Mystique

Mystique Mystique Has Used Her Powers To Go Against The X Men In Their Battle For Mutant Human Coexistence For Years, But In This Complicated World, Mystique Begins To Find The Battle Lines Are No Longer So Clear In Exchange For Protection, Mystique Reluctantly Agrees To Work For Charles Xavier But Instead Of Being Invited To Join The X Men, Mystique Is Asked To Participate In Politically Sensitive Operations As A Secret Agent Can This Former Mutant Rights Terrorist Be Trusted Collecting Mystique 1 13 4.5 starsAlso reviewed for Addicted2Heroines Look what Mama found when she took the kids to the local shop for Free Comic Book DaySo this is a few years old, but it s aged very well From the slick art that bumped it up half a star to the timeless quality of the story line, this is one that I can see myself enjoying just as much in another 10 years.US Homeland Security has finally managed to capture the mutant terrorist, Mystique Seconds before she s about to get put down for good, Magneto 4.5 starsAlso reviewed for Addicted2Heroines Look what Mama found when she took the kids to the local shop for Free Comic Book DaySo this is a few years old, but it s aged very well From the slick art that bumped it up half a star to the timeless quality of the story line, this is one that I can see myself enjoying just as much in another 10 years.US Homeland Security has finally managed to capture the mutant terrorist, Mystique Seconds before she s about to get put down for good, Magneto crashes in and re
I vaguely remember when this series was released It was, I think, around the same time that Morrison was writing X Men I had zero interest in reading it I ve never been a big fan of Mystique in general, and the sexy covers were kind of a turn off I didn t read Emma Frost for much the same reason, though I admit that these covers are at least a step above those And I never would have, if not for Anne s very positive review Thanks, Anne I really am glad I read this I really didn t know what I vaguely remember when this series was released It was, I think, around the same time that Morrison was writing X Men I had zero interest in reading it I ve never been a big fan of Mystique in general, and the sexy covers were kind of a turn off I didn t read Emma Frost for much the same reason, though I admit that
I read this because I try to read everything by Vaughn, and had passed this one by I did not look forward to reading an X Men comic, really, but I knew he would add something to it, and I m not wrong Mystique, the shapeshifting assassin, one of the interesting bad guys in the Marvel universe, in this run is given the focus if not a lot of depth , and becomes a sort of world traveli
I really enjoyed this While Mystique in this graphic novel was definitely different than the Mystique we typically see in the X Men movies, I still really enjoyed this It had a super intriguing plot, it blew my
While I liked this series quite a bit, I still have some mixed feelings It s an interesting study of Mystique, but it s far from Vaughan s best work I think this likely because I like his work best when we get a fleshed out view of multiple perspectives, watch characters interact, and gradually see his masterful worldb
This is NOT Mystique. When I picked this up, I was intrigued that Mystique had her own series Even though she is one of the bad guys in the X Men universe, I do find her intriguing This series has Mystique up to her neck She has made enemies around the world, and they all want her head So, she makes a deal with Charles Xavier to be one of his clandestine agents people who can do some sensitive missions that will not be traced back to Xavier or the X Men In exchange, she gets protection The collection is a pr When I picked this up, I was intrigued that Mystique had her own series Even though she is one of the bad guys in the X Men universe, I do find her intriguing This series has Mystique up to her neck She has made enemies around the world, an
I m not surprised to find this 13 issue run by Brian K Vaughan to be one of the best Mystique stories around, largely because Brian K Vaughan never writes a bad comic book Forced to work for Professor X, Mystique becomes his X Corps off the books fixer agent Taking place during a period of the X Men or X Family that I m not very familiar with, this makes the read even better, as it serves as both a great stand alone series, steepled in espionage and black ops styled missions, and also off I m not surprised to find this 13 issue run by Brian K Vaughan to be one of the best Mystique stories around, largely because Brian K Vaughan never writes a bad comic book Forced to work for Professor X, Mystique becomes his X Corps off the books fixer agent Taking place during a period of the X Men or X Family that I m not very familiar with, this makes the read even better, as it serves as b
Professor Xavier recruits Mystique to use her spy skills to further his agenda of protecting mutants around the world Mystique finds herself in uncertain circumstances as the somewhat straightforward premise rockets from one
What an intense story line Muchengaging than DC comics New favorite villain is The Host, amazing concept.

[ Ebook ] ➩ Mystique  Author Brian K. Vaughan – Rarefishingbooks.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 312 pages
  • Mystique
  • Brian K. Vaughan
  • English
  • 02 June 2019
  • 0785155112