X-MEN: AGE OF APOCALYPSE ONE-SHOT (2005) #1 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: X-Men: Age of Apocalypse One-Shot (2005) #1
When Bishop restored the rightful order of the world at the conclusion of the Age of Apocalypse saga, it spelled the end of a long nightmare in which mutant-tyrants conquered the planet through brutality and savagery. Or did it? In these four tales of that dramatic epoch, we learn the Age of Apocalypse lives on! First, Colossus drops out of the war against the Apocalypse and becomes a teacher of young mutants in "Talking About My Generation" (written by Scott Lobdell and drawn by Alvin Lee). Then, learn the startling origin of >the Sabretooth-Wild Thing partnership in "Man Bites Dog," (written by Tony Bedard and drawn by Paco Medina and Juan Vlasco).

Next, Wolverine and Yuriko take on the Silver Samurai and a trio of ninja street thugs in a bloody battle over honor in the “Shinjuku Incident” (written by Larry Hama and drawn by Talent Caldwell and Matt “Batt” Banning). Finally, in the reality of the Age of Apocalypse, Magneto is the greatest protector of human freedom and at the height of the conflict, the mutant master of magnetism stops a nuclear bomb attack on New York City. So, what is it that Magneto is so desperate to hide? “Beginning at the End” is written by Akira Yoshida and drawn by Mark Brooks and Jaime Mendoza.

Publisher: MarvelTitle: X-MEN: AGE OF APOCALYPSE ONE-SHOT (2005)
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