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Millennium

Millennium In the year the end of the world the anticipated Millennium Event was avoided thanks to the efforts of Frank Black and FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully Or was it Frank s psychic gifts have

  • Title: Millennium
  • Author: Joe Harris Colin Lorimer
  • ISBN: 9781631403767
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the year 2000, the end of the world the anticipated Millennium Event was avoided thanks to the efforts of Frank Black and FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully Or was it Frank s psychic gifts have been showing him that evil has continued to grow unabated in the world, and he s trying his best to ignore it But soon the resurgence of the Millennium Group and theiIn the year 2000, the end of the world the anticipated Millennium Event was avoided thanks to the efforts of Frank Black and FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully Or was it Frank s psychic gifts have been showing him that evil has continued to grow unabated in the world, and he s trying his best to ignore it But soon the resurgence of the Millennium Group and their quest to find Frank s daughter, Jordan, will pull him into the fray once again.

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    1. This was a pretty solid entry into the MILLENNIUM mythos, and fans of that show should feel right at home here (newbies will likely be lost, though, as it ties heavily into the mythological backbone of the old TV series and readers are kind of tossed into the deep end). It also functions as a solid crossover with THE X-FILES, with Mulder appearing in an extended role following the parole of Monte Propps, a serial killer whose case helped Mulder make his way in the Bureau before being shuffled of [...]

    2. Read all my reviews on urlphantomhiveoklikes Even though Frank was able to prevent the 'Millennium event' at the turn of the millennium, evil has not been stopped.I didn't like it. It wasn't working for me. The story was all over the place and very confusing. The artwork didn't appeal to me. I didn't enjoy reading it and was glad it was over. Perhaps it does work for someone else, but it was not for me.Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchan [...]

    3. This makes me want to go back and rewatch this series. I knew bits and pieces of what was happening, but some of the back story drew a blank for me. If you never watched this show, I would suggest doing that because this will leave you in the dark. The Millennium Group wants Mr. Propps and they are willing to kill for him. With a lot of twists and turns this is a great addition to the series.

    4. Based on the late-90s TV saga of the same name, Millennium is a short graphic novel that focuses on Frank Black (portrayed by Lance Henriksen), a former FBI agent and top criminal profiler, as he investigates a cult-like organization dubbed the Millennium Group, which had previously sought to control (and perhaps even instigate) the end of the world at the turn of the 3rd millennium. With the help of Special Agent Fox Mulder of "The X-Files", Frank Black learns that the Group is still operating [...]

    5. I was a bit obsessed with the X-Files in middle-school/high-school. You know, before they went totally downhill because David D. decided the show was dragging him down. They had two spin-offs, one about the hacker group and the other about the Millennium conspiracy. I watched the Millennium show, and I remember enjoying it but honestly couldn't tell you what it was about. My main take-away was the oroboros which I still want to get a tattoo of. This comic is set is close to present day, so way p [...]

    6. 'Millennium' from IDW Publishing and written by Joe Harris is a sort of continuation of the television series, but it has strong ties with the X-Files, so I'm confused why they didn't bill it as a crossover book.Frank Black (not to be confused with the lead singer of The Pixies) has survived the millennium, but whatever strange threat it was supposed to bring is still out there. When a prisoner involved with Fox Mulder is paroled and has ties with Frank, they team up to investigate the weird thi [...]

    7. I was so excited to read this when I saw it as "Millennium" used to be one of my favourite shows and it totally lived up to my expectations. Agent Fox Mulder is along for the ride as Frank Black is contacted by the Millennium Group once again. We may have survived the millennium but the evil forces are still out there and now that Jordan is all grown-up so are her powers. I loved every minute of this. The story is great and leaves room for more to come plotwise. The art was pretty good; everybod [...]

