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Paradise X, Vol. 1 (Paradise X #1)

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In Universe X, Captain Marvel led a charge against Death and killed her. But now that Death is dead, no one will ever die again. They may writhe in pain in hospitals because their bodies have been broken beyond repair, but they will not die. They will call out for an end to their suffering. They will cry out for peace but there will be no answer. Paradise will be denied th ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published October 1st 2003 by Marvel Comics Group
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Gianfranco Mancini
L'incontro-scontro tra le due May Parker e la reazione di Peter mi hanno fatto troppo ridere. Togliete Spider Man a Slott ed affidatelo a Krueger, vi prego!
Mar 05, 2013 logankstewart rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I first read Earth X a few years ago. I was largely unimpressed and decided not to read the sequels: Universe X and Paradise X. The whole series spans five large trade paper backs and I didn’t want to invest in the story. For some reason I decided to pick up Earth X again and give it a shot, and this time I was quickly engrossed… or at least interested.

Earth X places the Marvel universe in the unspecified future. Captain America is an old man fighting a war against a large metaphor. Reed Richard
Oct 08, 2007 Joseph rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Comic-obsessives and the insane
I enjoyed the premise of Earth X, taking the Marvel universe and twisting it into a truly epic story, wherein all the superheroes who were for so long the focus of all comic book stories became little more than pawns in a much larger game. It had surprising revelations, interesting artwork, and a unique story.

Universe X attempted to continue that story, but the artwork wasn't as good, and the plot seemed to become convoluted just for the sake of being convoluted.

Paradise X? The artwork, aside fr
Timothy Boyd
Jan 26, 2016 Timothy Boyd rated it really liked it
Is Earth X a possible future or an alternate reality? No matter which of these possibilities holds true it all comes out as fantastic story for Marvel's superheros. Exceptional art and an excellent plot by Alex Ross make these a superb read. Very recommended
Nov 16, 2013 Stephen rated it really liked it
This one is a little more dense than the other X books, and a little less clear. I think the only way to read this is to read it in the trade paperback format. if you had to wait a month for every installment you'd lose track of what was going on.
When the plot got too complex I got bored with it. The art is still amazing, its just the story that is a little too over-developed.
Jul 23, 2012 Andre rated it liked it
The story continues, keeps us interested and reading past the hour we should have stopped.
May 11, 2012 B rated it it was amazing
Shelves: own
Don't remember which was which but I loved this series.
Sandra Rosa
actually have this in individual issues...
Ken Reed
Oct 02, 2013 Ken Reed rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: trades
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