“Marvel’s iconic mutant team has lived rent-free in the heads of superhero fans for more than 50 years, captivating readers with long-running subplots, twists in the timeline, revisions to character histories, and every other storytelling trick in the book.”
Featured in Forbes’ Best Graphic Novels of 2018.
X-Men: Grand Design is a mega comics book by Ed Piskor who put 300 issues of X-Men comics into a 300-page story. The X-Men comics books remained undeniably relevant to several generations of readers and this X-Men: Grand Design is an ambitious work of Ed Piskor to compile the oldest X-Men comics as well as the new ones to appeal to a wide range of readers and comics enthusiasts.
The X-Men: Grand Design takes readers on an exhilarating trip of X-Men history by compiling hundreds of obscure and classic stories into one impeccable work of art of X-Men universe. The art in the comics is great and a contemporary take on the 1960s and 1970s style.
The X-Men: Grand Design consists of the key characters of the X-Men universe and their back-story that will provide readers with interesting information of their favorite characters and will make them empathize with the underdogs in an ever more complex world. In the comics, the author retells more than 70 issues of X-Men in a concise but effective manner compared to the actual issues. The X-Men: Grand Design is a must-read for any fan of the X-comics or Piskor’s works.
The X-Men: Grand Design includes X-Men #1 from 1963 from skillfully recolored by Ed as well as other comics including recolored classic pinups. The paper of the comic book is thicker compared to most Marvel comic books has a brownish shade that highlights the art.