Astonishing X-Men - Volume 5: Ghost Box
Marvel, Dec 9, 2009 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 184 pages
"The X-Men are called to the scene of a murder that appears to have involved heretofore unknown mutants. The team's resident scientist, Beast, discovers that though the victim was indeed a mutant, his mutation appears to be artificially produced. The team races to a spaceship graveyard in Indonesia in their search for the murderer, who they find huddled over the mysterious Ghost Box, preparing to activate it. The murderer reveals himself to also be a mutant, but commits suicide rather than give the X-Men any information as to his, or the Ghost Box's, origins. With mysterious, artificially created mutants popping up out of nowhere, the X-Men must struggle to unlock the mysteries of the Ghost Box: What is the device's purpose, and why was it sent to Earth?"--Publisher's web site.
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Review: Astonishing X-Men, Vol. 5: Ghost Box (Astonishing X-Men #5)User Review - Todd Ross - Goodreads
interesting premise, but it was rushed to an unsatisfying ending. I was also really confused about some of the backstory I was missing. When did Forge go crazy? The book ends with a couple strange what-if style comics. They were basically unreadable. Read full review
Review: Astonishing X-Men, Vol. 5: Ghost Box (Astonishing X-Men #5)User Review - Jeff Lanter - Goodreads
Astonishing X-Men is easily one of my favorite superhero comics and I was scared to read what came after because it generally was not well-received which is demonstrated by the score here on Goodreads ... Read full review