Wednesday, December 16, 2009


Astonishing X-Men by Joss Whedon is amazing.

The first arc, Gifted, had a lot that was taken from it for the third X-Men movie, but don't let that scare you away. The comic itself is a lot better. You may need to know some comic stuff about the X-Men and about Marvel in order to understand everything, but for the most part, it is its own stand-alone stories. Hulu has right now the first 4 issues of Gifted available to view as part of a Marvel Motion Comic, adapted by Neal Adams, with John Cassaday's help, into an animated series. I highly recommend the comics, but the motion comic isn't that bad. The faces and their motion can be a little disconcerting, but other than that, it is great.


Jason said...
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Jason said...

aww sry about that I meant that last comment in a cool HP ref way. Anyways thanks for posting this it was cool to watch.

Pi_3.14159... said...

Sorry, I've had some spambots posting, and the comment was incomprehensible.

Anyway, the entire story arc is up on Hulu now.

I recommend the rest of the series too. Joss is a great writer, John is a great artist, and the series itself is amazing.

Sorry again.

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