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Thread Manager 01-28-2011 12:44 PM

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This is a continuation thread, the old thread is Here

Specter313 01-28-2011 12:44 PM

Official X-FORCE Discussion Thread
 
X-Force



Creative Team: Craig Kyle & Chris Yost(writer) & Clayton Crain & Mike Choi(artists)




Team Members: X-23, Wolverine, Warpath, Wolfsbane, Archangel, Vanisher, Elixir, Domino

Storyline Info: In the post Messiah Complex world, the X-Men are no more. However, these are not the X-Men. Cyclops has unleashed the X-Force to take down the various threats that the remaining mutant population face, permanently. The X-Men don't kill, but these are not the X-Men.

chamber-music 01-28-2011 12:44 PM

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Kind of brutal how Fantomex just wacked Kid Apocalypse. He was crying and everything I didn't think Marvel had the stones to do something like that in the 616 universe. Ulitmate or Max perhaps but not their mainstream Universe.

Manic 01-28-2011 01:26 PM

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Damn, really? I'd heard Apocalypse came back as a little kid. I didn't know they'd have the balls to kill him off that way. Killing children is such a DC thing.

Colossal Spoons 01-28-2011 02:01 PM

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Originally Posted by chamber-music (Post 19593847)
Kind of brutal how Fantomex just wacked Kid Apocalypse. He was crying and everything I didn't think Marvel had the stones to do something like that in the 616 universe. Ulitmate or Max perhaps but not their mainstream Universe.

The dude is better than Wolverine at what Logan does :o

Xtroid 01-28-2011 02:06 PM

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I'm disappointed.

I thought they were gonna do something interesting with Apocalypse... and then Fantomex killed him.

Screw Marvel. And screw Fantomex. :p

Colossal Spoons 01-28-2011 02:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Xtroid (Post 19594373)
I'm disappointed.

I thought they were gonna do something interesting with Apocalypse... and then Fantomex killed him.

Screw Marvel. And screw Fantomex. :p

Oxymoron. Apoc does literally the same crap every time he gets a story arc.

chamber-music 01-28-2011 02:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Manic (Post 19594107)
Damn, really? I'd heard Apocalypse came back as a little kid. I didn't know they'd have the balls to kill him off that way. Killing children is such a DC thing.

Fantomex put a bullet right in his forehead. Even Wolverine and Deadpool where like s*** :wow:.


They had him close Kid Apocalypse eyes just to show his not a completely evil. Even the Punisher wouldn't kill kids.

Xtroid 01-28-2011 02:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Colossal Spoons (Post 19594398)
Oxymoron. Apoc does literally the same crap every time he gets a story arc.

Louise Simonson handled him pretty well.

But Marvel sure doesn't know what to do with him. Writers seems to think that Apocalypse just wants to rule the world and sit on a throne made out of skulls.

Colossal Spoons 01-28-2011 02:46 PM

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The only part of Apoc stories I'm excited for is to see who he turns into his Horsemen and what they look like. They tried to do something diff with Apoc in the Ultimate Universe but it was crap.

Manic 01-28-2011 04:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Xtroid (Post 19594468)
Louise Simonson handled him pretty well.

Yeah, she created him. After Simonson left X-Factor, Marvel really should've just retired the character.

Scourge2099 01-28-2011 10:31 PM

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Originally Posted by chamber-music (Post 19594449)
Fantomex put a bullet right in his forehead. Even Wolverine and Deadpool where like s*** :wow:.


They had him close Kid Apocalypse eyes just to show his not a completely evil. Even the Punisher wouldn't kill kids.

Wolverine and Deadpool are hypocrites. They've killed many an innocent.

Manic 01-28-2011 10:33 PM

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and Deadpool did it for money

Scourge2099 01-28-2011 10:45 PM

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Fantomex is the only one who follows X-Force's mission statement : To eliminate all threats.

