Rogue: The Complete Collection (Rogue

Rogue The Complete Collection Rogue Collects Rogue During her time with the X Men the mysterious young woman known as Rogue has been many things Soldier friend student and daughter But when a mission brings her back to her

  • Title: Rogue: The Complete Collection (Rogue
  • Author: Rob Rodi Tony Bedard Cliff Richards Karl Moline Derec Donovan Rodolfo Migliari
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Collects Rogue 2004 1 12 During her time with the X Men, the mysterious young woman known as Rogue has been many things Soldier, friend, student and daughter But when a mission brings her back to her childhood home in Mississippi, Rogue comes face to face with the demons in her past and a terrible secret that has haunted her family since her birth With Gambit on hCollects Rogue 2004 1 12 During her time with the X Men, the mysterious young woman known as Rogue has been many things Soldier, friend, student and daughter But when a mission brings her back to her childhood home in Mississippi, Rogue comes face to face with the demons in her past and a terrible secret that has haunted her family since her birth With Gambit on hand to help out, Rogue must discover her parents fate Then, when a photograph surfaces of Rogue and Mystique during their time in the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants a photograph that Rogue has no memory of her search for the truth takes her all the way to Japan And during clashes with Sunfire and Lady Deathstrike, a traumatic encounter will leave Rogue drastically changed Who is Blindspot and is she Rogue s best friend, or greatest foe

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    1. The first half of the book had rogue revisiting her childhood home and helping a mutant dream. It was really quite dumb and retconned her childhood into this asinine story of her parents living on a commune and trying to get to a part of the dream world called the "Far Banks". It was quite terrible but with good art by Cliff Richards.The 2nd story had Rogue headed to Japan to help out Sunfire taking on Lady Deathstroke and Silver Samurai. It had ramifications for both Sunfire and Rogue for years [...]

    2. I preferred the first part of the book (I won't lie, I preferred that part because it had Gambit in it =p). I didn't know much about Rogue's dark past, so it was nice learning about it. Now I see why Remy loves her so much. Their love story is just so beautiful and frustrating and argh! *cries a river 'cause Remy can't touch Anna* Oh and loved the graphics, as always.

    3. If you're a fan of Rogue from the X-Men, this graphic novel collects her solo comics. Plenty of insight into her history, and includes the complete storyline in Japan that shaped her future.

    4. I have rarely seen so much absorbing in the X Men as I did in episode 1 here - the purported wish of Rogue’s to avoid using her main power seems to go out of the window here. The first story is quite pedestrian until some nifty shifts around episode 4, when it goes off-piste and improves. Ditto for the structure of the second story, although this one works a little less well.For those who love Rogue, it may just be true that she functions better in a team than on her own.

    5. 3,5 Sterne für die Gesamtausgabe der Rogue-Serie von Robert Rodi und Tony Bedard. Als Einstieg für die Figur ist der Band nur bedingt geeignet, Vorkenntnisse sond durchaus hilfreich, auch wenn sich einiges aus den Kontext herleiten lässt. Die erste Geschichte um Rogues Herkunft und Familie hat mir persönlich besser gefallen, auch wenn die zweite zumindest mit dem interessanteren Setting aufwartet. Lediglich das Finale ist mir etwas zu überladen.

    6. The first half I would've given 5 stars, but the second half was more like 2, so maybe a 3.5 overall? I super mega enjoyed volume one, and the romance between Rogue and Gambit was what I had hoped would be in X-Men: Gambit and Rogue (which fell a little short for me). If you're a fan of Rogue and/or Gambit, or even X-Men in general, this is still definitely worth a read!

    7. Overall, it's a pretty solid read, but #1-6 and #7-12 are distinctly different in how they go about telling a story that delves into Rogue's past. #1-6 ended up being the stronger story and the one I liked more (which surprised me, since I bought this because of the Sunfire developments) but that's not to say #7-12 isn't entertaining, too, but the second half of the book has more plot holes and character motivations that are forced and a bit ridiculous.

    8. It was interesting to read more about one of my favorite X-Men. The two series were both very unique and helped readers to understand Rogue better and learn more about how she becomes who she is. I think I liked the first series a little better than the second one but they were both interesting reads and kept you wondering what would happen next.

    9. Growing up with X Men, mostly from the cartoon and movies, Rogue was one of my favorites next to Night crawler, Gambit, etc, from her cool costume designs and being the most interesting, this sounded like my kind of read. And it was interesting, with the different story arcs and art styles. Pretty good read.

    10. Rogue has always been a favorite character. I enjoyed the story arc and learning more about her past and how it affects her. Wasn't a big fan of the art of the second story arc, but still handled well.

    11. Solid collection with two stories that fill in some gaps about Rogue's past. Good mix of character building and action.

    12. Love rogue as a character, this graphic novel has good art work ok writing but in the long run it fell flat. Rogue is a great character but not a strong enough character to hold a series on her own.

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