Synopses & Reviews
"They're finally listening the world is finally listening
to us... And all we had to do was take off our frightening masks
and step from the shadows."
His name is Charles Xavier... and he is a mutant.
For years, Professor X was widely regarded as an authority on genetic mutation, and an advocate of peaceful relations between man and mutant. The general public was unaware he possessed superhuman powers until the psionically empowered psychopath Cassandra Nova his twin sister addressed the global media while in possession of her brothers body and broke his decades-long silence. But in attempting to expose Xavier to his enemies, she unwittingly freed him from his self-imposed exile.
In just over a year, writer Grant Morrison has challenged every X-Men reader's expectations, revoking every unwritten "law" of the series. In New X-Men Volume 3, Morrison takes the mutant heroes to new heights... and new worlds.
From the teeming city streets of New York's Mutant Town to the irradiated ruins of the island nation Genosha, once a haven for mutants, the X-Men set out to heal the rift between humanity and Homo superior only to uncover a terrifyling new threat to both species!
Collecting New X-Men #127-133 written by Morrison (Batman: Arkham Asylum, Fantastic Four: 1234) and illustrated by Ethan Van Sciver (Flash: Iron Heights), Igor Kordy (Soldier X), John Paul Leon (Earth X) and Phil Jimenez (Wonder Woman).
In this volume, the X-Men emancipate Xorn, a mutant imprisoned since birth. Illustrations.