X Men Vol.3

X-Men Vol.3 #1-41 (2010-2013) Complete  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at March 6, 2013
X-Men Vol.3 #1-41 (2010-2013) Complete

X-Men Vol.3 #1-41 (2010-2013) Complete
English | CBR | 42 Issues | 1 GB

Vampires from around the globe are descending en masse on the City by the Bay, staking a brutal claim for the patch of land the X-Men call their home. What is their agenda? Who is their mysterious leader?

X-Men Vol.3 #1-32 (2010-2012)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Jan. 27, 2013
X-Men Vol.3 #1-32 (2010-2012)

X-Men Vol.3 #1-32 (2010-2012)
English | CBR | 33 Issues | 551.36 MB

Vampires from around the globe are descending en masse on the City by the Bay, staking a brutal claim for the patch of land the X-Men call their home. What is their agenda? Who is their mysterious leader?

X-Men Vol 3 No.1 2010  Comics

Posted by macmill at July 8, 2010
X-Men Vol 3 No.1 2010

X-Men Vol 3 No.1 2010
English | 1280 x 1974 | CBR | 26.8 MB

Astonishing X-Men Vol. 3 #1-31 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Oct. 18, 2009
Astonishing X-Men Vol. 3 #1-31 (Ongoing)

Astonishing X-Men Vol. 3 #1-31 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 32 CBR | Marvel Comics | May 26 2004 - Oct 14 2009 | 493.5 MB Total

is the name of three X-Men comic book series from Marvel Comics, the first two of which were limited series. The ongoing series began in 2004, with its first run written by Joss Whedon and art by John Cassaday. It is currently written by Warren Ellis with art by Phil Jimenez, who takes over brilliantly from Simone Bianchi's flamboyant artwork from Ellis' first story arc. Thus far it has remained independent of and unaffected by, Marvel Universe cross-overs which Joss Whedon disliked. The ongoing series has been nominated for the Eisner awards and in fact has won several. Issue #31 is the start of Waren Ellis' second story arc, entitled, "Exogenetic."

Gambit (X-Men) Vol 3 (+ Vol 1 - Vol 2)  Comics

Posted by Blue_ at March 20, 2009
Gambit (X-Men) Vol 3  (+ Vol 1 - Vol 2)

Gambit (X-Men) Vol 3 (+ Vol 1 - Vol 2)
English | CBR | ~200 MB

X Men Vol 3 No 178 Jan 2006 Comic  Comics

Posted by a14a14d at March 28, 2007
X Men Vol 3 No 178 Jan 2006 Comic

X Men Vol 3 No 178 Jan 2006 Comic
English | PDF | 9.14 MB

X-Force Vol. 3 #23 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Feb. 10, 2010
X-Force Vol. 3 #23 (Ongoing)

X-Force Vol. 3 #23 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBZ | Marvel Comics | Jan 27 2010 | 27 Pages | 19.8 MB
+ + X-Force Vol. 3 Issues #1-22 Complete, X-Necrosha One-Shot and 2010 Annual

is a fictional Marvel Comics superhero team, one of several spin-offs of the popular X-Men franchise. Conceived by writer/illustrator Rob Liefeld, the team was formed in (April 1991) and soon afterwards was featured in its own series. The group was a new incarnation of the 1980s team, the New Mutants. Led by the mutant Cable, X-Force was more militant and aggressive than the X-Men. The title was revamped in in 2001 with a new cast in the form of a group of self-interested young mutants who were gathered together by a corporation to become media stars and used the name X-Force. X-Force (vol. 1) was cancelled with issue #129 and relaunched as , which featured the later incarnation of the team. After X-Statix was cancelled with #26, Marvel reunited the original X-Force team for a six-issue 2004 miniseries. In 2007-2008, during the crossover, a new version of X-Force was formed that had Wolverine leading a more militaristic black ops branch of the X-Men, forming the basis for a new X-Force (Vol. 3) series starting February 2008 by writers Craig Kyle and Christopher Yost, plus Clayton Crain as the artist. A Minutemen scan.

