X-Men/Avengers: Onslaught Omnibus
ISBN: 130293161X
EAN13: 9781302931612
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 18, 2022
Pages: 1296
Format: Hardcover
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   Book reprints like this make it much easier to have them all ...
Onslaught was one of my favorites, but it became hard for me to continue holding onto the individual comics forever, so I sold them. This book is HUGE, though - this book is known. By huge, I mean 1,224 pages of actual comics, not counting any additional material that takes up an additional 100 pages. But if you can stumble on this for a decent price, it is well worth the buy!
 
5
   Great finish all in one book
This is exactly what I was looking for, a great finish to it all in one book. Most likely enough if you want to meet the MU and some of the great histories...
 
4
   Not a complete collection
Interesting, I thought this would be a good collection and isn 't always a complete story, but is this book 2? Starts off assuming we know what is going on so far and I haven 't a clue. But book well made ink is perfect weight is a lot of work lugging it around. Except it isn 't a complete collection over all, great book.
 
4
   The look and feel of this enormous book is great. The binding makes it easy to read
The look and feel of this great book is enormous. The book under the dust cover is much better than the cover itself. I am familiar with the X-Men side of this story, so that seeing all the tie-ins together is great. Almost all the art is good quality and the story moves along well. The only thing I did not like about the whole book was one of the follow-up stories A day at the mansion. The art was designed for a 13 year old boy and having this big story at the end of the book was like a crappy let down. If they had left the last two stories, I would say it was for sure 5 stars.
 
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