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Monday, October 5, 2009

X-Men – Supernovas | Comics

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X-Men – Supernovas | Comics
The feral mutant Sabretooth is haunted by a group of super powered villains with Spanish codenames, only known as The Children of The Vault. They are neither human, nor mutants; a completely different kind with uncanny powers and abilities superior to the others, make them believe that they are the only species with the right to exist on Earth. So, they are on a mission to destroy every other life form on Earth. The Children wants to kill Sabretooth just because he knows of their existence but he managed to barely escape from them and came to the mansion of X-Men for protection from them, who were also framed for the destruction of a city of Mexico to the mass media by the Children of The Vault.

Next, The Children raids a S.H.I.E.L.D. facility and after killing all the operatives present on the base within minutes, they recruits a captive Northstar and his sister Aurora after brain-washing and amplifying their power. The twin raid an attack on the X-Men all of a sudden and in the initial impact killed Iceman. They came here for one purpose and that is to kill Sabretooth. The twins were eventually subdued by the efforts of Mystique, Rogue and Cable. After interrogating Sabretooth, Cable learns of the existence of these new threats and that put the X-Men on The Children’s hit list too. As the twin has failed them in their purpose and their cover is blown, The Children of The Vault decides to engage the X-Men directly. Meanwhile, an deadly extra-terrestrial threat called The Hecatomb is accidentally unleashed upon the world by Lady Mastermind.
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A Manipulation to Misdirection
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The Hecatomb Strikes

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X-Men – Supernovas (Hardcover)

"X-Men – Supernovas" is a new turn of X-Tales for the fans of the new generations and to do that job with excellence, Marvel Comics brought up writer Mike Carey (X-Men – Manifest Destiny, X-Men – Messiah CompleX) and the talented penciller Chris Bachalo (Captain America – Homeland, Dark Reign – The Sinister Spider-Man) on board. This creator duo sparked their magic and the story is a great hit! This storyline is released on 2006, in the second monthly ongoing volume of the X-Men comic series and ran for six issues from issue #188-193, creating scope for many promising development for future stories featuring the related characters like Cannonball, Omega Sentinel and Mystique.
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Monday, February 14, 2005

Bishop | Comics

In a dystopian future timeline of 21st century, where the mutant populations are hunted down by Sentinels, Lucas Bishop was born with his twin sister Shard in a relocation camp of Brooklyn. Just like the other mutants of that era, both of them were marked with an “M” tattoo on their right eye. Professor Charles Xavier and his team of X-Men were slain long ago and though fractions of humans allied themselves with the mutants, they still refused to live alongside the mutant-kind.

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Bishop | Comics

In memory of Xavier’s dream of a mutant/human peaceful co-existence, Xavier Security Enforcers are formed and at a young age Bishop and Shard were recruited in XSE to fight crime while pursuing a man named Trevor Fitzroy, a mutant criminal with the power of absorbing energy.

Bishop then traveled back to past in the X-Men’s timeline where unable to return to his time, he accepted the honorable offer to join the ranks of X-Men. For a brief time, he suspected fellow X-Man Gambit as the fabled traitor of his timeline who caused this apocalyptic future upon them but eventually learned that it was Xavier himself all along.

During Onslaught’s rampage, Bishop saved the lives of his teammates by absorbing a massive energy surge. Later, he aided the Shi’ar Deathbird and also helped The Avengers on various occasion. When the rumor of a baby messiah was spread after “M-Day”, he took it upon himself to find the baby and eradicate it but he picks a fight with Cable and eventually ends up shooting Professor Xavier in the face (X-Men – Messiah CompleX).

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Bishop (Comics) Wikipedia

Bishop (Comics) Marvel Wikia

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A New Yesterday

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X-Men – The Coming of Bishop

