Uncanny X-Force #16

    Uncanny X-Force » Uncanny X-Force #16 - No Such Thing released by Marvel on December 1, 2011.

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    The fate of the entire world rests on the shoulders of Deadpool! A new Death is born! Refugee mutants from the Age of Apocalypse descend on our world! Can the merc with a mouth hold off long enough for X-Force to regroup? Is there any hope of staving off the Age of Archangel? Not if Iceman and The Blob have their say. Monsters of doom and glory, Rick Remender (Venom, Punisher), Jerome Opeña (Punisher, Moon Knight) and legendary colorist Dean White (Avengers) reunite to serve up another boss bowl of breakneck action in the hottest book on the stands!


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    Mr. Crusty-Bottoms 0

    THE GOODAs expected, the art and story are superb.I loved how both Famines were taken care of - and though I did feel bad for the "old" Famine, her final scene was nice and messy. Deadpool was hilarious and fun to watch as always. I do wonder how his character will be handled after this issue though - at least now we know what to call his cat if we are asked to babysit. The surprise (twist?) ending was great. It really adds to the suspense of the series by taking away a good chunk of hope.THE BA...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    No Such Thing 0

    The StoryArchangel wakes up with Pestilence beside him in bed. He notes that his Angel persona is still there. Some Akkaba henchmen are discussing Archangel's plan when Fantomex, Deadpool and Deathlok sneak up and kill them, infiltrating the base. Famine destroys E.V.A with his powers and spits on Wolverine as he leaves, leaving him to burn. Archangel meets Betsy in her cell and tells her to come with him. She reveals that she still believes Warren is in there. Deathlok goes to take care of the ...

    3 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    nuanced threads coming together 0

    The GoodLots of good in here, I'm going to start with the Deadpool, Fantomex, Deathlok band of 'heroes'. Think about it, Deadpool, Fantomex and Deathlok not exactly a team you'd sell a book on but these three are written really well in this book. Fantomex's development under Remender has been excellent and well paced. We get this illustrated in this issue with Fantomex's internal monologue, he understands his actions have been out of character and gives his motives here. It plays out great. Dead...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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