Colossal Spoons 01-29-2011 01:32 AM

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Exactly

Specter313 02-12-2011 06:57 PM

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Uncanny X-Force #5
Story by Rick Remender
Art by Esad Ribic
Cover by Esad Ribic
Publisher Marvel Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date Wed, February 16th, 2011

There are innumerable and varying potential futures awaiting mankind. Between them exists only one constant: The rise of the Deathloks! Seeded in our present they grow, a time virus spreading across all possibilities, infiltrating the fate of mankind. One thing stands in their way; a man who shouldn't exist.

They come in waves, an army of time displaced Deathlok troopers made from Earth's greatest warriors; Captain America, Spider-Man, Elektra, Cyclops, Venom, The Thing, Bullseye--all soldiers in the army of Deathlok. All operating under one directive: Fantomex must die! The hottest book on the stands just gets hotter as fan favorite writer Rick Remender (Punisher, Fear Agent) is joined by superstar artist Esad Ribic (Wolverine, Loki)!

El Bastardo 02-12-2011 11:02 PM

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:up:

And maybe it's just because we saw Fantomex's misdirection used as a deus ex machina for three of the first four issues, but I half-expect to see a later reveal that Kid Apocalypse's death was due to Fantomex using misidrection on the rest of the team and he's secretly kept him alive to do something or other this or that.

Really my only complaint of the first few issues.

chamber-music 02-13-2011 09:29 AM

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Wolverines approach to leadership is kill a few people, snarl a lot, and make Angel to take care of the paperwork :)

JewishHobbit 02-13-2011 11:04 AM

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Cool, so Fantomex is keeping the Weapon guy from Morrison's run alive.

Specter313 03-01-2011 04:51 PM

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The future of Marvel's X-line continued to roll out today as the focus of the publisher's MMXI relaunch of the books turned towards "Uncanny X-Force." Writer Rick Remender joined the talk with members of the press along with editors Nick Lowe and Jody Leheup, and CBR News was there with all the news on the future of the black ops book.

The team started out by talking about the teaser centering around May's "Uncanny X-Force" #11 (whose cover by Esad Ribic is on the right). "These characters have been off the board for a while...and we wanted to try something a little different with it," Remender said. "It's tricky because we've announced that they're coming up, but we don't want to spoil too much...we have a group of X-Men and X-Force that will go to the Age of Apocalypse world...it's connected to some of the different arcs we've done in the book."

The writer and Lowe said that the Dark Beast character from the original "Age of Apocalypse" series will play a large role not just in the coming arc but the future of "Uncanny X-Force" as a whole. "This is not just a fun 'Age of Apocalypse' story that will have no bearing on the Marvel Universe. It will have a HUGE impact on the 616," Lowe said. "You do run the risk of telling stories that don't matter," Remender added, noting that he wanted to find a story that was worthy of taking the 616 X-Men cast into the world of Apocalypse.

"I think that there are fans out there going 'This is what Marvel always says...that'll it'll change everything!' but this really does change things," Lowe said.

When asked what sets this X-Force team apart from previous versions of the franchise, Remender said that the fact that the team of five heroes can't talk about their missions makes them a unique, true X-Men family. "People who are taking it upon themselves to assassinate the very evil [of the world]...I wanted to take it upon myself to be true to how that plays out."

Apocalypse himself came up, and Remender confirmed "The version of Apocalypse we know is dead," meaning that after the first arc, the classic take on the character is not coming back, but after long talks with his editors, the writer feels that he'll be able to tap into the villain's mythology from his connection to the Celestials through his obsession with evolution and find a real purpose towards an epic story. "The first 17 issues of X-Force is one big story told in five chapters," he said.

"Apocalypse is not the big bad in this story...he's dead. They killed him," said Lowe. "That does have to have meaning in this X-Force book or any death won't mean anything...The other reason this book is so attractive is that it dances on the skinny branches. It takes a lot of risks, and that makes it very enjoyable to me."

