• In the thrall of the Adversary, what havoc will Forge unleash upon Cable and X-Force? • And in the wake of the devastation, can Cable come to terms with his drastically altered powers in time to save his daughter?
Its awfully gutsy for a book to take the name of X-Force and be as engaging and character-focused as this one is (though between the Kyle/Yost X-Force and Uncanny X-Forces, the name is definitely coming to mean something more). Its absolutely a book about superhero action, but its a very bizarre, strange trip in a way that seems completely distinct from the OTHER bizarre, trippy, character-focused X-Force book. And for my money, I hope the relationship between Domino and Colossus continues to develop, because its one of the most fascinating at Marvel. Read Full Review
Next issue should be better. Right off the bat they hint that Bishop is on it and we all know how Cable feels about him, especiallynow after he spent years trying to hunt down and kill Hope. With all of the grudge match that will be built into this,I have no doubt the book is about to bounce back.I just felt that this side of the arc was phoned in compared to how much I loved the introduction to the series. Read Full Review