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GraphicAudio-MARVEL-X-MEN: Days of Future Past by Alex Irvine-AUDIOBOOK/MP3 - ty's cheap DIGITAL audiobook/Etextbook
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MARVEL

X-MEN: Days of Future Past

by Alex Irvine

    • Unabridged Audiobook
  •  5 Hours
    • If you enjoyed Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars, then don't miss this!

      In a dark and dangerous post-apocalyptic future, the mutant-hunting killing machines known as the Sentinels rule America with an iron fist. Almost all mutants, super heroes and villains have been exterminated. Only a handful remain to fight against their oppressive robotic overseers -and most of those are powerless, locked in mutant concentration camps. Now, Kate Pryde must travel back in time and warn the present-day X-Men of the coming danger - and hopefully prevent this horrible future from ever taking place! Experience the classic, genre-defining X-Men event like never before in this new adaptation!

      DIRECTOR & CAST

      Director Richard Rohan
      Starring Richard Rohan, Emlyn McFarland, David Coyne, Nick DePinto, Dawn Ursula, Andy Brownstein, Michael John Casey, Tara Giordano, Helen Pafumi, Eva Wilhelm, Matthew Bassett, J.W. Rone, Chris Davenport, Patrick Bussink, David Harris, Christopher Scheeren, Gregory Linington, Dylan Lynch, Tim Pabon, Deidra Starnes and Thomas Penny
      Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Richard Rohan
      Dialogue Editors Patrick Stratton
      Sound Designers Patrick Stratton
      Original Theme Music Thomas Hogan
      Additional Original Music Thomas Hogan
      Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
      Executive Producer Anji Cornette

      REVIEWS

      X-men days of future past by CHRIS (Posted on 8/18/2017)
      the voice casting and production of Marvel Comics stories are spot on!!!, was so much better the the movie that was made. I hope that the other X-Men are the same way
      Amazing story by DANNY (Posted on 3/9/2017)
      Time travel is one of those things that can go horribly wrong if not done properly, and this is done properly. Captivating characters, great action. A must listen.
      I'm No Longer a DC Snob! by SHAWN (Posted on 12/21/2016)
      I used to be a DC purist. Only Batman, Superman, JLA, etc. for this guy. But X-Men: Days of Future Past, along with X-Men: Gifted, Civil War, and a bunch of other Marvel titles has convinced me to embrace the Marvel side of the Force as well.

      X-Men: Days of Future Past is an awesome listen, as are almost all of the titles GA produces. Kate Pryde is becoming one of my favorite female superheros. I especially loved the voice of Wolverine. It's exactly how I would imagine Logan would sound (the REAL 5' 3" Wolverine, not the 6' 2" Hugh Jackman. Sorry, movie fans, but we must stick with the facts, here).

      My introduction to the Graphic Audio series by SHAWN (Posted on 9/21/2016)
      This was the first GA product I purchased. Great story, stayed true to the graphic novel. Excellent voice acting. Really impressed me and got me hooked on the format. As a truck driver it really helps pass the time on the road
      Excellent by LUCAS (Posted on 5/22/2016)
      One of GA' best. Great performances, great story, great production. It's wonderful when they all sync up like this. This one's a keeper. Plenty of action. Compelling dialogue.
      Not the Film by CATDADDY (Posted on 2/28/2016)
      Better than the movie. There. Said it. 

      This “Days of Future Past” is based on the original graphic novel, not the film. Even if you are only familiar with the director’s comments about the movie, you may already know that in this story, like the comics, it is not Wolverine but Kitty Pride whose consciousness must travel back in time to avert a terrible future. In short, the premise is the same but the story is quite different. This drama also spends about half of it's running time flashing forward to the post-apocalyptic future, and that frame is a far more interesting story: the first 30 minutes give you a much deeper sense of the futility of the dystopia that the film stumbled through. Here, the narrative is evenly split all the way through between the present and a dystopian future. It does, of course, mean a healthy dose of heartbreak in the future storyline, which further enriches the story.

      GraphicAudio's character work is, as always, very impressive. Frequent MVP Richard Rohan plays the narrator, Wolverine, Professor Xavier, and probably other character voices this reviewer couldn't spot. Each of these sounds somewhat like their movie counterpart, but is wholly realize it it's own right.

