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eBook Excalibur Visionaries: Alan Davis - Volume 2 ePub
Author: Alan Davis
Language: English
ISBN: 0785144552
ISBN13: 978-0785144557
Publisher: Marvel (February 3, 2010)
Pages: 240
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Young Teens
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 830
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ePub file: 1269 kb
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Excalibur Visionaries book. As for the plots: most of the volume is taken up by characters arcs, and they’re generally fine

Excalibur Visionaries book. I read this after Volume 1 of Knights of Pendragon, and it really made me appreciate the fun within Excalibur. As for the plots: most of the volume is taken up by characters arcs, and they’re generally fine. Nightcrawler’s training of the Technet is the funniest and Rachel’s the most interesting.

Alan Davis (born 18 June 1956) is an English writer and artist of comic books, known for his work on titles such as Captain Britain, The Uncanny X-Men, ClanDestine, Excalibur, JLA: The Nail and JLA: Another Nail. Davis began his career in comics on an English fanzine. His first professional work was a strip called The Crusader in Frantic Magazine for Dez Skinn's revamped Marvel UK line.

These and other astonishments await as co-creator Alan Davis takes Excalibur into space and down the rabbit hole! Plus: a battle with the X-Men across time and a team-up with the X-Men against Trolls!

These and other astonishments await as co-creator Alan Davis takes Excalibur into space and down the rabbit hole! Plus: a battle with the X-Men across time and a team-up with the X-Men against Trolls! Collects Excalibur (1988) and Excalibur: XX Crossing One-Shot. Header 4. Header 3. Header 2.

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Secrets of the Phoenix-Force! Dinosaur subplots resolved! Captain Britain and Spider-Man vs. a pack of human dogs! These and other astonishments await as co-creator Alan Davis takes Excalibur into space and down the rabbit hole! Plus: a battle with the X-Men across time and a team-up with the X-Men against Trolls! Collects Excalibur (1988) #51-58 and the Excalibur: XX Crossing one-shot.
Pedar
...but not all Davis.

This book is 240 pages of Excalibur (issues #51 - #58) and Excalibur vs. the X-Men.

The parts of the book by Davis (penciling and writing) are excellent, tying up some very longstanding loose ends and advancing some very longstanding subplots. Like the best of Excalibur they are deeply steeped in the Captain Britain back story rather than that of the Marvel universe as a whole.

The other parts of the book are well written and entertaining for the most part but rely heavily on guest stars like the X-Men and Spider-Man. The art is not up to the standard set by Alan Davis. I am happy they were included; I'm still disappointed that the issues between Excalibur Classic #5 and Excalibur Visionaries: Alan Davis Volume 1 are still "orphaned".

As indicated above I strongly urge that the Excalibur story be read in order starting with Excalibur Classic #1. If one doesn't, one will be very confused and bewildered. I agree with other reviewers about billing this as an Alan Davis book but I tend to see these volumes as continuations of the Excalibur Classic series. As such I'm buying for Excalibur and not Alan Davis and am not as bothered as some might be. The prospective buyer should use their own judgment in the matter.
Ann
alan davis is the man
Grari
Excellent. Alan Davis at his best. Excalibur' finest.
Briciraz
I'm thankful that Marvel has chosen to collect Alan Davis' fantastic run on Excalibur in its entirety. This second volume includes some great issues and moments, including Excalibur 52 which recounts Rachel's backstory and features a Jean Grey guest appearance, the first on-page reunion between Kitty and the X-Men and an appearance by Psylocke.

Alan Davis draws very few of the issues in this book, so this is primarily Alan Davis the Writer, not the Artist. A few of the issues are fill-in issues written by Scott Lobdell. Excalibur was frequently was published bi-weekly during this time period, so filler issues were tossed in and Alan could not keep up with the pace of writing and drawing every issue.

These are some great issues of Excalibur that X-Men fans will truly appreciate. If you are a fan of Alan Davis' artwork, then wait for the next volume of Excalibur which will feature some of Alan's best artwork of his career.
Ylonean
And many of the stories that are included, don;t actually have much to do with the story Alan was telling. Would rather pay for a giant hardcover of just the Davis stuff.
Vispel
Sure, there's some Alan Davis in here, and it's the fine work you've come to expect from him, but it's maybe 60% of the book. The rest are fill-in artists, including James Fry, Dwayne Turner, and a young Joe Madureira, and they are good in their own ways, but their names aren't the big selling point on the cover of the book are they?

(Since the collection ends at issue #58, and Davis left the book again at #67, I guess we can expect to get soaked for at least one more collection with Davis' name tacked on to it.)
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