Angel Revelations

Angel Revelations Warren Worthington III has it made A senior at St Joseph s Prep he s smart tall handsome and rich a star both on the field and in the classroom All the girls want to date him all the guys want to

  • Title: Angel Revelations
  • Author: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Adam Pollina
  • ISBN: 9780785134688
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Warren Worthington III has it made A senior at St Joseph s Prep, he s smart, tall, handsome, and rich a star both on the field and in the classroom All the girls want to date him, all the guys want to be him There s just one problem Warren s changing Something s happening to his body humps have started to grow under his shoulder blades, and they re getting biggeWarren Worthington III has it made A senior at St Joseph s Prep, he s smart, tall, handsome, and rich a star both on the field and in the classroom All the girls want to date him, all the guys want to be him There s just one problem Warren s changing Something s happening to his body humps have started to grow under his shoulder blades, and they re getting bigger and painful every day See the never before told origin of one of the X Men s five founding members, and his first encounter with an unsolvable, unrelenting evil the Hunter Written by Roberto Aguirre Sacasa Sensational Spider Man , with groundbreaking art by Adam Pollina X Force , who returns with a vengeance to the X Men Collects Angel Revelations 1 5.

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    1. Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Adam Pollina

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    680 thoughts on “Angel Revelations”

    1. Great colors by Matt Hollingsworth as usual. Art by Pollina; his style works, though the tall, long thin figures take some getting used to, the design sense is great. This is a coming-of-age story, and it's ok, though overwraught. Read this in comic book issues thanks to the bargain bin.


    2. Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa tackles the winged mutant Angel in this graphic novel mini-series. Warren Worthington III has everything - until the day strange nodes begin appearing on his back. Frightened of his body's changes, Warren begin to isolate himself from everyone at his prep school. As the mutant powers that will define him shatter his life, a religious hunter with a distaste for non-humans seeks to remove this so-called "angel" from the earthly plane. Aguirre-Sacasa attempts to play up the r [...]


    3. ¿Cómo hacer que un comic con un guion correcto y entretenido pero bastante plano y clicheroso se deje leer con gusto? Fácil: ponele un dibujante buenísimo. O, al menos, muy interesante. Hacía, fácil, una década que no leía ningún comic dibujado por Adam Pollina, y es increíble cómo mejoró. Parece como si en estos diez años se hubiera tragado mil álbumes europeos (y algunos diseños de Tim Burton) y los supo regurgitar con su estilo, que paradójicamente ahora es más personal que n [...]


    4. While the story is solid, if not exactly revolutionary, the artwork in this book is so interesting that it makes the book excellent. I mean, the artwork is weird: vastly over-elongated bodies and objects, oddly placed panels with detailed borders, and so on--I can definitely see people hating it. But so much care has been put into the layouts, and multiple panels seem to carefully emulate specific pieces of artwork (like the first splash page of chapter 2 looking like Klimt's "The Kiss") that I [...]


    5. The art is this is extremely stylistic, and I think I like it. It was borderline distracting from the story, but I think it walked the line just perfectly so that it added instead. I loved this comic, just to see some back ground on one of my favorite characters.


    6. Probably my favorite of the various Marvel Knights limited stories. It's a bottle universe where Warren is at Catholic school when his wings start to sprout, and the religious imagery is used wonderfully throughout as Warren tries to figure out how to handle his change. Unknown to him, there is a religious zealot on the trail of any mutants who have "god-like" abilities (healers and the like), and it comes down to a major, fiery showdown that pays off very well.Be warned: there is a sexual assau [...]


    7. X-Men origins story of Archangel (Warren Worthington III) - senior year at college, handsome jock Warren is going through some changes and not of the normal teen kind, he's starting to sprout wings! A vigilante mutant hater finds a psychic child and uses her to hunt the mutants she sees in her visions. The winged boy is next on his hit listThe story itself, while not really original is fine. Teen getting supernatural powers at puberty. Punishment of the paedophile school chaplain who'd been abus [...]


    8. Solid story and interesting artwork. My complaint would be the use of the pedophile priest subplot. It's become such a cliche in fiction at this point that I expect any book, movie (and now comic) that includes the Catholic Church to have this as a plot/subplot. I understand that it's something that happens, but for it to pretty much always happen in fiction now feels like lazy writing.


    9. Interesting take on Angel, Warren Worthington III from the original X-men. Never really thought about him much before, but this update to his origin worked for me. Solid artwork that helped the story. The corrupt religion cliches clanked a little heavily, but overall a good read.


    10. One of the better ones that I've read recently. Solid storyline, and I actually really liked the artwork, surprisingly enough. The voice was strong throughout, and I liked the way it made use of all the main characters in a way that allowed them to be real people.


    11. The college years of X-Men's Archangel; basically an origins story. The story's okay (except for the inclusion of an abusing priest, a tired clich), the art is not to everybody's taste.





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