X-Men by Brian Wood, Volume 1: Blank Generation (2020)

X-Men by Brian Wood, Volume 1: Blank Generation Brian Wood David López X Men by Brian Wood Volume Blank Generation Superstar writer Brian Wood Wolverine the X Men Alpha Omega DMZ Demo Northlanders takes over the X Men When a new race of mutants is discovered Storm s team investigates and learns the secret orig
  • Title: X-Men by Brian Wood, Volume 1: Blank Generation
  • Author: Brian Wood David López
  • ISBN: 9780785164593
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Paperback
X-Men by Brian Wood, Volume 1: Blank Generation Brian Wood David López Superstar writer Brian Wood Wolverine the X Men Alpha Omega, DMZ, Demo, Northlanders takes over the X Men When a new race of mutants is discovered, Storm s team investigates and learns the secret origin of the Proto Mutants But tensions are running high back on Utopia, as even though Storm s team reports to Cyclops, she has her own very definite agenda HSuperstar writer Brian Wood Wolverine the X Men Alpha Omega, DMZ, Demo, Northlanders takes over the X Men When a new race of mutants is discovered, Storm s team investigates and learns the secret origin of the Proto Mutants But tensions are running high back on Utopia, as even though Storm s team reports to Cyclops, she has her own very definite agenda How long can Storm keep an increasingly frustrated Cyclops from taking control of her teamd will the X Men s infighting accidentally doom the Proto Mutants to extinction Collecting X Men 30 35
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  1. William Thomas

    When I was younger, I used to follow artists from book to book Characters, too I d become partial to a character, or fall in love with an artist, and I d grab whatever issues of theirs I could find Older now, I mainly follow writers from book to book At least when I collect single issues But as prolific a career as Brian Wood has had, nothing he s ever done has really grabbed me enough to make me want to follow him as a writer That may actually change, now, with his superb take on one of my favo [...]

  2. Arturo

    Wow, what a change of pace from the previous X Men volumes While this protomutant thing seems like an old idea to me, or just something I don t find interesting Even the team I m not a big fan of, they are all not even in my top 10 favorite X Men But the writing was just so great, I was immersed in it I didn t even realize the last 2 issues had horrible art, I just wanted to keep reading to see what happens next But before those 2 issues, the art was great, it went panel to panel very fluidly Gr [...]

  3. Jacob

    Public library copy To be read on vacation I don t keep up with mutant titles, but it s very odd to me how Colossus is somehow a pseudo Juggernaut character now, who thought this was a good idea both in terms of power and how he looks Did a Marel X men editor not like how Colossus hair used to metalize

  4. Christina Kneidel

    This was pretty cool, Storm leads a team of mutants and stumbles upon clones of neanderthal mutants Storm and Psylocke are awesome, Cyclops is a dick, the end.

  5. Mike Clooney

    Brian Wood, best known for his excellent creator owned series NORTHLANDERS and DMZ, dives headlong into mainstream comics Although I usually enjoy Wood s writing, he s an odd fit for the super hero genre, and I don t find his espionage oriented take on the X Men entirely satisfying Storm leads a security team comprised of Colossus, Psylocke, Domino, and Pixie and while the story reads fine from a narrative perspective, the characters seem off, and they re not the best choices to build the covert [...]

  6. Shannon Appelcline

    Blank Generation 30 33 I ve been enjoying the SF elements of X Men ever since Morrison introduced though, and this is no change At times Wood s work feels a little redundant with what Gillen was doing in Uncanny X Men v2, but there s still plenty to like here There s also great definition of Storm s team, great integration with the Schism events, and some solid characterization for Colossus as well.Subterraneans 34 35 The sequel starts off a little slow, but I was quite liking it by the second i [...]

  7. Joe Young

    Brian Wood writerDavid Lopez Roland Boschi artistsFor reasons unknown, an evolutionary biologist has been using centuries old genetic material to create shambling monsters and send them toward human population centers The X men become involved because the genetic material being used turns out to be from some kind of evolutionary forefather that predates the mutant species by hundreds of years These proto mutants could provide anti mutant groups with genetic information that could prove harmful t [...]

