Uncanny X-Force #13

    Uncanny X-Force » Uncanny X-Force #13 - My World Won't Stop Without You released by Marvel on October 1, 2011.

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    The Dark Angel Saga: Part 3 Years ago, Wolverine helplessly watched as Jean Grey, the love of his life, died before his eyes. Years later, he would lose his best-friend Nightcrawler to a similar fate. In order to save our world, can he allow them to die again? X-Force team up with The Amazing X-Men for the final push against the heir of Apocalypse, in a battle Royale that will force Wolverine to make the hardest choice of his life. One world must die!


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    Solid issue slightly hurt by multiple artists... 0

    Rick Remender's "Uncanny X-Force" has consistently delivered strong character driven stories laced with cool, gritty action. While not as strong as the last book, issue #13 still runs with what has made the series great. This is the third part of The Dark Angel Saga and has the team in another dimension searching for a Life Seed, the only thing that can save Warren who has become the heir of Apocalypse. Remender has already established several fantastic character dynamics between the team membe...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Not Your Jeanie 0

    With Wolverine and Fantomex leading two different X-teams, they're out to accomplish the seemingly impossible. Fantomex is out looking for Archangel's cure, while Wolverine is working on a way to get all the mutants out of the AoA. But with the AoA version of Wolverine in the way, will X-Force succeed in the Age of Apocalypse? The Good  Remender does it once again. After 13 issues, he still manages to write such great fast paced action with a plot that keeps on progressing. Also, Remender's cons...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Domestic Dispute 0

    THE GOODThe pages just seemed so full of art. The different panels appear to fade away into the story. It is a really visually appealing issue - especially the Phoenix panels. :)I love how powerful Weapon-X is. He is just an unimaginable force to be reckoned with - almost too powerful. The team holds their own against him though, as we see the right team members being used for the right jobs.In the end, there is sacrifice, one to which the AoA folks get the crappy end of the stick on... as usual...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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