PopCultureShock.com has posted four lettered preview pages of “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #3, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Tyler Kirkham. The book hits comic book stores on Wednesday, November 1. Click here to see the preview.
“X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #3 hits comic book stores on November 1. Written by Greg Pak with pencils by Tyler Kirkham, the book explores the origins of the eerie Stepford Cuckoos and their connection with the Phoenix. Click here to see four lettered preview pages and ask your local comic book store to hold a copy for you today.
PopCultureShock.com has posted preview pages for two Greg Pak penned comic books which hit stores on October 4.
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“X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #2, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Tyler Kirkham, hits comic book stores on October 4, 2006. From Marvel.com:
The Phoenix is back! Or is it? Somethingâ€™s not quite right with the Stepford Cukoos and the X-Men better figure out what it is…and fast! Also, what does Weapon Plus have to do with all this?
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If youâ€™re an X-Fan or you enjoyed Endsong this looks like itâ€™s going to be a stellar follow-up.
… this is a solid and likable read. It feels like a big time book, and Pak is willing to write some risky character arcs.
It’s a strong start and even without Land on art, it’s hard to find anything to complain about. Pak seems to improve with every new comic he writes.
Andrew Jastrzembski, writing for ComixFan.com, gives four stars to “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #1, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Tyler Kirkham. Here’s an excerpt:
The good news about this book is that Greg Pak returns to weave his latest Phoenix tale. Pakâ€™s writing on X-Men Phoenix: Endsong and now X-men Phoenix: Warsong really impresses me. There is not a lot of superfluous wording in his stories, and his characterizations of the big name X-Men are spot on. Large ensemble casts can be difficult when you have to juggle several different personalities. Pak shows us again that he can deftly handle large casts without hindering the story and not cheating any of the characters.
Lucas Siegel, writing for Newsarama’s Best Shots, likes “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #1, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Tyler Kirkham. Here’s an excerpt:
Greg Pak is definitely out to take us on an even wilder ride than the last time here…. If you read Phoenix: Endsong and enjoyed it, then based on this first issue, you’ll be along for a good jaunt back in the insanity that is the Phoenix’ world.
“Incredible Hulk,” “Battlestar Galactica,” and “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” comic book writer Greg Pak is tonight’s guest on the live Fanboy Radio internet talk show, which begins at 7 pm EST. Listeners can call in with questions — visit http://www.fanboyradio.com for the full scoop.
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“X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #1, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Tyler Kirkham, continues to nab positive notices. Two recent excerpts:
“As with the first series, Pak has taken a rather simple Phoenix story and used it as a springboard for some interesting character material. And that’s the skill with this sort of thing.”
— Paul O’Brien, X-Axis
“… some nice character moments that once again makes me want to see what Pak could do with a regular X-Book.”
— Peter Dimitriadis, Unreachable Star
Writer Greg Pak will attend a signing at a comic book store in New York City on September 13, the day the Pak-penned “Incredible Hulk” #98 hits stands. The details:
4 – 6 p.m., Wednesday, September 13
Jim Hanley’s Universe
4 West 33rd St. (off 5th Ave. – opposite the Empire State Building)
Other creators at the signing include writer C.B. Cebulski, writer/artist Michael Avon Oeming, writer Bryan Glass, writer Tom DeFalco and artist Dave Simons.
Pak’s recent comics include “Battlestar Galactica” #1 (released August 30), “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” (released September 6) and “Incredible Hulk” #98 (released September 13.