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Amahl Farouk, the Shadow King arrives at a newspaper office with a flash drive containing video footage of Archangel killing soldiers from the previous issue, ready to expose the team to the world. The reporter Farouk entrusts with the information alerts his editor before running with the story, who immediately informs the paper's owner, none other than Warren Worthington.

As Archangel, Worthington quickly evades a counseling session with Psylocke and flies off to rendezvous with the editor... who later that night turns up dead, seemingly from Archangel's hand. Archangel then goes for the reporter but is stopped just in time by the rest of X-Force.

The team concludes that the only way to save Warren from his own dark side is to inquire from another former servant of Apocalypse... so they spring Dark Beast out of prison. The evil Dr. McCoy evaluates the situation and quickly proposes that the team accompany him back to his lab in the alternate "Age of Apocalypse" future where he can retrieve a "seed of life" to counteract the "seed of death" that is driving Warren mad.

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And I Bet You Thought Apoc Was Dead! 0

I have been consistently blown away by how phenomenal every new issue of Rick Remender's Uncanny X-Force has been, but this issue takes the cake. The GoodSacrifices, compromises, preemptive strikes and love triangles are all eloquently intermingled in issue #10 of Uncanny X-Force. If you thought the last nine issues of Rick Remender's series have been good, then you should be prepared to have your mind blown in issue 10. Without giving too much away, Warren is slowly losing control of himself as...

12 out of 14 found this review helpful.

The battle within. 0

Uncanny X-force #10 First off I'd like to say that Remender does a great job with character inner conflict. I thought it was shown perfectly through Angel. It looks like Uncanny X-force could be ousted to the public eye! People have found out about the mind controlled man Angel killed. When Angel gets word of this he goes and threatens the man who's going to publicize it. It's not Angel though it's Archangel threatening him. Wolverine and Psylocke go to stop him and they successfully subdue him....

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Darkness Rising 0

THE GOODThe art and writing are exactly what I have come to expect from the creative team(s) assigned to this book. As this is the transition book between arcs, we get a good amount of consequence from the previous arc combined with a well conceived setup for the next arc.This issue really did a great job of showing the struggle Angel is enduring. The best part is, we get to not only see his inner torment, but how it manifests itself on the outside as well.Realizing the Angel can no longer be tr...

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