X-Men: The Road to Onslaught, Vol. 2

X Men The Road to Onslaught Vol The buildup to the Marvel Universe s darkest hour continues as the X Men face danger from without and within What decades old connection does Professor X have with the secretive ClanDesti ne When Synr

  • Title: X-Men: The Road to Onslaught, Vol. 2
  • Author: Alan Davis Scott Lobdell Terry Kavanagh Larry Hama Roger Cruz Joe Madureira Bryan Hitch Andy Kubert
  • ISBN: 9780785188308
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Paperback
  • The buildup to the Marvel Universe s darkest hour continues as the X Men face danger from without and within What decades old connection does Professor X have with the secretive ClanDesti ne When Synraith returns, the two teams clashbut all is not what it seems Can the X Men solve the mystery before Synraith s victory is complete COLLECTING X MEN CLANDESTINE 1 2 UThe buildup to the Marvel Universe s darkest hour continues as the X Men face danger from without and within What decades old connection does Professor X have with the secretive ClanDesti ne When Synraith returns, the two teams clashbut all is not what it seems Can the X Men solve the mystery before Synraith s victory is complete COLLECTING X MEN CLANDESTINE 1 2 UNCANNY X MEN 1963 327 328, ANNUAL 95 X MEN 1991 46 49 X MEN UNLIMITED 1993 9 SABRETOOTH 1995 1

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    2 thoughts on “X-Men: The Road to Onslaught, Vol. 2

    1. Alan Davis Scott Lobdell Terry Kavanagh Larry Hama Roger Cruz Joe Madureira Bryan Hitch Andy Kubert says:

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    2. Love this period of the X-Men. It's what drew me back into reading comics again after years of not. Great stories. Terrific art. I'd really love to see all three of these Road To Onslaughts collected into one big Omnibus. It's wonderful, classic material. Can't beat it. Peak period X-Men. Must reading for all X-Men fans.

    3. No through story here. Just a semi-random collection, some that make a little sense and some that don't make any. The bit at the end with Bishop and apparently Onslaught was definitely the worst - didn't make sense and really wasn't interesting. Even the X-Babies story was better and that's saying something. The Lee Forrester, Bloodstream, Belasco semi-Bermuda Triangle was almost as bad and having Psylocke along certainly didn't help. Sabretooth escaping had some moments of interest. Actually th [...]

    4. This collection was decent, but it had a bit too much filler. Let's hope that the final volume has more content.

    5. Many stand alone stories, varying in quality.X-Babies? Eh, sure, whatever. I didn't hate this as much as I thought I would, haha.Clan Destine was a basic story of two heroic groups fighting and a few powerful psychics having to close a portal so a destructive entity doesn't destroy Earth. You know. But thankfully Alan Davis drew it, so I liked pushing my eyes over the story!The best part of this trade was the Sabretooth storyline. Interesting to see Xavier's thought process and emotions running [...]

    6. This classic phase of the X-Men mythos centres around the attempted rehabilitation of Sabretooth!X-Men/Clandestine #1-2; Uncanny X-Men #327-328, Annual '1995; X-Men #46-49; X-Men Unlimited # 9; Sabretooth # 1

    7. The Kubert, Cruz and Madureira artwork is nice and the Lobdell stories have a fun soap attraction. But there are a few filler stories (Alan Davis) i could have done without.

    8. There's some fun comics in here (Alan Davis' ClanDestine), but to say this is the road to Onslaught seems somewhat untrueere's very little to set the stage for that crossover here.

    9. Clandestine / X-Men. I suppose it's nice to get all the X-Men stories from this era, but this one seems totally irrelevant to the ongoing plotlines and not really tied to continuity. Davis' Clandestine are neat, and the first half of the story is fun if slow, but then it badly deteriorates when Davis plays with laws of reality so much that it results in a team-up that really isn't [5/10].Uncanny X-Men '95. Although Terry K. isn't a regular X-Men writer, he does a good job of continuing the race [...]

    10. Just when I thought a compilation couldn't get much more "90s" than Road to Onslaught 1, here comes: Clan Destine (who?)! X-Babies! Amnesiac Chibi Magneto! Evil Beast from another timeline? dimension? does it even matter?The art is loud and colourful, at least, so one can enjoy that (as long as the ridiculous Barbie-esque proportions of basically every single female character, even the ones in the background, don't bother you too much) and goofy one-offs like the X-People playing poker with The [...]

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