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X-Men: Phoenix - Endsong by Greg Pak

X-Men: Phoenix - Endsong

by Greg Pak

Series: X-Men

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The drawings are incredible, and the story is nice from the same guys that brougt the Emma Frost series. As Jean Grey is in fact my favorite character it was pretty good to have her back in this series after a long time of absence, but it was not the kind of story I was expecting it to be.Even though gave me something to think about the character destiny... ( )
  Glaucialm | Feb 18, 2016 |
Didn't like it the first time I read it some years ago and couldn't stand it now. ( )
  ancameme | Feb 9, 2014 |
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Before you say, "What, another Dark Phoenix story?"--well, on second thought, you can say that, because Phoenix: Endsong is indeed another Dark Phoenix story, though maybe the best-looking one yet. In Greg Pak's five-part miniseries, Jean Grey returns to once again test the resolve of those who love her if they can destroy her for the good of the universe. Ultimately, the story doesn't amount to much, but few artists draw women as beautiful as Greg Land does, and if your main interest is seeing Jean Grey and Emma Frost looking as gorgeous as they've ever looked, Phoenix: Endsong is worth the price of admission. --David Horiuchi

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Years ago, Jean Grey was possessed by a destructive entity called the Phoenix Force. Now, the Phoenix has risen again and has returned for Jean again, but Jean is dead. When the Phoenix resurrects Jean, will the X-Men be able to stop it?

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