    8. I have been waiting for this comic FOR YEARS and therefore was bound to love it unconditionally. I will be forever grateful for Joe Harris for making this possible and will not dwell on any [minor] disappointments because, overall, I am just so glad that it exists and I hope there will be more because the world of "Millennium" and its characters is fascinating.

    9. If I was a big X-files fan, I probably would've enjoyed this more. But as I have never watched an episode it was just meh to me. The artwork was okay, dark and shadowy (If that's a word?) If You're an X-Files fan You probably should check it out.I recieved and advanced copy from Netgalley and the publisher.

    10. Parts of this book are strong but then the end takes away some of what it has going for it and leaves you wondering what you just read but we get to see Frank Black again so is it all that bad.

    11. This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.0 of 5I may be one of the few people who enjoy science fiction and dark fantasy who has never seen a single episode of the television series X-Files, though of course I am familiar with the main characters and the premise. Had I known ahead of time that this book had a strong connection to the X-Files, I would never have requested it nor would have started reading it. That said, this was a great opportunity to reach out and cap [...]

    12. I received a free copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.The X-Files was my absolute favorite TV show when I was growing up. I never really got into the spinoffs very much but I thoroughly enjoyed this graphic novel of these series crossing over. The artwork was fantastic with all of the characters easily recognized. Mulder's personality was perfectly captured. I highly recommend this graphic novel to all fans of The X-Files as well as anyone looking for a good graphic novel. I fee [...]

    13. Unfortunately this book, even if is a sequel to a now-dated and quite old TV series, isn't self-contained. It follows on way after the end of the series, and I clearly missed a heck of a lot by stopping watching it early. All I got was mood, Mulder, and a frankly OTT look at millennial cults – with the story shooting itself in the foot by being created, and set, after they were all proved to have been at least a few years out. It's not a bad piece but it really is for a small audience, those t [...]

    14. I liked it, it's good to have Frank back in some form. I thought it would bring some closure, but no, apparently it's just another chapter. Random thoughts:Langley's Pixies shirt = awesome referenceéLucy Butler is still around! yeah!Of course Jordan is in the Millennium Group now, that makes sense.I wish Agent Hollis had at least a small cameo.Legion walking on the roof at the end with a yellow sky, a reference to the intro sequence?

    15. I liked this graphic novel! I have to admit that sometimes it was kinda creepy and confusing, but the drawings are amazing. I loved the colors and the whole world building, but it's definitely not one of my favorites.I'm loving this genre lately, after watching Prison Break and loving it with all my heart, so I'm sure I'll keep reading this stuff.Thank you Netgalley for providing me this graphic novel!

    16. This book was absolutely great; if you're an X-Files fan you'll definitely be into this.The art really captured the characters and the emotion being conveyed in each scene. I would have made minor change in the cover, but that's just me; other than that this book was great.Rating 4 out of 5 Read@Book

    17. Agent Mulder of the X-Files gets sucked into Frank Black's mixed up world of computer and end of the world conspirators with a bit of unnatural creatures added for good measure. The case gets resolved after a fashion, but not all ends are neatly tied in a bow. And Agent Mulder is still searching for the "Truth that is out there."

    18. I really enjoyed the Millennium program and picked this up as a fan and to see what happened to Frank Black afterwards. The art is alright but the script needs work. It felt like the Black was very out of character (he'd never hit his kid, I can't see that). Kind of disappointing really.

    19. Claustrophobic and full of conspiracy, like the real X-Files.How I miss themClaustrofobico e complottistico come i vecchi X-Files, che mi mancano tantissimoANKS TO NETGALLEY AND DIAMOND BOOK DISTRIBUTORS FOR THE PREVIEW!

    20. Fox Mulder guest stars as Frank Black is lured back into dealings with the shadowy Millennium group and the forces of evil.

    21. I had a lot of fun with this, but wouldn't recommend it for anyone who hadn't watched the shows.fedpeaches/2015/0

    22. Very good. I used to love this show along with X-Files. If you were a fan you would probably appreciate this as well.

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