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Exiles - Vol. 4: Legacy (The Exiles #4)

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They are the Exiles, reality hopping nomads forced to repair the broken chain of time. In each new universe they travel to the team must complete a mission before moving on. Their only guide is the mysterious Tallus, a bracelet talisman that provides guidance, although sometimes oblique, as to what the Exiles are to rectify.To fail at a mission means returning to their ori ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published August 1st 2003 by Marvel Comics
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Erin (Series Addict)
As before the Exiles are intriguing, but Weapon X may even interest me more, even if they're shown less. The Tony Stark ending tale held the most promise but was a little disappointing, although the ending of it rocked in a haunting note. Humor is again rich with Morph, romance of a dark sort exists amongst some characters, and there's a loss already (depressing). Curious how they will exist without that person in the graphic novels to come.
Jdetrick
Well, I won't be reading any more of these. It is a shame; this is a great concept with great characters, but the heavy incessant narration killed it.
Mike
Just another post-modern twist on the "classic" (if pointless) What If? tales of the late 20th century Marvel canon. Not that interesting, mostly i think because of the interchangeable protagonists in these stories, coupled with some pretty average writing and stilted staging of most panels.
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An end of an era as the Exiles lose a famous face. The team must battle a world overrun by the technovirus plague, only to finally see a fan-favorite fall from the active roster. In order to build suspense, the Weapon X crew is back, under Gambit's leadership, in an excellent heist tale.
Angela
Another good outing with 2 stories, a legacy virus one, and a stark vs inhumans one. Some great moments,especially in the Stark storyline. Interesting that it is the Weapon X team not the Exiles in the 2nd story. A great read.
Molly
I love everything Marvel. The storylines are incredible! They have everything you could want: action, adventure, comedy, romance, political intrigue, allegories, metaphors, etc. Some stories drag, some end too soon.
Rhiannon
OK, so I love the Exiles, and really enjoyed their story here, but Weapon X continues to steal the show. Seriously - the evil Tony Stark vs. the Inhumans (and let's throw Weapon X into the mix) story is gold.
Dustin
The Exiles is a great series. I'd recommend it for fans of Marvel comics and What If fans.
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  • Exiles - Volume 3: Out of Time
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