X Men Origins Gambit

X-Men Origins: Gambit [REPOST]  Comics

Posted by Comic.Keeper at May 31, 2012
X-Men Origins: Gambit [REPOST]

X-Men Origins: Gambit
English | CBR | 20.15 MB

X-Men Origins - Gambit (2009)  Comics

Posted by guasman at March 22, 2011
X-Men Origins - Gambit (2009)

X-Men Origins - Gambit (2009)
CBR | Spanish | 30 pages | 12,7 mb

X-Men Origins: Gambit #1 (One-Shot)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at June 21, 2009
X-Men Origins: Gambit #1 (One-Shot)

X-Men Origins: Gambit #1 (One-Shot)
Eng | RS & MU | CBR | Marvel Comics | June 17, 2009 | 30 Pages | 8.49 MB

The Ragin' Cajun takes a trip back to his roots this June in X-Men Origins: Gambit #1, a special one-shot from writer Mike Carey and artist David Yardin. "This is really the story of how Gambit comes within the orbit of the X-Men, which in his case happens in a number of stages spread out across several years," Carey tells of the special. For fans of Carey's work on LEGACY, the writer reveals that this special will tie in to Gambit's story in that series as well.

X-Men Origins One-Shots Collection  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Feb. 11, 2010
X-Men Origins One-Shots Collection
X-Men Origins One-Shots Collection

X-Men Origins One-Shots Collection
Eng | RS MU & Hotfile | 8 CBR | Marvel Comics | May 14 2008 - Jan 13 2010 | 186.2 MB Total

Not to be confused with the popular series, nor last year's five- issue miniseries, is its own series that deals with the story of one classic X-Man per issue. Each issue is standalone (one-shot) and centers on the super hero's first manifestations of his or her mutant superhuman abilities and the emotions that follow the development. With heavily plot-oriented or partially-explained origins for many X-Men characters, sometimes the unique, emotional aspects of a character's intro gets lost amongst the story's twists and turns and X-Men Origins aims to remedy this. The stories are heavily character oriented, focusing on the emotions and trauma involved in a young teen facing the consequences of developing mutant powers in a mutant-hating world, yet stay as close as possible to the characters' official histories, with surprisingly little "ret-con (retroactive continuity)." Each one-shot with its own unique, gorgeous artwork. Thus far I have counted eight Origins issues, the latest one being that of Cyclops (if I'm mistaken by all means please PM me). All are high quality Minutemen scans.

X-Men Origins: Iceman #1 (One-Shot)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 6, 2009
X-Men Origins: Iceman #1 (One-Shot)

X-Men Origins: Iceman #1 (One-Shot)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Marvel Comics | Nov 4 2009 | 30 Pages | 16.2 MB
+ X-Men Origins: Gambit One-Shot

The successful X-MEN ORIGINS series continues! In this one-shot, we see the origin of Bobby Drake, A.K.A. ICEMAN! See the small town beginnings that helped forge the coolest mutant of them all! Written by Roberto Aguirre Sacasa (STEPHEN KING'S THE STAND) with fan favorite artist Phil Noto! Don't miss it! --

X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)  Video

Posted by a_l_chemist at Oct. 5, 2011
X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)

X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)
BDRip | MKV | AVC | 1268x540, 23.976 fps, 3000 kbps | 01:47:24 | 2,72 GB
English: AC3, 6ch, 448 kbps | Subs: English
Genre: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi

Logan and his brother Victor (aka Sabretooth), have joined a top-secret government task force. When their targets begin to include innocent civilians, conscientious Logan escapes to the Canadian Rockies, where he builds a home with pretty schoolteacher Kayla Silverfox. When Victor finds and kills Kayla, Logan, vowing revenge, agrees to take part in a dangerous experiment that will fuse his bones with a powerful metal alloy called adamantium, which makes him virtually indestructible and gives him the strength needed to defeat his powerful brother.

X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)  Video

Posted by a_l_chemist at Sept. 20, 2011
X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)

X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)
BDRip | AVI | XviD | 720x304, 23.976 fps, 1484 kbps | 01:47:24 | 1,53 GB
English: AC3, 6ch, 448 kbps | Subs: English (srt)
Genre: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi

Logan and his brother Victor (aka Sabretooth), have joined a top-secret government task force. When their targets begin to include innocent civilians, conscientious Logan escapes to the Canadian Rockies, where he builds a home with pretty schoolteacher Kayla Silverfox. When Victor finds and kills Kayla, Logan, vowing revenge, agrees to take part in a dangerous experiment that will fuse his bones with a powerful metal alloy called adamantium, which makes him virtually indestructible and gives him the strength needed to defeat his powerful brother.

X-Men Origins - Emma Frost (2010)  Comics

Posted by guasman at March 16, 2011
X-Men Origins - Emma Frost (2010)

X-Men Origins - Emma Frost (2010)
CBR | Spanish | 37 pages | 27,2 mb

X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) [Full-RiP/3GB]  Games

Posted by jeez at Aug. 5, 2010
X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) [Full-RiP/3GB]

X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) [Full-RiP/3GB]
PC Game | Activision Blizzard | 3GB
Genre: Action-Adventure

X-Men Origins: Wolverine is a 2009 action-adventure game loosely based on the film of the same name. The game release coincided with the release of the film on May 1, 2009 for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows, Wii, PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS, and PlayStation Portable. The game was developed primarily by Raven Software, who used Unreal engine technology to develop the game. Amaze Entertainment developed the Wii and PS2 ports and Griptonite Games developed the PSP and DS ports. Origins was published by Activision.

What If? Astonishing X-Men (One-Shot)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Dec. 30, 2009
What If? Astonishing X-Men (One-Shot)

What If? Astonishing X-Men (One-Shot)
Eng | RS MU & Hotfile | CBR | Marvel Comics | Dec 23 2009 | 41 Pages | 31 MB
+ Previous Marvel What If? Issues

, sometimes rendered as or, is the title of several comic book series published by Marvel Comics, exploring "the road not traveled" by its various characters. Events in the series are considered separate from mainstream continuity in the Marvel Universe. I quite enjoy these standalone outings, primarily because I do not have to worry about related issues in sometimes awful "big-multi-issue-multi-title-crossover-earth-shaking-storyline-events" courtesy of over-indulgent editors. And I'm glad that Marvel has decided to come up with two issues every week. To keep comics readers' minds refreshed after all the over-extended and dreary crossovers, I guess.