X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills
Publish date: September 1st 1994
Publisher: Marvel Entertainment Group
Pages no: 64
Edition language: English
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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.