"Early on, we wanted to make sure there wasn't a lot of murder," Remender said. "It's an ethical slippery slope...that has to be give the weight it deserves. And beyond the ethical things we deal with, we have momentum on the book. We went through the first six issues and cut out the fat. Everything was boiled down to its core."

Remender reinforced that the long planning on the series has opened him up to seeding small details in a way that brings the book more in line with his work like "Fear Agent" and "The Punisher." Fans who stick with the series will see payoff from the very first issues even as the scribe remains flexible.

"The Age of Apocalypse world will be defined for you. The rules will be defined," Remender said before adding "I never, ever assume that anybody has read another X-book besides this." As the broad story has been built, only pieces introduced within the story will play a key role rather than simply throwing fan favorite concepts into the mix simply to drum up interest.

"Archangel is not there for a reason, and it's a reason you don't expect." the writer said of the absence of the winged X-Forcer from the book's teaser and cover. He also said that they're looking for a natural way to expand the team membership. "While there are some new members coming up, I don't think people will see it coming."

The issue of Deadpool's role in that family/team dynamic and his recent deflection from pure joking mayhem addict was raised. "People who are constantly joking, it's something of a defense mechanism," said Remender. "When I get into the character, I start seeing a three-dimensional character...killing a kid for me was something he had an issue with. I know this sounds strange, but I do see a bit of vulnerability in Wade. He'd be the one who was up late at night."

An appearance by the Age of Apocalypse version of Nightcrawler came up. "There was more and more to be mined out of [this world]," the writer explained. "Beyond the high-paced version of it, there is a lot of drama here." Wolverine's relationship with the Age of Apocalypse version of Jean Grey and Nightcrawler, and the latter will be a much more violent and active character than fans might expect from Kurt Wagner as this version was raised in hell.

As for how the team makes it to the AoA world and why they go there, "

There is something in the Age of Apocalypse or someone in the Age of Apocalypse that they need for some reason. When you're dealing with dimension-hopping, one thing that is incredibly important is to find a way to make it significant," said the writer. "One thing we've spent a whole lot of time doing is that when we knew we had to go there for this mission, we also had to find a way for this to move the story forward.

"Once you see what the results are, they're long lasting. If the dimension-hopping happened too much, it wouldn't work well. It works best on a limited basis."

Continuity came up in terms of where this Age of Apocalypse story fits with previous trips to this world. "It's ten years after the 2005 series. It's been a while. The world has changed and not for the better. The person involved in it is a big deal, and [the mythology of] Apocalypse plays a major role...it puts our team in a tough spot because these are alternate version of their friends, but they've got their own mission as well." Remender added that Jean Grey's role as well as that of the Silver Samurai will help place what fans know of Age of Apocalypse.

Remender's new role as the revitalizer of '90s franchises like "X-Force" and "Venom" was discussed as he said that despite the fact he had moved on to mostly indie comics during the heyday of the '90s and stories like Age of Apocalypse "I was deeply, deeply in the scene when Venom hit and X-Force hit and Deathlok...those things are so incredibly iconic that when I was presented with the job, I immediately had a year's worth of stories. I didn't expect that to be the case, but it was."

As for art teams coming up in the book, three issues by Billy Tan will be followed by Mark Brooks for three AoA issues, and the Jerome Opeña comes back after that to be followed by Remender's recent collaborator Greg Tocchini.

Finally, the writer spoke about stories coming sooner including the appearance of Captain Britain in issue #6. Remender said that because Psylocke falls in a family where one brother is a shining superhero and the other a madman, those relationships were important for him to dig into. "One thing we're going to play with here is how she sees herself in contrast to her brothers," he said.

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The Morningstar 03-08-2011 03:59 AM

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I never though I'd get back into X-Men comics, but with Uncanny X-Force Remender has got me on board.

This is, for me, quite comfortably the best X book in years. And one of the best titles Marvel is publishing.