  8. Chris Lemmerman

    I quite liked Victor Gischler s run on Adjectiveless X Men it wasn t great, but it was solid, and told some fun little stories Brian Wood takes over with this volume, and the step up in quality is obvious Philosophical and moral questions are posed and Storm s team is torn in two as a new threat comes to light in the main four part storyline, followed by a two part aftermath, both of which are great The art varies, with David Lopez clean style being the better of the two, whilst Roland Boschi s [...]

  9. Jacki

    I was pleasantly surprised by this title It was female driven, brought mutant ethics into question, and introduced the idea of proto mutants Always nice to see Psylocke and Pixie in action I love love love that Storm is questioning Scott s purpose with the information she s been gathering Eager to read the next installment.The only reason this didn t receive five stars from me is because there was a strange disparity of information regarding when the first mutant genes became known Isn t it acce [...]

  10. M. Ashraf

    This was a good arc story, I liked it , it is not the best one yet.The artwork was good, the covers looks misleading though I ll keep with this title till I catch up I thought this would be the best title of the X men family as it s the main one but I don t think so any All New X men the new one from Marvel Now is very promising and the story is very interesting, also I really like Wolverine and The X Men so this have to change up a little to catch those two Spoilers

  11. Christopher

    The main premise of proto mutants wasn t executed that well, but this volume gives us a first hint of how well Wood would go on to put the X women front and center, giving some of the female characters so terrific moments and adding newer, deeper facets I also like that there s a scenario that doesn t involve them being on Utopia or around SF, which lends a weariness to characters, namely Storm The strain of Cyclops increasingly paranoid and militant worldview has an effect, which is a nice obst [...]

  12. Anchorpete

    This book had a lot of potential I like Brian Wood, mainly because of his work on Northlanders, the Massive and DV8 I also liked the idea that the team was called X men, but the only man on the team is Colossus The whole Proto mutant thing just didn t grab my interest, and there were a few too many scenes where the characters debated about whether Storm should tell Cyclops about their existence or not I admire the ambition, but in the end, it felt like too little happened, even though there was [...]

  13. Bryson McCheeseburger

    Brian Wood seems to be taking the X Men in a different direction with a somewhat rogue team which kind of reminds me of Charlie s Angels with four female characters, lead by Storm, along with Collosius, branching out from Utopia and pissing off Cyclops The story is interesting, and a good amount of action, but the powers of these four together are limited and it seems Psylocke, Pixie and Domino are all one power wonders who keep doing the same trick again and again Luckily I found the proto muta [...]

  14. Silas

    This was interesting, and a reasonably good X Men story, featuring a new kind of old mutants It s all pretty self contained, and I find the reactions a bit strange, but it featured some character interactions and philosophizing than other recent issues, so that was enjoyable They mentioned that the team is going to get bigger soon, and that would be good, since the characters featured are not exactly my favorites, but overall, this was solid.

  15. Shaun

    A fairly decent X Men story Storm and her security team encounters a set of proto mutants Storm keeps this information away from Scott and the world, she is afraid that this will lead to a further divide in the mutant community It seems that trust is still an issue among the mutants, even within each separate base camp Storm is loyal to Scott, but she know how he could possibly react to the news of proto mutants Division is a huge theme among the X men comics from this era.

  16. Mia Morrison

    Ancient monsters are popping up all over the globe who is behind them and what do they want Storm s team of Xmen are about to find out leading them into a discovery which reshapes the history of mutancy.

  17. ribbonknight

    This arc was like a breath of fresh air after the previous few Everyone has distinct personalities, the plot is actually interesting, etc.I enjoyed seeing the team hanging out on their plane ship, actually talking strategy, as opposed to just showing up places fighting.

  18. John

    It all feels rather off The characters act strange, the physics merely resembles what I have in this world, the bad guy is very cryptic.

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