X-Men/Ghost Rider – Brood Trouble In The Big Easy

X-Men – X-Cutioner's Song

X-Men – Fatal Attractions

Avengers/X-Men – Bloodties

X-Men – Legionquest

X-Men – Age of Apocalypse Prelude

X-Men – The Complete Age of Apocalypse Epic, Book 01

X-Men – The Complete Age of Apocalypse Epic, Book 02

X-Men – The Complete Age of Apocalypse Epic, Book 03

X-Men – The Complete Age of Apocalypse Epic, Book 04

X-Men – The Age of Apocalypse Omnibus

X-Babies Classic Vol 01

X-Men Visionaries – Joe Madureira

X-Men – Prelude to Onslaught

X-Men – The Complete Onslaught Epic, Book 01

X-Men – The Complete Onslaught Epic, Book 02

X-Men – The Complete Onslaught Epic, Book 03

X-Men – The Complete Onslaught Epic, Book 04

X-Men/Avengers – Onslaught Omnibus

X-Men – Zero Tolerance

X-Men vs. Apocalypse Vol 01 – The Twelve

Avengers/X-Men – Maximum Security

X-Men – Dream's End

X-Treme X-Men Vol 01 – Destiny

X-Treme X-Men Vol 1.5 – Savage Land

X-Treme X-Men Vol 02 – Invasion

Uncanny X-Men – The New Age Vol 01 – The End of History

Uncanny X-Men – The New Age Vol 02 – The Cruelest Cut

Uncanny X-Men – The New Age Vol 04 – End of Greys

Uncanny X-Men – The New Age Vol 05 – First Foursaken

X-Men – Messiah CompleX (Softcover)

X-Men – Messiah CompleX (Hardcover)

X-Force/Cable – Messiah War

Lucas Bishop AKA Bishop is a fictional Marvel Comics character that debuted in the 282th issue of the first monthly ongoing volume of Uncanny X-Men series in 1991. Artist Whilce Portacio (Iron Man, Punisher) and Jim Lee (Divine Right, Wolverine), who were working for marvel on that time, were responsible creating the character.

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The Mutant Eradicator

Soon, he got his own monthly ongoing limited series and a couple of other spin-off series as well. Unlike most of the other Marvel characters, Bishop is from the Earth-1191 timeline, apart from the regular Earth-616 universe but made his place in the regular continuity. The character also appeared in the in the mainstream animated TV series Wolverine and the X-Men (2009) and the 2014 film “X-Men – Days of Future Past” portrayed by actor Omar Sy.
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Tuesday, December 7, 2004

Gambit | Comics

Due to his “Red Eyes” at childhood, Remy LeBeau was abandoned as an infant but later adopted by the Thieves’ Guild who dubbed him “The White Devil”. The boy grew up learning the art of thievery and soon met the patriarch of the guild Jean-Luc LeBeau. Later he left the guild and learned to use his kinetic mutant energy through various objects; mostly playing cards.

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Gambit | Comics

Even after years of practice Remy still had trouble controlling his vast powers and he sought the aid of the geneticist Mister Sinister to help him up. With Gambit in the lead, Sinister formed The Marauders and orchestrated the “Mutant Massacre” on the Morlocks. His attempt to stop them proved fruitless and he barely survived from the feral mutant Sabretooth, along with a young Marrow.

Gambit joined the ranks of X-Men with the help of the then powerless Storm. There he met fellow mutant Rogue and they both fell in love. Later, Magneto held him on a mock-trial for his role in the infamous Morlock Massacre and soon Remy is met by his counterpart New Sun from another dimension, who came to destroy him.

When X-Man Bishop traveled to present from the future, he recognized Gambit as the fabled witness of the “Onslaught” event. Remy was tricked by the eternal mutant Apocalypse and become his Horseman of Death. Eventually he battled his former teammates and moved to Sinister’s Marauders with Sunfire. During Messiah CompleX, Wolverine stabbed him to learn Cable’s location and Remy left Sinister to retrieve Xavier’s recently deceased body.

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Gambit (Comics) Wikipedia

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Gambit Re-Joins The Marauders

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Wolverine – Tales of Weapon X (Softcover)

Wolverine – Tales of Weapon X (Hardcover)

X-Men – Gambit Classic Vol 01

X-Men – Wolverine/Gambit (Softcover)

X-Men – Wolverine/Gambit (Hardcover)

X-Men by Chris Claremont and Jim Lee Omnibus Volume 01

Gambit is a fictional mutant superhero of Marvel Comics who happens to be an honorary member of the mutant adventurer team of X-Men. The character was created by the creator duo of writer Chris Claremont (Captain Britain, Contest of Champions II) and artist Jim Lee (All-Star Batman and Robin, Divine Right) in 1990 and he appeared on the Uncanny X-Men Annual issue #14.

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As Horseman of Death

Gambit soon became a very famous character from Marvel Universe and appeared in a few limited series of his own, a couple of monthly ongoing and many other comic book appearances. The character of Gambit was portrayed in a live action film by Taylor Kitsch in the 2009 film X-Men Origins – Wolverine.
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Monday, December 15, 2003

Sabretooth | Comics

Victor Creed was a mutant who was abused by his father for his feral mutation all his childhood and in return he killed him before fleeing home. He grew up to be a blood-lusty person who would meet his life-long arch-nemesis Wolverine when he attacked the Blackfoot tribe Logan was staying with and killed his lover Silverfox after brutally raping her.

