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I feel I should warn you, I have written a little about the series first in order to introduce each book so you can read them independently it feels like cheating but I promise its well intended! The Exiles are an offshoot of the original Age of Apocalypse story in the X-men comics. In ... Read review
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Exiles Volume 15: Enemy Of The Stars TPB: Enemy of the Stars v. 15 (Graphic Novel Pb) - Chris Claremont

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Exiles: Volume 15 Enemy of the Stars

Advantagesa minor blip in a great series

DisadvantagesChris Clairemont, entirely new direction

"I feel I should warn you, I have written a little about the series first in order to introduce each book so you can read them independently it feels like cheating but I promise its well intended! The Exiles are an offshoot of the original Age of Apocalypse story in the X-men comics. In essence it is similar to a science fiction TV show from years ago called Sliders, it has a little Quantum Leap and a touch of Marvels classic What If series (without ..." Read review
26.03.2008

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Type Comics
Title Exiles: Enemy of the Stars
Author Chris Claremont
ISBN 785123903
EAN 9780785123903

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