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by John Paul Leon,Bill Reinhold,Jim Krueger
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  • Author:
    John Paul Leon,Bill Reinhold,Jim Krueger
  • ISBN:
    0785123253
  • ISBN13:
    978-0785123255
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  • Publisher:
    Marvel; 2nd edition (July 12, 2006)
  • Pages:
    472 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Graphic Novels
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  • Rating:
    4.3
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John Paul Leon (born April, 1972 in New York City) is an American comic book artist, known for his work on the Milestone Comics series Static, and the Marvel Comics limited series Earth X. Leon first began working professionally at the age of 16, wi. .

John Paul Leon (born April, 1972 in New York City) is an American comic book artist, known for his work on the Milestone Comics series Static, and the Marvel Comics limited series Earth X. Leon first began working professionally at the age of 16, with a series of black and white illustrations for TSR's Dragon and Dungeon magazines. While majored in illustration at New York's School of Visual Arts, studying under artists as Will Eisner, Walter Simonson, and Jack Potter.

John Paul Leon has been replaced as the penciler, so "Universe X" has a different .

John Paul Leon has been replaced as the penciler, so "Universe X" has a different look. The plethora of artists only reinforces the idea that this is not as coherent a story as the first part of the trilogy. Following the creative triumph of "Earth X," author Jim Kreuger tries to take every single character and plot point in the history of Marvel comics and cram it all into one, authoritative through line.

ungoliantschilde: John Paul Leon ~ High Contrast Excellence for You Guys. Earth-X Celestials & Galactus: John Paul Leon

ungoliantschilde: John Paul Leon ~ High Contrast Excellence for You Guys. Earth-X Celestials & Galactus: John Paul Leon. Pencils: John Paul Leon Inker: Luis Arellano (me. Earth X by John Paul Leon.

John Paul Leon - pencils Bill Reinhold - inks. I know that Jim Krueger has proposed a new series called "Tales from Earth X", but never was greenlighted.

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Art in this folder is primarily from the Marvel Comics series EARTH-X created by Alex Ross and written by Jim Krueger

Art in this folder is primarily from the Marvel Comics series EARTH-X created by Alex Ross and written by Jim Krueger. Also included is art from CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN written by Steven Grant. EARTH-X art and COTU art by John Paul Leon-pencils and Bill Reinhold-inks Additionally, EARTH-X 1/2 art by Bill Reinhold. Earth-X Captain America 2016. 10. 76. Earth-X Capt.

John Paul Leon was born in New York City as the son of Cuban immigrants. He grew up in Miami, and attended the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, where he majored in illustration. He has been working in comics since the early 1990s, and his first published work was a Dark Horse 'Robocop: Prime' mini-series. He then did 'Static' for Milestone, and is best known for his work on Marvel's 'Earth X' with Alex Ross

jim krueger/john paul leon/bill reinhold It's the penultimate chapter in the EARTH X saga! The Celestials return to Earth and face one of Marvel's classic heroes in a battle to the death! Meanwhile, in Asgard, Loki begs Thor, Clea and Odin?to kill him! And just who won the fight between Captain.

jim krueger/john paul leon/bill reinhold It's the penultimate chapter in the EARTH X saga! The Celestials return to Earth and face one of Marvel's classic heroes in a battle to the death! Meanwhile, in Asgard, Loki begs Thor, Clea and Odin?to kill him! And just who won the fight between Captain America and the Skull?! Just because this is the last issue of the limited series, don't think the action stops here.

Writer: Alex Ross & Jim Krueger. Art: John Paul Leon & Bill Reinhold. Colors: Matt Hollingsworth. Alex Ross and Jim Krueger have teamed up with Velibor Stanojevic for Marvels X, a limited series prequel to Earth X. Marvels X follows the last human on an Earth full of monsters that only want to eat him. These monsters use to be his neighbors, but now they hunt him.

Illustration art batman dc X-men comics Marvel rogue gambit Mr. Doom John Paul Leon Galactus bill reinhold celestials earth x Jim Krueger. ungoliantschilde: John Paul Leon ~ High Contrast Excellence for You Guys. Discover the coolest images of Jose Luis Moral.

Collects Earth X #0-12, X.

Vikus
By now, most avid Marvel readers are overly familiar with the Marvel family of characters, as well as plot lines, sub-plot lines and virtually any attempt at a fresh tale falls--well, maybe not flat, but short of what it could be. This is where Alex Ross and Jim Krueger excelled, creating an entirely new story of epic proportion, filled with sub-plots that intrigue and support the overall story quite well; dozens of Marvel figures--well known and some not so well known--are able to come together for a truly unique tale that is both intelligent and lengthy (which really is the only complaint I'd have...it's perhaps a bit too long).

Earth X is the first in chronology, and the strongest of the trilogy, citing the importance of magnitude and intimacy to create a story that is both massive in scale and scope but appropriately detailed and humble in characters and their individual stories; incredible. The manner in which these characters and their lives intertwine and flow to create a larger story is unbelievable, an undertaking that I--as a writer--can only speculate about in regards to planning, outlines and overall attention to detail. Once again; incredible.

