X-Statix #1
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X-Statix #1

Writer: Peter Milligan Artist: Michael Allred, Darwyn Cooke Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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X-Statix is thrown on the public's backburner when O-Force is introduced - an interactive mutant team where the public controls the team roster! Will the media hype cast a shadow over the unveiling of X-Statix's newest addition, Venus Dee Milo?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 8, 2002

    Another issue devoted to the aftermath of Edie's death, but this month manages to build on the previous issue, as we are introduced to Edie's replacement, and we also get the groundwork for a likely future story in which Peter Milligan has created a character whose attitude regarding X-Force bears an uncanny similarity to my own & I'm sure a great majority of the readers. Now the new character added to the team does have herself a fairly tragic past, as we see Rogue's sob story about the first manifestation of her mutant gift has nothing on Venus Dee Milo's horror story. This issue also introduces the reader to the idea that X-Force, or should I say X-Statix actually face competition for the public's adoration from a ultra cheesy group calling itself O-Force, who nicely play off the current trend of manufactured music groups. We also get a rather chilling look at what a member of the team does during their off panel time, and needless to say what we learn in this backup story has me ta Read Full Review

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