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X-Men: Onslaught - The Complete Epic, Book 3 (Onslaught #3)

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Professor X hasn't been himself lately - moody, inscrutable - but the psionic armor and army of Sentinels are the real tip-offs! It'll take every super hero New York has to face the onslaught.

Collects X-Men (1991) #55, Uncanny X-Men #336, Cable (1993) #35, X-Force #58, X-Man #19, Incredible Hulk #445, Iron Man #332, Avengers #402, Thor #502, Wolverine #105.
Paperback, 248 pages
Published September 10th 2008 by Marvel (first published August 27th 2008)
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Jeff Harris
Nov 28, 2015 Jeff Harris rated it really liked it
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Even more tie-in issues are included in this third installment in Onslaught's crazy ongoing story. Spider-Man, Punisher, Iron Man, and Hulk all do their part to try to deal with the mess associated with the psychic powerhouse created as a combined form of the darkest portions of Professor X's and Magneto's psyches. Meanwhile, Onslaught targets two of the most powerful young people to add to his mental might -- Franklin Richards and Nate Grey, the X-Man. Also, Wolverine finally gets to the root ...more
Shannon Appelcline
Oct 08, 2012 Shannon Appelcline rated it liked it
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This volume continues to be well-crafted, with individual stories being important to the overall plot. There's a particularly nice focus in the X-comics that lead off this volume, that then fades in the latter half of the book. Beyond a few stand-out issues however (like Thor #502), this is more average fare, but probably a hair better than the volumes that preceded it.
Oliver Hodson
Oct 21, 2014 Oliver Hodson rated it really liked it
I thought it was better than previous volumes because the stories focused on individual characters and things they needed to do to get ready for onslaught. The action was tight paced and meaningful. Let's hope the payoff is worth it!
Deirdre
Apr 18, 2009 Deirdre rated it liked it
The heroes continue to fight Onslaught, trying desperately to save the world and Franklin Richards, Sue and Reed Richard's Son.
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