Remender is showing Fraction how character development and interactions really work. His schooling him, to be honest. Fantomex being genuinely interesting is something I thought would never happen. And Deadpool? Where has this Deadpool been for the last few years? The revelation about him in issue 5 was actually, well, amazing. It seems Remender has a better grasp on the character than the guy who is writing his main series.

JewishHobbit 03-08-2011 07:56 AM

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It's pretty sad that Deadpool's come to the point that when he's shown as 3-dimensional character for a page or two is a "revelation." I can't say I disagree though

The Morningstar 03-08-2011 08:02 AM

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Yea I used to like Deadpool back in the day. But for the last few years he's been nothing but a Loony Toon living in the Marvel Universe.

JewishHobbit 03-08-2011 08:57 AM

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Heh, that's actually a very good description of how he's been: A Loony Toon living in the Marvel Universe. Maybe that can be the title of his NEXT ongoing series.

Deadpool: A Loony Toon Living in the Marvel Universe #583 $5.99

The Morningstar 03-08-2011 08:59 AM

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haha no please no! :D

BoredGuy 03-08-2011 01:14 PM

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Remender seems to be going with the Cable&Deadpool route, as opposed to the more recent Daniel Way nonsense.

much preferred.

slapstick gets tiring

The Morningstar 03-08-2011 01:16 PM

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I'd say it's more like Joe Kelly's. Constantly babbling to himself, pop culture references and a need to be accepted and to better himself.

Cable and Deadpool was good, but even then I thought Wade was a bit too wacky and idiotic.

Specter313 03-11-2011 06:47 PM

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For more information, be sure to check out the MARVEL: WELCOME TO THE X-MEN panel (room #471) next Friday at 6:00PM during this year’s C2E2 convention in Chicago!

Specter313 03-11-2011 07:03 PM

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UNCANNY X-FORCE #5.1
Written by RICK REMENDER
Penciled by RAFAEL ALBUQUERQUE
Cover by SIMONE BIANCHI
Special Point One issue.
START READING with this Point One issue. When a situation calls for hard choices, the X-Force is there to step in. Lady Deathstrike, with the deadly Reavers at her side, set out to destroy the X-Men in their home! Deathstrike will obliterate the X-Men or die trying, and this new Uncanny X-Force is more than happy to oblige. As the line between right and wrong become more and more blurred, will the Uncanny X-Force be heralded as heroes…or villains?
32 PGS./Parental Advisory …$2.99

The Morningstar 03-12-2011 04:19 AM

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Looking good. It seems this X-Force doesn't treat killing as a triviality, unlike Kyle and Yost's excersize in shallow violence.

javi1024 03-18-2011 05:49 PM

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so glad i decided to pick up 5.1. i may be a little bias being a huge Betsy fan, but this issue with the Reavers and digging up all that bad history was just great!

Specter313 03-19-2011 12:31 PM

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UNCANNY X-FORCE #6

Written by RICK REMENDER

Art & Cover by ESAD RIBIC

“DEATHLOK NATION,” PART 2

Buried deep, sequestered under a million years of unnatural evolution, Father, architect of The World, has a solution to the relentless and fruitless super human conflict that has left the Earth teetering on the brink of destruction. The Deathlok virus will spread, acclimate and control them all. In order to protect Earth’s heroes from the Deathlok virus, X-Force must kill The World’s Father, and his perfect future with him. But should they? How many people would a hero allow to die to ensure worldwide utopia?

32 PGS./Parental Advisory ...$3.99

def28 03-22-2011 01:50 AM

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Originally Posted by The Morningstar (Post 19835253)
I'd say it's more like Joe Kelly's. Constantly babbling to himself, pop culture references and a need to be accepted and to better himself.

Cable and Deadpool was good, but even then I thought Wade was a bit too wacky and idiotic.

