• In the aftermath of X-Force's battle with the Uncanny Avengers, Cable's mutant powers have been drastically altered. • What will this mean when the next cataclysmic threat comes knocking at X-Force's door?
Unfortunately, the art quality continues to suffer now that Salvador Larroca has been replaced by Gerrardo Sandoval. The visuals are too '90s-inspired in how they emphasize gritted teeth and hyper-exaggerated muscles over all else. The storytelling is sometimes frustratingly unclear during the battle with the Reavers, even as it functions much better during the Sentinel fight. Read Full Review
As much as I've been loving this series I think my interest might be waning. My major guess is that I know that 'X-Force' is being relaunched next year and written by my favorite comic author at the moment. That announcement right now may have distracted me from putting too much interest in what Cable is up to when I want to know what he'll be doing soon. Read Full Review
If you've been following Cable and X-Force, just struggle through this one. It looks bad, and the writing isn't perfect. I'm hoping for a lot more from Cable and X-Force but the whole series has been very lack luster as a whole. Cable and X-Force #16 continues to lower my expectations, and crawls away with 2/5 Nuggets. Read Full Review