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Exiles Ultimate Collection - Book 1 (Exiles Ultimate Collection #1)

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Led by Blink, who hails from the wildly popular X-Men storyline "Age of Apocolypse," the Exiles consist of heroes pulled from alternate times and universes who are sent to correct problems in the multiverse. Their adventures span hundreds of different worlds, setting events and characters back on their proper course - or else risk having them "blink" out of existence!


Paperback, 480 pages
Published April 29th 2009 by Marvel
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Shannon Appelcline
Down the Rabbit Hole (1-2). The first arc nicely sets up the comic, its goals, and its stakes. This is generally a workmanlike combination of those elements but (at the time), it’s fresh and thus enjoyable [7/10].

Old Wounds, New Battles (3-4). The Phoenix story is a nice historical that touches upon the emotions and the difficulty of the tasks that the Exiles are given. The shattering fight against the Phoenix is especially great [7/10].

Up North and in the Green (5-6). Alpha Flight offers up ano...more
Michael Alexander Henke
This series was pretty much what got me reading comics again so many years ago. First and foremost, it starred Blink, one of my favorite characters. Blink was introduced during the Age of Apocalypse, but she wasn't around much after her reality ended. Just seeing that she was in the book made it a must read for me.
The Exiles are a group of heroes that have become "unhinged in time". Their job is to travel to different realities and "fix" them, so to speak. The great thing about this story concep...more
Joseph Zurat
This is great! It has a similar premise to the What If? books that Marvel used to run. It takes a group of characters from alternate realities and throws them into situations that sometimes require non-intuitive solutions. The early volumes have much of the heart that I found in other Judd Winick comics (namely, his long run on Green Arrow) and each of the characters introduced has a unique voice and set of motivations. (Re)Reading this instead of the currently running events has renewed my appr...more
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Born February 12th, 1970 and raised on Long Island in New York, Judd began cartooning professionally at 16 with a single-paneled strip called Nuts & Bolts. This ran weekly through Anton Publications, a newspaper publisher that produced town papers in the Tri state area. He was paid 10 dollars a week.

In August of 1988, Judd began attending the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor bringing Nuts &...more
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