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Sabretooth | Comics

During the mid-60's, he joined Team X and received the code-name Sabretooth. Later, he got recruited by Gambit in Mr. Sinister’s team of Marauders for the infamous “Mutant Massacre”. Professor Xavier took Creed to X-Mansion, seeking for his redemption but he escapes injuring Psylocke and Archangel. Soon, Sabretooth is forcibly rolled in a government funded X-Factor but he only left a trail of bodies behind.

Apocalypse pitted Sabretooth and Wolverine in a fight to chose his Horseman of Death. Not only he lost the battle, his adamantium was given to Logan. When he was chased by the Children of the Vault, Sabretooth came looking for sanctuary and joined the X-Men, only to betray them next. Logan apparently killed him but Creed later resurfaced as the leader of Hand (Back In Japan) with Mystique.

Following Professor X's death during “Avengers Vs. X-Men”, Magneto joined Cyclops' team of X-Men and Mystique proceed to reform the Brotherhood with Victor. Sabretooth eventually took his enemy’s mantle after the "Death of Wolverine". As the moral AXIS of heroes were inverted, Magneto enlisted him alongside Carnage, Deadpool, Doctor Doom, Loki and others.

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Sabretooth (Comics) Marvel Wikia

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Loner Victor Creed

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Origin II (Softcover)

Origin II (Hardcover)

X-Men – Origins

Wolverine – Wolverine's Revenge (Softcover)

Wolverine – Wolverine's Revenge (Hardcover)

Wolverine Origins Vol 03 – Swift and Terrible

New Avengers By Brian Michael Bendis Vol 02 (Softcover)

New Avengers By Brian Michael Bendis Vol 02 (Hardcover)

Avengers 1959

Wolverine – Tales of Weapon X (Softcover)

Wolverine – Tales of Weapon X (Hardcover)

X-Men – Mutant Massacre (Softcover)

X-Men – Mutant Massacre (Hardcover)

X-Men – Phalanx Covenant

Spider-Man – The Assassin Nation Plot

Amazing Spider-Man By David Michelinie and Todd McFarlane Omnibus

Spider-Man/Punisher/Sabretooth – Designer Genes

X-Men – Fatal Attractions

Sabretooth – Death Hunt

X-Men – The Age of Apocalypse Omnibus

X-Men – Age of Apocalypse Omnibus Companion

Sabretooth – Back To Nature

Team X/Team 7

Identity Disc

Sabretooth – Open Season

X-Men – Supernovas (Softcover)

X-Men – Supernovas (Hardcover)

Wolverine – Sabretooth

Wolverine – Back in Japan (Softcover)

Wolverine – Back in Japan (Hardcover)

Wolverine – Sabretooth Reborn (Softcover)

Wolverine – Sabretooth Reborn (Hardcover)

All-New X-Men Vol 02 – Here To Stay

Uncanny X-Men Vol 03 – The Good, The Bad, The Inhuman

Wolverine Vol 02 – Killable

Death of Wolverine (Softcover)

Death of Wolverine (Hardcover)

Death of Wolverine – The Logan Legacy

Avengers & X-Men – Axis (Softcover)

Avengers & X-Men – Axis (Hardcover)

Uncanny Avengers Vol 01 – Counter-Evolutionary

Served a lifetime as the primary villain for one of Marvel’s most popular hero Wolverine, the fictional character Sabretooth was created by Chris Claremont (Captain Britain, Contest of Champions II) and John Byrne (Darkseid/Galactus, Uncanny X-Men). Even though, Victor Creed would make quite a regular appearance on the pages of Uncanny X-Men in the early period, he first debuted on Iron Fist issue #14, in 1977.

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The Most Feral Mutant

During the character’s decade-long fan-favorite run as a villain of X-Men and Wolverine himself, he was also part of many of the titles and teams aside from the one’s mentioned above like Avengers Unity Division, Astonishing Avengers, Avengers 1959, Hellfire Club, Hounds, Weapon X and the Wolverines. On several occasion he also tangled with Spider-Man, Daredevil and Punisher.

Despite him being portrayed as a villain in the regular continuity, Sabretooth is a depicted as a hero in the Age of Apocalypse reality. In live-action movie, actor Tyler Mane and Liev Schreiber has respectively played the role in X-Men (2000) and X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009).
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