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Uncanny X-Men: The New Age, Volume 4: End of Greys (Uncanny X-Men, Volume I New Age 4)

3.45  ·  Rating Details ·  167 Ratings  ·  17 Reviews
In the wake of House of M, Marvel Girl's emotions are heating up Faced with a future she thought was destroyed, Marvel Girl will find out just what she's really made of Collects Uncanny X-Men #466-471.
Paperback, 144 pages
Published July 5th 2006 by Marvel
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Rituraj Kashyap
Jul 31, 2016 Rituraj Kashyap rated it really liked it
A pretty dark story, the events of which play a major role in later stories involving Rachel Summers.
Jeff Harris
Jul 06, 2015 Jeff Harris rated it liked it
Shelves: x-men, graphic-novels
This is a "meh" story combined with excellent artwork, but what else can you expect when treated to Chris Bachalo's pencils? I was glad to see a storyline that had Rachel Grey at the center of it, since she's not been all that well-developed in the past. This gave a lot of emotional weight to her character, and served to influence her actions quite a while afterwards. The mix of characters involved as the group of X-Men facing the alien threat menacing Rachel was a good one -- Psylocke, Cannonba ...more
Andrew
Jan 26, 2010 Andrew rated it liked it
Shelves: yes-i-m-a-geek
Claremont had been trying for nearly 20 years to tell a worthwhile Rachel Summers/Grey story and the first half of this trade I would say is the closest he comes. I personally like the character despite the failings of writers to tell a worthwhile story, so I enjoyed this. Also for reading a Claremont story that is enjoyable is a rarity nowadays, so that was also a plus. But again, the first half is good, second half is mediocre/bad. Claremont couldn't keep it up, but just that little stretch wa ...more
J.
Nov 10, 2012 J. rated it really liked it
Shelves: books-i-e-own
Pretty solid. The basic premise of this volume is that the Shi'ar have finally decided to fix the Phoenix problem once and for all by wiping out the Grey family. The first half is crazy--death everywhere, Bachalo's bizarre art that I simultaneously love and hate, and a particularly interesting issue covering only 24 seconds, but in extremely slow motion. The second half isn't as good--the story gets a little stultified, some of the characterization seems off, and the whole thing just feels silli ...more
Adam Fisher
Nov 28, 2015 Adam Fisher rated it liked it
3.5 Stars.
This Volume primarily deals with Rachel Grey. From being targeted by a Shi'ar Death Trooper Squad, to the Grey family being slaughtered, to her stealthy missions to get away from the Sentinels guarding the Mansion, Rachel seems to be a magnet for trouble. Could it be because she will most likely be the next carrier of the Phoenix Force? YES!
This story takes place post M-Day, and although entertaining, was not essential to the overarching X story.
Just ok overall...
Ruddy
Feb 12, 2008 Ruddy rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: x-men fans
The art of Chris Bachalo is just amazing. I only buy the x-men books whenever he is the artist....the storyline is also great focusing on how different galaxies are trying to take out Rachel summers because she is the daughter of the phoenix...they are scared that what hapenned to her mom will happen to her and she wont be able to control the phoenix force...deep.
Aildiin
Feb 23, 2016 Aildiin rated it liked it
Shelves: comics
I've had this in digital version forever ( because a long while there was a sale and half of the issues are penciled by Chris Bachalo and I am a huge fan of all his work).
Anyway I finally got around to read these 6 issues.
It's an average story with way above average art.
Earline
Sep 24, 2009 Earline rated it really liked it
Shelves: comics, sci-fi, pretty, series
Love Chris Bachalo's artwork! Overall I'd say this trade was pretty good for just having randomly picked it up and not knowing anything about House of M or pretty much any backstory (thanks boyfriend for trying to catch me up on all of that business).

BTW.. Rachel Grey is a badass! :)
Jase
Jul 26, 2011 Jase rated it really liked it
The Shiar Empire has sent their army to dispose of all the Grey family to ensure that the Phoenix does not come back somewhere along their lineage. Valerie Cooper and the O.N.E. program is dealing with the 198 still at the mansion.
Leslie S.
Jun 18, 2016 Leslie S. rated it liked it
Shelves: comics
Not bad, but I'm still unclear on why Storm is suddenly being drawn as a blue-eyed, white-passing Barbie doll...
Rosa
Dec 16, 2009 Rosa rated it it was ok
This is a very heavy book although it does provide enough background so that if you have missed out on previous books you can still figure out what's going on.
Timothy Villa
Dec 02, 2015 Timothy Villa rated it really liked it
The best issues by far of any X-Men related issues Claremont wrote post Morrison.
Angela
Mar 16, 2011 Angela rated it really liked it
A really powerful story of loss and pain. The world does not look good for mutants.
Timo
May 08, 2014 Timo rated it it was ok
Shelves: comics
Nice sexy art, story that sucked.
Ahmed
Jan 06, 2012 Ahmed rated it really liked it
Fuck you, Claremont.
pea
Feb 04, 2011 pea rated it really liked it
oh, rachel grey, how I love you and your mother.
Carles Muñoz Miralles
Una bastante buena historia sobre Rachel Grey y los efectos de la Fuerza Fénix. Lástima que Bachalo (aunque en horas bajas) dibuje sólo la mitad del volumen.
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Chris Claremont is a writer of American comic books, best known for his 16-year (1975-1991) stint on Uncanny X-Men, during which the series became one of the comic book industry's most successful properties.

Claremont has written many stories for other publishers including the Star Trek Debt of Honor graphic novel, his creator-owned Sovereign Seven for DC Comics and Aliens vs Predator for Dark Hors
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