a different list for reading AoA.
And it has Age of Apocalypse: The Chosen in a very different place. Even the familiar ones were unfamiliar I trust you know what I mean. Anyway, this list — for some reason — has The Chosen between issues 2 and 3 of the various series. And on what side. I thought they sounded a bit familiar; luckily I only have that one. Really no such with Age of Apocalypse.
Thanks for this! It seems, however, that the links do not work.
Have fun! Actually it has 4 toward the end of the reading order. It does start with and then chronicles Sadly, much of it is not available in MU. Legion Quest X-Factor Pre-prologue. Not in MU. Omega is followed by Xmen Prime. It takes you back to the Xmen under Charles Xavier having stopped his death by Legion. I can not express enough though to all these fan boys that the upcoming movie will have nothing to do with AOA.
Prime also shows Xman falling to earth and the psychic backlash that it causes on the telepath community. For some reason age of apocalypse complete epic book 3 is out of print, but 1,2,and 4 are not.
I have been trying to get it for months, but while the others are around 20 bucks each, Book 3 is a minimum of 80 bucks and higher! Out of print books get pretty crazy, pretty fast. That said, there are all sorts of weird politics going on between Marvel and Fox Studios with the X-Men rights.
So… who knows. Not a substitute for the trade experience, but a workaround.
Also, is there a good reference point for X-Men collection editions — The Marvel website is horrible! Where would X-Men Chronicles fall into?
Also, wouldnt a good lead into be the Legion Quest storyline which causes AoA? Chronicles 1 is the first book you should read. It details alot of stuff prior to Alpha. Chronicles two you can kind of throw in anytime after Alpha! Or will it be the same either way? The movie will have nothing to do with AOA! I admit I am coming to AoA late by trying to collect the four Trade paperbacks.
Do you know if Marvel is going to republish these trade when the movie comes out? AoA is hugely popular, and the omnibus has been out of print for too long as well. What the writer of this article is saying in his comments are this: Small question about the first volume. What exactly is wrong with it? Is it confusing or simply not enjoyable? A little bit of both. So I have a couple questions…chronicles 2, should it be read after 1? My second question is the unlimited has issues 1 and 2 of some of the series read one after another.
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So now I feel kinda unloyal n stuf. Well, for the forseeable future, anyway.
Guess I better not mention what I think of the event so far. I just want the main story and a prelude. There are two X-Man comics after omega, before prime that you should read. I completely agree, it would more likely follow the Great call, guide now updated to reflect Legion Quest! Thanks for the list. What a great story. Love me some Age of Apocalypse. Glad you enjoyed! Glad you dig it! You left out the two X Men Chronicles.
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