Agreed, I enjoyed Cable Deadpool but Kellys take made the character. Good to see their giving Deadpool some deeper character exploration, its been needed for awhile.

Uncanny X Force is just awesome. Nice to see Fantomex taking the focus, hes been an interesting character from the start of this series Dude doesnt hold back. That new preview looks awesome.

Specter313 03-22-2011 07:28 PM

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UNCANNY X-FORCE #11
Written by RICK REMENDER
Penciled by MARK BROOKS
Cover by ESAD RIBIC
Variant Cover by MARK BROOKS
Dark Angel Saga pt. 1
Apocalypse is dead. His heir, Archangel, has picked up where his predecessor left off, amassing an army of En Sabah Nur’s greatest servants! The only hope X-Force have of saving Warren Worthington from the dark entity that inhabits his soul, rests in a dimension where Apocalypse, and his technology, took over the world, the solution lies in—The Age of Apocalypse! However, before X-Force can obtain the thing capable of saving their friend, they must defeat The Amazing X-Men!
32 PGS./Parental Advisory …$3.99

Specter313 04-09-2011 07:01 PM

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UNCANNY X-FORCE #7

Written by RICK REMENDER

Penciled by ESAD RIBIC

Cover by ESAD RIBIC

Thor Goes Hollywood Variant by MIKE DEL MUNDO

Deathlok Nation: part 3

The hordes of the Deathlok Nation continue to flood into our world, intent on killing Fantomex and protecting the super soldier production facility known as The World...but why? With The World now infected by the Deathlok virus, and X-Force locked in heated battle with the most powerful warriors in the Marvel Universe, humanity’s hopes rest in the hands of one man, but who is Weapon Infinity?!

32 PGS./Parental Advisory ...$3.99

StarkvsRogers 04-10-2011 06:26 AM

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Finally caught up on this series... I'm not sure who my favorite character is because they're all so B.A.

Specter313 04-12-2011 02:39 PM

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FEAR ITSELF: UNCANNY X-FORCE #1 (of 3)
Written by ROB WILLIAMS
Pencils & Cover by SIMONE BIANCHI
FEAR ITSELF TIE-IN
As armageddon hits the Marvel world in the events of FEAR ITSELF terror grips the planet. An extreme faction of the mutant hate group The Purifiers believes that the end of the world has come, that the devil is here
for humanity and it is up to them to “save” as many human souls as they can before he strikes. Can X-Force stop their drive for worldwide suicide? And what, exactly, is a mutant kill crew afraid of?
32 PGS./Parental Advisory …$2.99

Specter313 04-12-2011 02:56 PM

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UNCANNY X-FORCE #12
Written by RICK REMENDER
Penciled by MARK BROOKS
Cover by ESAD RIBIC
Variant Cover by ADAM KUBERT
I AM CAPTAIN AMERICA VARIANT BY TBA
The Dark Angel Saga: part 2
Trapped in the Age of Apocalypse! To acquire their salvation Fantomex must lead a team of X-Men to a distant galaxy and steal the origins of life itself from the god race known as The Celestials! On Earth, within the mysterious floating city know as The Sky, the rest of X-Force fight through an army of twisted versions of Earth’s mightiest beings as they seek a route home. If they do not succeed, and soon, Archangel will become the new Apocalypse!
32 PGS./Parental Advisory …$3.99

Jake Cassidy 04-12-2011 06:05 PM

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Archangel's gonna kill that French bastard.

def28 04-13-2011 11:23 PM

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Deadpool owned issue 7. This book keeps on kicking ass. Cant wait for Angel Vs Fantomex. Maybe Betsy is using Fantomex to some degree, cant see a mutual relationship between the two.

The Morningstar 04-14-2011 02:17 AM

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Indeed. Brilliant character work going on right here. Anyone who thinks this book is just mindless violence really hasn't got a clue. Best X title on the shelves by a very big margin.

And it's a sad indictment on Marvel Editorial that the guy writing Deadpool on a team book understands the character better than the guy writing Deadpools solo book.

