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X-Men Visionaries: Jim Lee (X-Men Visionaries)

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The X-Men follow the trail of Rogue's nightmares to a hidden corner of the globe where the great dinosaurs of the Jurassic and Cretaceous Ages continue to rule.
Paperback, 304 pages
Published October 28th 2002 by Marvel Comics (first published October 1st 2002)
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Oct 01, 2012 Michael rated it liked it
Jim Lee is one of the most popular artists currently working in the comic book industry. These days he is exclusive to DC, and recently helped redesign the look of several of their characters. The stories reprinted here are some of Lee's early work on X-Men, as he was about to hit superstardom. The stories themselves are difficult to rate as a stand alone book, as the X-Men stories during this run were densely plotted, and the author would insert subplots that would take years to resolve (if the ...more
Nov 25, 2016 Justin rated it really liked it
In the early1990's the X-Men were the best selling comics around, and that had a lot to do with superstar artist Jim Lee. Lee's stylized and action-oriented artwork was the perfect counterpart to Chris Claremont's dynamic characters, and he soon became the definitive X-Men artist, as well as one of the decade's most imitated. The X-Men: Visionaries - Jim Lee trade paperback collects every single issue of Uncanny X-Men that Jim Lee worked on, including:

Uncanny X-Men #248 - This throwaway Nanny st
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¿Nostalgia? Llámenlo como quieran, pero lo que nadie puede negar es el valor que tiene este tomo editado por Panini, el cual Contiene Uncanny X-Men 256-258, 269, 274-277 USA. Antes de convertirse en una leyenda del cómic estadounidense, un joven llamado Jim Lee sorprendió a los lectores y a la crítica con su alucinante trabajo en La Patrulla-X. Innumerables artistas comenzaron a imitar su estilo, mientras aquellos cómics se situaban entre los más buscados de la historia de Marvel. Esta recopilac ...more
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Jim Lee is a Korean-American comic book artist, creator and publisher. After graduating from Princeton, he decided to attempt illustrating comic books, and met with success. Lee's distinctive, crisply hatched line art style and rigid, idealized anatomical forms established
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