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Before you say, "What, another Dark Phoenix story?"--well, on second thought, youcansay that, becausePhoenix: Endsongis indeed another Dark Phoenix story, though maybe the best-looking one yet. In Greg Pak's five-part miniseries, Jean Grey returns to once again test the resolve of those who love her if they can destroy her for the good of the universe. Ultimately, the story doesn't amount to much, but few artists draw women as beautiful as Greg Land does, and if your main interest is seeing Jean Grey and Emma Frost looking as gorgeous as they've ever looked,Phoenix: Endsongis worth the price of admission.--David Horiuchi
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ISBN-10:  0785116419
ISBN-13:  978-0785116417
Author:  Greg Pak
Publisher:  Marvel Comics
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In this series, the Phoenix force is brutally jarred from slumber by Shi'ar determined to destroy it. Because of the brutal attack, the Phoenix is confused, scared, and lonely. Returning to the Xavier Institute in search of Scott, she finds that his heart now belongs to Emma Frost, the White Queen. Hurt by the rejection, both the Phoenix and Jean struggle for control of Jean's mind, body, and soul. Since the Phoenix can end all of creation, or easily destroy the Earth, the X-Men must battle their …
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