Jake Cassidy 04-14-2011 04:13 AM

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def28 04-14-2011 06:28 AM

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Originally Posted by The Morningstar (Post 20081827)
Indeed. Brilliant character work going on right here. Anyone who thinks this book is just mindless violence really hasn't got a clue. Best X title on the shelves by a very big margin.

And it's a sad indictment on Marvel Editorial that the guy writing Deadpool on a team book understands the character better than the guy writing Deadpools solo book.

Agreed 100%. I would even say Best Marvel book out there. Theres alot of maturity going on here and these are all some pretty sad disturbed characters. Deadpool has to be more then just jokes cause that will only go so far with readers. That was a great moment when Fantomex calls him out on it in this issue. I hope they try to take the Deadpool solo book up a bit cause he needs some development. I liked how Way wrote him in Wolverine: Origins wanting to be accepted by the X men and all but now all he seems to give us is one liners and ridiculous plots that have no long term effect for the character.

The Morningstar 04-14-2011 06:39 AM

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I loved that Fantomex line so much. Most people who i've seen who hate Deadpool hate him because they think he is just a shallow, one dimensional wise ass.

In one single line of dialogue Remender shows that Deadpools steady stream of irrevent banter and wise assery is just a defense mechanism, for lack of a better term.

It shows the gulf in the two writers ability, Remender vs Way, that Remender can tap into what Deadpool is really like with a single line of dialogue, whereas Way has failed to nail down what the character is about in nearly 40 issues.

def28 04-14-2011 06:53 AM

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Yup, and not only did Remender give him the last laugh he showed how deadly Deadpool is capable of being as well. Good stuff.

squeekness 04-15-2011 09:53 AM

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Isn't that new solicit an awful lot like the arc we just finished? With Deathlock versions of "Earth's Mightiset Heroes"? Sounds a tad redundant...

Scourge2099 04-15-2011 02:49 PM

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I want to see Fantomex and Deadpool have a fight to the death one day. It's clear they hate each other. You could just feel the tension radiating off the page.

Specter313 04-17-2011 03:36 PM

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UNCANNY X-FORCE #8
Written by RICK REMENDER
Penciled by JEROME OPEÑA
Cover by ESAD RIBIC
Before the Fall: part 1
A nuclear facility has been infiltrated and taken over by the Shadow King! With nuclear missiles now aimed at both Utopia and New York, the lives of Earth's heroes hang in the balance. X-Force heads into action, but to save the world, they must make a terrible choice. In order to prevent a nuclear holocaust, Wolverine and his team must kill every last person working in the facility. X-Force can save the day, but at what cost?
32 PGS./Parental Advisory ...$3.99

Specter313 05-07-2011 08:56 AM

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Marvel is pleased to present your first look at chapter one of the Dark Angel Saga – beginning in this June’s Uncanny X-Force #11, from superstars Rick Remender, Mark Brooks and Dean White! Warren Worthington is no more… there is only Archangel! As their leader succumbs to the darkness within him, Uncanny X-Force has only one place left to turn for a cure – the Age of Apocalypse! But before they can find the one thing that can save their friend, the Uncanny X-Force must battle the Amazing X-Men! The next big X-Force epic begins here and no member of Wolverine’s black ops squad will escape unscathed.

The viscera-strewn, smash hit comics sensation of 2011 enters its most devastating story yet when the Dark Angel Saga launches this June, only in Uncanny X-Force #11!

UNCANNY X-FORCE #11 (APR110657)
UNCANNY X-FORCE #11 BROOKS VARIANT (APR110658)
Written by RICK REMENDER
Penciled by MARK BROOKS
Cover by ESAD RIBIC
Variant Cover by MARK BROOKS
Parental Advisory …$3.99
FOC – 5/9/11, On Sale – 6/1/11

Specter313 05-14-2011 10:17 AM

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