Astonishing X-Men Tp Vol 05 Ghost Box
(W) Warren Ellis (A) Simone Bianchi & Various (CA) Simone Bianchi. Written by WARREN ELLIS Penciled by SIMONE BIANCHI* ALAN DAVIS* ADI GRANOV* CLAYTON CRAIN & KAARE ANDREWS Cover by SIMONE BIANCHI The X-Men are called to the scene of a murder that appears to have involved heretofore unknown mutants. The team's resident scientist* Beast* discovers that though the victim was indeed a mutant* his mutation appears to be artificially produced. The team races to a spaceship graveyard in Indonesia in their search for the murderer* who they find huddled over the mysterious Ghost Box* preparing to activate it. The murderer reveals himself to also be a mutant* but commits suicide rather than give the X-Men any information as to his* or the Ghost Box's* origins. With mysterious* artificially created mutants popping up out of nowhere* the X-Men must struggle to unlock the mysteries of the Ghost Box: What is the device's purpose* and why was it sent to Earth? Collecting ASTONISHING X-MEN #25-30 and GHOST BOXES #1-2. 184 PGS./Rated T+ ...$24.99
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