      Despite a somewhat over-long and dissatisfying coda, the radio drama is a better story in almost every respect then the film. The drama is a mild PG-13 for action violence.
      Loved it by MICHAEL (Posted on 1/2/2016)
      I have never read the book, but having seen the film I was interested to know the differences and this did not disappoint. Highly recommended.
      Enjoyed it by JO JO (Posted on 12/12/2015)
      I'm a hard core comic collector!! I found that this was enjoyable even if I'm comparing it to the actual comic book. This one was my first Graphic Audio and I thought it was worth the money.
      This book was gritty. by RAFAEL (Posted on 12/9/2015)
      I really enjoyed this book. I thought it was gritty and the story left nothing out. It kept me interested. The action was spot on, and I can't wait for the next Marvel title of the X men.
      GA knows Marvel fans by IDONGESIT (Posted on 10/22/2015)
      I've seen Future Past done in a few ways (never read the comic though), & this is the best I've seen. The actors are great and the production brings the tale to life. I hope GraphicAudio can do the Phoenix Saga or The death and return of Superman.
      I wish the movie was made like this! by JASON (Posted on 10/2/2015)
      This one was so good. I thoroughly enjoyed every second of it. The production quality was amazing and each character sounded authentic. The sound effects were really good as well.

      After listening to this I so wished the movie was made like it. I enjoyed the movie, but this is just done so well. It starts right off in action and never has a dull moment. Then the ending of it got me super pumped and gave me goosebumps.

      I highly recommend this one if you are deciding to get a Marvel comic from GA!
      love the x-men by LEE (Posted on 9/1/2015)
      very good will listen to it again
      Excellent adaptation of a classic story by BENJAMIN (Posted on 8/9/2015)
      As per usual, GraphicAudio knocks it out of the part. Fantastic production values and voice acting bring the story alive, as well as descriptions of classic panels from the comics rendered in the pros of the narration. Although the ending was altered to better fit the narrative of this adaptation, it works better than the last minute change in the original source material.
      Great X-Men Adventure! by JOSEPH (Posted on 7/12/2015)
      Just finished listening to "X-Men - Days of Future Past" released by Graphic Audio.
      Based on Alex Irvine's prose novel set in the bleak future of the Marvel universe; "Days of Future Past" paints a dark future where mutants -whether they be heroes or villains - have been rounded up by robotic Sentinels and marked for experimentation and execution in concentration camps all across the United States. 
      In desperation, Kitty Pryde, Storm, Cyclops, Magento, and the remaining mutants hatch a scheme to send Kitty's mind back 30-years into the past so that she can warn Professor X and the rest of the mutants about the upcoming genocide of Homo Superious in her time. Which sets about the questions, is the past mutable and the future fixed. Or does going into the past set in motion the events that will doom the future for all of humanity?
      No easy answers here, yet it is thoroughly enjoyable to listen to>
      Strongly Recommended!
      Five Stars!
      X-Men: Days Of Future Past by BRIAN (Posted on 6/12/2015)
      I have the original comic book issues for this story and Graphic Audio did a great job, as always.
      Nice twist from movie! by ANTHONY (Posted on 6/4/2015)
      Different twist from movie! I have purchased many Marvel and DC title and I have never been let down.
      Future Past by CHRIS (Posted on 5/25/2015)
      Have to admit I wondered if this would do the story arc justice but I was pleasantly surprised. Good listen ... If you can get used to the time shifts
      Hoping they do the sequel by PAUL (Posted on 4/23/2015)
      I have always loved the comic audio productions from these guys and this one deosn't disappoint. I have seen the X-Men Animated Series version and the recent film version of this story and now I have heard the audio version and still loved the story.

      I liked how the actor who did Professor Xavier who almost sounded like Patrick Stewart in the X Men films. I hope they do the sequel to this.
      Loved it, will listen again by THOMAS (Posted on 4/22/2015)
      Went this in one sitting, and I'm listening again as I'm typing this. Very entertaining story with great pacing. David Coyne was great as Wolverine, Richard Rohan narrates and does the voice for Professor X, but you probably wouldn't know it unless you checked the credits first. Dawn Ursula's Storm was wonderful, much better than Halle Berry's in the movies. 

      Everyone did a great job, I should just copy and paste the whole cast list here and call it a day.

      If you're an X-Men fan just know that if your favorite character is in this story, they were paid the respect they deserve.