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Uncanny X-Men # 101-137
If kinematics Dark Phoenix If you want more, there is a place to find it: in the original scenario of the comic strip, which has run over four years and offered exactly the character development (and costume changes, the Secret societies on the theme of BDSM, and control of the mind, oh God, mental control …) that fans complain that the new film is missing. All this plus Dazzler debuts at a discotheque of the period. The 1970s were a hell of an era.
Weird adventures # 27
There is no way to avoid it; The band of Jean Gray published in the title of this anthology is a quirk, and a rather obscure. Nevertheless, he builds Jean Gray's backstory, beyond what had appeared inside the kernel X Men series, and it offers a glimpse into an inner life that the character was otherwise denied. It also involves a fight with a submarine despot, for good measure. If only all the obscure quirks were so amusing (or revealing).
New X-Men # 114-154
If the first story of Jean Gray Phoenix was reestablished a few years after being printed, Grant Morrison's metamorphosis at the beginning of the 21st century to the X-Men would prove to be the first time that Jean Gray would become the Phoenix for real . It was … in a very unfortunate direction for her. (Spoilers: Jean does not come out alive, except that she does.) It's all a problem.) For those who have never taken that for granted. a powerful woman does not trust her, that might be the answer. research.
Phoenix Resurrection # 1-5
The ultimate story of Jean Gray Phoenix may have come from the mini-series that aimed not only to put Jean back into circulation after more than a decade, at least Jean adult; There was a teenage version traveling back in time that had circulated for a few years at that time, but was also constantly resolving the nature of her relationship with Phoenix Force. It relies on all sorts of X-Men comic book story and becomes more than a little fantastic, but actually works as a great counterbalance to what's happening in the world. Dark Phoenix movie
X-Men Red # 1-11, annual # 1
It lasted a short unhappy period, but X-Men Red was almost the Platonic ideal of what could be an X-Men comic book. It also hits all the notes that the Dark Phoenix movie attempts, and in a more successful way. A reformulation of the mutant metaphor that engages the franchise to be accepted and diversity is a comic that looks as current as it was when it was released, unfortunately, which means it's a comic who needs to read right now, if it is not already done.
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