One could probably read Earth X and stop there, but both the Universe X and Paradise X series are worth continuing through, and although Krueger couldn't get the go-ahead for his originally planned ending for the trilogy, it resolves itself quite well regardless. There are phenomenal voices used in these books, and the concepts are fresh and inviting. Even when the execution isn't realized in full, the attempt is worth applauding. More writers in the comic-book industry should be citing these stories as inspiration to tell their own bold stories, relying on the depth of the universe and anything-can-happen luxuries for material, as opposed to tried-and-true (yet slightly banal) conventions. Honestly, writers shouldn't stop at comics for this (calling Hollywood), but keeping in context, clearly we've hit a point where, as readers, we can more often than not anticipate that a character never really dies, or not for long; cities and civilizations are never in peril for more than a handful of issues; a character's happiness is only as lasting as the current arc; etc. A few other story lines have tried shaking the snow-globe over the years (Killing Joke, Ultimatum for example) and certainly not always with satisfied effect, but my hat is tipped to those who try. In the case of the Earth/Universe/Paradise X team, I am grateful for and tremendously happy with the final product.

A must own for any true Marvel (or comic) fan, a worthwhile read for anyone bold enough to take the time that it will take to get through the full story, and a fantastic effort to remind the world how comics are relevant, interesting, capable of communicating intelligence and ethical/moral dilemmas of a complex nature. Drop the money, pay for rushed shipping and tell your friends or family you're going to be busy reading for a few days.
Bragis
EARTH X is very thoughtfully written book, illustrated by the painter Alex Ross. If you know vague Marvel Unverse history at all, you can easily follow it in delight as a person who knows a lot of backstory already. Even if some of the characters are unfamiliar to you, the story explains itself as it goes along. This one concentrates a lot on the "Big Players"--The Watcher (who is either a very interesting being or a real jerk, read it & decide), The Celestials, Galactus, Eternity, Mephisto, the Eternals, Norse & Greek Gods, etc., but even the street level guys like DD & especially Spidey aren't left out. The spirit of Lee & Kirby is very much alive in "Earth X", but basically it postulates an Earth where "supers" are redundant, because everyone has superpowers. Captain America is still fighting for "freedom", but he's doing so for / against a people who don't really want freedom. As an American, I respect the Office of the President even if the current Prez ain't my guy, but I respect the spirit of the Constitution and Tommy Jefferson more. Ultimately, to me, Cap might as well be a real person, because before I died or killed for my country. I would always ask "What would Cap do?" He is my personal Commander in Chief, and he's a major player in "Earth X". It's not the kind of graphic novel you consume in a day; there's a lot of narrative prose between chapters, which supports the illustrated tale. If the familiar characters seem a little "off" at first, give it a chance to grow on you. This is not an "alternate Marvel Earth"--this is easily what that world could evolve into, without going outside the bounds of "mainstream Marvel universe".
Gogul
I purchase this book last year, however I just started to read it last week. Gotta admit... IT WAS REALLY COOL!!!. Jim Krueger and Alex Ross gave us a totally different view and situations for the Marvel Heros Universe. I'm not familiarized with Marvel mithology (I'm more of a DC fan) but the way this book goes from charatcer to character makes really easy to understand the backround and subsequent story of each character. Is not perfect though. I have a lot of questions of my own, but that doesn't take that this is a great book. Can't wait to see the rest.

UPDATE 21/June/2010
Last year I got the rest of the Earth X saga... Universe X 1 and 2 and Paradise X 1 and 2. I even got the Companion. Given that, and now that I got time, I read Earth X again, and I just loved even more.

Get this book. It worth the $20 for more than 400 pages. Plus the story will catch from the begining, even if you are a Marvel guy or not.
Ranicengi
Lots to follow, overwhelming at times, but a very fun read. If you're a fan of the Marvel staples, pick this one up.
Pruster
I'd never heard of this story before, it was Alex Ross's name that drew me to it. While I was at first disappointed that only the covers of the issues were Ross's handiwork, and further disappointed that the art looked like Batman Year One, this story turned out better than expected. I love a good dystopian future, and this one did not disappoint. The first issue hooked me , the first pages hooked me. The art is nothing special but story matters here, I am impressed.
Zut
I am note reviewing the story. This is a review of the Earth X Graphitti Designs Limited Signature Edition. It comes in a beautiful leather bound oversized hard cover. My version did not. It's about the same size as a DC absolute Ed. Some come with a plastic slip cover with Machine Man on it. It is signed by Ross, Krueger and JPL. It is a black and white version. I did not notice this when I order it. It works for some art styles but when some pages are filled will +30 characters on a page, it can hard to follow. Especially when the original work was presented in color. Thats the only thing that kept it from getting 5 stars. All and all I can happy with this purchase. It sits nicely next to my Absolute Kingdom Come.
Tat
Awesome!!! I could not put the book down!! If you are a hardcore Marvel fan you will enjoy!!