Cable and X-Force #10

Cable and X-Force #10

Writer: Dennis Hopeless Artist: Salvador Larroca Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: June 19, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 2
8.2Critic Rating
7.8User Rating

Guest starring the Uncanny Avengers! …but the Uncanny Avengers have been keeping tabs on Hope and they’re not about to let her get tangled up with Cable’s band of fugitives! Hope goes on the run, determined to help Cable whether he wants it or not…

  • 9.0 - Stuart Conover Jun 23, 2013

    That won't be the only focus as X-Force has their own agendas where we will see them trying to save the world. Most importantly, though, is thatin the last panel we see the members of The Uncanny Avengers standing over the unconscious Cableas they prepare to take him into custody. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Jun 19, 2013

    With this issue, Hopeless gets his team up and running and lays the framework for his next big arc on the series. If recent installments are any indication, that arc should be a lot of fun. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    PopMatters - Jack Fisher Jun 23, 2013

    Cable and X-Force was a series that struggled with numerous plot holes early on. But in the past few issues, the story has become much more coherent. The emotions of the team and the nature of their mission is finally coming into focus and it has created fertile ground for some very compelling stories. This builds on that foundation while providing some entertaining action sequences that should satisfy any X-Force fan. The sub-plot with Hope Summers has still been slow and her character seems to become more unlikable with every act she takes in this post-“Avengers vs. X-Men” era. But the series as a whole is solid and this issue nicely reflects how this X-title has come to be exactly that—solid. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Marvel Disassembled - thepuremood Jun 20, 2013

    However, the story and characterizations really do make up for the sub-par art. CABLE AND X-FORCE #10 answers a lot of questions, but also brings up a lot of new ones. It brings back the off-kilter sense of humour I enjoyed so much in the first arc, and Hopeless continues with what may be the best handling of Domino in years. Fun, action-packed, with appearances from beloved and underutilized X-characters, a fascinating exploration of the Uncanny Avengers concept and outlaw mutant hijinks, what's not to love? Read Full Review

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