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X-MEN: Days of Future Past

by Alex Irvine
Apr 20, 2015
5 Hours
Ages 13+
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!

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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


I see why this story became a movie. by William (Posted on 10/13/2018)
I love the movie adaptation for Days of Future Past. So I decided to check out its source material via Graphic Audio. It did not disappoint and I loved it. It’s in my Top 5 slot for best Graphic Audio listens I’ve ever had. Both this and Gifted have made me become a big fan of Kitty Pryde. This production is an easy recommendation from me.
i think its better than the movie by william (Posted on 9/7/2018)
a friend let me borrow this and instantly got me hooked for all things graphic audio
X-MEN: Days of Future Past by ricky (Posted on 8/9/2018)
what can I said about the X-Men that has not all ready been said . kitty/kate shadowcat is sent back in time to try and save the X-Men that kate in kitty's body and kitty is put into the future in kate body witch is about 20 years older and most of her friends are dead while in the past kate is trying to save her friends.
good work by Chip (Posted on 8/7/2018)
I was impressed at how the novel expanded a two issue comic story but didn't make it feel bloated or weighed down. The main gripe, as with most GA CDs, is that the tracks don't break at natural chapter or story breaks.
Better than the Movie by Derrick (Posted on 8/7/2018)
So, with all these comics, it's natural to compare them to their movie counterparts or possibly tv counterparts and this one does a better job. The X-Men movies, especially this one, leave you wanting something else. I had feelings with this audio listen and that's a great thing, something the movies have yet to do. If you enjoy the X-Men or if you didn't enjoy this movie, then try this audio book and you'll thank yourself.
Great adaptation by Luke (Posted on 8/6/2018)
Very well done. Will be a repeat listen.
Fantastic adaptation! by Matthew (Posted on 7/8/2018)
The acting is great, and the ambiguity of the story is very welcome, as opposed to the movie's more straight-ahead approach when it came to the ending.
One of GA's best by Z.J. (Posted on 5/4/2018)
I've listened to quite a few of GAs graphic novel/comic book novelization adaptations and this is definitely one of the best. The strength of the source material certainly helps, as does the fact that Alex Irvine's novel is a fairly faithful adaptation, but GA deserves all the credit for bringing the story fully to life with their excellent production, casting, and performances. As is always the case, Richard Rohan did a great job of adapting the material for audio drama.
Great adaptation! by Andrew (Posted on 3/23/2018)
Just finished listening to it and I have to say that it's the best audiobook of a graphic novel I've ever heard. I haven't read the graphic novel itself, but if it's just as good as the audiobook I will love it just as much. I like how they were able to tell you exactly what time period you were listening to and I like that they put in the original voices of the Sentinels from the animated series in the audiobook. Makes me feel like I was watching the animated show back then. I highly recommend this to any X-Men or Marvel fan.

And since this storyline was after the Dark Phoenix Saga, I'm hoping GA would do an audiobook of it as well.
X-Men Days of Future Past by Debbie Dunn (Posted on 3/21/2018)
I loved this. It was very original and unexpected. Throughout it made me so uncomfortable, which was great. Also, love that it left open-ended questions about the future of the X-Men and the world in general. All the things I love about apocalyptic sci-fi!
My third version of this story. by Scott (Posted on 3/20/2018)
I've seen three versions of this story Days of Future Past. First in the excellent 90's cartoon X Men where it was Cable traveling through time, then more recently in the movie that crossed over the original actors playing x men with the new people with Wolverine as the mental timet traveler. This is my third itteration and I assume the one closest to the original story. Honestly I looked the movie version best but this came as a close second. The one problem I always had in these X men stories was there were always so many other powerful beings in the Marvel universe and so much hatred was focused on the mutants. Still if you like time travel and x men you'll like this story.
Amazing! by Chris (Posted on 3/19/2018)
Having roamed the Deathlands with Ryan Cawdor and his crew for quite some time, I figured I would try another product from graphic audio. Holy Cow! This was an amazing adaption of a great comic book. The acting is top notch, the story adaptation is amazing,and as usual the production value is unbeatable. I highly recommend this title.
GA firing on all cylindars by Luke (Posted on 3/18/2018)
This is GA at its best. Great cast. Great production. Great story. One of best in the comics genre on GA. Do yourself a favor and get this one.
Great by Louis (Posted on 3/9/2018)
This was so much better then the movie and fairly faithful to comic.
The voice acting was great and fit with each x-man
GA/X by J.R. (Posted on 1/23/2018)
wonderful job of telling the story as always by GA. Great job!
ITS MARVEL by J.R. (Posted on 1/23/2018)
any marvel title GA does, it just keeps getting better!
Better than the comic (probably) by Ryan (Posted on 1/17/2018)
DOFP is one of those legendary comic stories that I've never had that strong of an interest in reading but that I feel I NEED to read. Being able to listen to this perfect cast of voice actors perform the story with Graphicaudio's unfailing production quality makes the story so much easier to take in
Kept me on the edge of my seat by T'Aundria (Posted on 12/4/2017)
This has been the saddest GA book I have listen to thus far.
It had so much love and heartache in it, I may have sheded a few tears.
The X-Men gave up a lot to destroy there enemies.
It was amazing!
Loved it! by Christopher (Posted on 10/11/2017)
Its a great listen. Happy I got it!
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
X-MEN: Days of Future Past by larry (Posted on 5/8/2017)
hi this was my first x-man book i have read and it was very good it keeped me wanting to read the book i am going to get more x-man now
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).

Way better then the movie by Bos (Posted on 11/8/2016)
this adaptation is way better then the movie.
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.
X-Men: Days Of Future Past by Angelo (Posted on 5/1/2016)
It's a little slow at the beginning, but very good story. I have listened to it 2 already and will listen to it again
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.

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