X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills
The war in Genosha has boiled over, and the X-Men, X-Factor and the New Mutants will never be the same! With the never-deadlier Cameron Hodge pulling the strings, the heroes are kidnapped, killed, stripped of their powers and forced into combat! And when the dust settles, the teams change... show more
The war in Genosha has boiled over, and the X-Men, X-Factor and the New Mutants will never be the same! With the never-deadlier Cameron Hodge pulling the strings, the heroes are kidnapped, killed, stripped of their powers and forced into combat! And when the dust settles, the teams change lineups, sending the X-Men into a new era!
Publish date: 11-05-2011
Pages no: 96
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
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, X Men
Series: Marvel Graphic Novel 2 (#5)
Note: uses the N-word and has dead children. This is not X-Men for little kids.God Loves, Man Kills is a storyline that the X-Men movies have mined for material, even if it hasn't directly been adapted. Reverend William Stryker whips the non-mutant populace up into an anti-mutant furor, and Profe...
For years comic book writers have been using the X-Men as a metaphor for a persecuted minority group, but in God Loves, Man Kills the idea gets its most ham-fisted treatment. I don't expect subtlety from a superhero comic, but in this story we get images of Charles Xavier crucified and tormented by ...
Genre: Superheroes / Action / Adventure Year Published: 1982 Year Read: 2011 Series: X-Men Publisher: Marvel Comics Early Thoughts: Lately, I have been reading many “X-Men” comics, especially the ones from the 70s and 80s and I have stumbled upon this unique little story. Since I had heard so ...
The description of the book says this book was a basis for the second X-Men film. I have to say that the film makers barely based the film on this as the book pretty much does not resemble the movie at all other than having a character named Stryker who hates mutants and his creation of a second Cer...
I give this a tentative five stars as I haven't read it in many, many years. Back home, somewhere, my mother has the original version, but I needed to read it again, and that old one's falling apart. When I was 10, it was pretty much the deepest thing I'd ever read.