X-Men Visionaries: Joe Madureira
Exploding onto the comics scene in 1994, Joe Madureira quickly became one of the top talents in the field. With a look heavily influenced by the Japanese manga style, Madureira's clean and powerful images fueled the success of Marvel's mutant super hero team the X-Men throughout the 1990s. Collected here are some of the finest examples of Madureira's artistic mastery, as he takes the mutant super hero team through every locale imaginable.In the Morlock tunnels beneath New York City, the X-Men face a new generation of outcast mutants, the vengeful Gene Nation. Then it's off to Hong Kong, where the merry mutants are immersed in eastern mysticism in the "Quest for the Crimson Dawn". In the farthest reaches of outer space, the X-Men must protect themselves from both the Imperialistic Shi'Ar and the mechanical parasites the Phalanx.Finally the children of the Atom find themselves in an Antarctic stronghold where one of their own is forced to stand trials for his sins against all mutantkind.
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Review: X-Men Visionaries: Joe Madureira (X-Men Visionaries)User Review - Treyr rash - Goodreads
I like this book because I like X-men.this book is a graphic novel because it c Read full review
Review: X-Men Visionaries: Joe Madureira (X-Men Visionaries)User Review - Joey - Goodreads
when madureira left uncanny x-men, i stopped purchasing it. his manga style brought a great element to the story, especially during the phalanx covenant. Read full review