X-Factor Vol. 3 #46-201 (Ongoing) Update  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Feb. 10, 2010
X-Factor Vol. 3 #46-201 (Ongoing) Update

X-Factor Vol. 3 #46-201 (Ongoing) Update
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 6 CBR 2 CBZ | Marvel Comics | Jul 15 2009 - Jan 27 2010 | 262.5 MB Total

is an American comic book series published by Marvel Comics that is a spin-off of the popular X-Men franchise, featuring characters from X-Men stories. The series has been relaunched several times with different team rosters, most recently as X-Factor Investigations. X-Factor launched in 1986, featuring an eponymous team composed of the five original X-Men (Vol. 1). In 1991, the founding members were incorporated back into the regular X-Men series, and X-Factor relaunched as a U.S. government-sponsored team incorporating many secondary characters from the X-Men mythos (Vol. 2). The series was canceled in 1998. In 2005, a new X-Factor series was launched, featuring the mutant detective agency X-Factor Investigations (Vol. 3), formed to serve the needs of the super hero and the paranormal communities.

X-Force Vol. 3 #22 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Jan. 2, 2010
X-Force Vol. 3 #22 (Ongoing)

X-Force Vol. 3 #22 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Marvel Comics | Dec 16 2009 | 30 Pages | 9.88 MB
+ X-Force Vol. 3 Issues #1-21 Complete, X-Necrosha One-Shot and 2010 Annual

is a fictional Marvel Comics superhero team, one of several spin-offs of the popular X-Men franchise. Conceived by writer/illustrator Rob Liefeld, the team was formed in (April 1991) and soon afterwards was featured in its own series. The group was a new incarnation of the 1980s team, the New Mutants. Led by the mutant Cable, X-Force was more militant and aggressive than the X-Men. The title was revamped in in 2001 with a new cast in the form of a group of self-interested young mutants who were gathered together by a corporation to become media stars and used the name X-Force. X-Force (vol. 1) was cancelled with issue #129 and relaunched as , which featured the later incarnation of the team. After X-Statix was cancelled with #26, Marvel reunited the original X-Force team for a six-issue 2004 miniseries. In 2007-2008, during the crossover, a new version of X-Force was formed that had Wolverine leading a more militaristic black ops branch of the X-Men, forming the basis for a new X-Force (Vol. 3) series starting February 2008 by writers Craig Kyle and Christopher Yost, plus Clayton Crain as the artist.

X-Force Vol. 3 #1-21 (Ongoing) Update  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 29, 2009
X-Force Vol. 3 #1-21 (Ongoing) Update

X-Force Vol. 3 #1-21 (Ongoing) Update
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 19 CBR 2 CBZ | Marvel Comics | Feb 6 2008 - Nov 25 2009 | 263.9 MB Total

is a fictional Marvel Comics superhero team, one of several spin-offs of the popular X-Men franchise. Conceived by writer/illustrator Rob Liefeld, the team was formed in The (April 1991) and soon afterwards was featured in its own series. The group was a new incarnation of the 1980s team, the New Mutants. Led by the mutant Cable, X-Force was more militant and aggressive than the X-Men. The title was revamped in in 2001 with a new cast in the form of a group of self-interested young mutants who were gathered together by a corporation to become media stars and used the name X-Force. X-Force (vol. 1) was cancelled with issue #129 and relaunched as , which featured the later incarnation of the team. After X-Statix was cancelled with #26, Marvel reunited the original X-Force team for a six-issue 2004 miniseries. In 2007-2008, during the Messiah CompleX crossover, a new version of X-Force was formed that had Wolverine leading a more militaristic black ops branch of the X-Men, forming the basis for a new X-Force (Vol. 3) series starting February 2008 by writers Craig Kyle and Christopher Yost, plus Clayton Crain as the artist.