Thursday, 15 November 2012

X-Men Legacy: COVERED

Folks. I've been disgustingly lucky with the covers previewed so far for the X-Men Legacy book, and I wanted to quickly showcase some of the genius pieces by our regular coverist Mike Del Mundo. The man is quite simply amazing.  Feast your eyes:








4 comments:

Jerald Uy said...

The cover to X-Men Legacy 3 is so cool. At first glance, it looks like a girl in chains. If you would look closer, you'd see birds flying.

I'm enjoying the writing. The downside: the intro says Legion has a "schizophrenic" brain. Schizophrenia is different from disassociative identity disorder.

Schizophrenia is a psychiatric condition where a person hears and sees things that are not real. Disassociative identity disorder, meanwhile, is also known as multiple personality disorder.

LIZARKEO said...

Hey dude, your website (www.simonspurrier.co.uk/) is all malware alerts =)

Just stopped here to say hi and send my appreciation and support for your great work on Legacy. X-Club was DA BOMB (BTW I did this little fanboy homage here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWJmsTUYDqM, yep, you can skip to 4:05, heh), I can't wait to see your next duet with Paul Davidson.

Cheers,
Lizarkeo

pghhead said...

Hi Simon;
Seems like it's been sometime since you posted here. I was expecting to see some comment, etc. on SIX-GUN GORILLA which is a great book. Here's a review I posted recently . . . .
http://www.bcrefugees.blogspot.com/2013/06/more-hidden-treasures-recent-books.html
Best wishes;
Mike / pghhead

x said...

Thank you for your run on X-Men Legacy.

I've got disassociative identity disorder (which, as the previous poster noted, is different from schizophrenia), and I've loved this book. It has spoken to me in ways that (hopefully) you'll never understand. Thank you. Thank you thank you thank you.

I cried when I read the last issue. Not because it was sad, but because it was beautiful. Legion found his peace, and Ruth found her peace. That's all anyone really wants, really.

Again, thank you.