Uncanny X-Force #18

    Uncanny X-Force » Uncanny X-Force #18 - Red Sky Blue released by Marvel on February 1, 2012.

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    Red Sky Blue last edited by kaneundertaker2 on 11/24/19 10:07AM View full history

    Rick Remender (Venom, Fear Agent), Jerome Opeña (Punisher, Fear Agent) and Dean White (Avengers, Amazing Spider-Man) bring you a tale of devastation, bravery, and salvation.

    Note: This comic came out poly bagged.


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    X-Force - Once In a Blue Moon 0

    It is rare, in the world of comic books, to read something truly memorable, touching and with the feel of completion. For the longest time my biggest gripe with how the industry handles itself is that they never let the characters rest and be themselves, always walking torwards the next big event. This keeps them from growing, from being in meaningful stories and from being consistent.This last number of X-Force, however, confirmed to me that it is possible to write powerful stories in comic boo...

    15 out of 15 found this review helpful.

    Uncanny Ending 0

    THE GOODAll. Of. It.The art is great. The writing is perfect.While I was sad to see it end, I was very satisfied with how it did. It starts out strong with Deathlok reasoning his way out from under War's spell, continues with some epic battles between good and evil, and ends quietly with a solemn yet powerful question, "Who are you?".One thing I thought was simply amazing: the SCALE of where they were all fighting. That hall with the GIANT statues really helped illustrate the gravity of the situ...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Uncanny X-Force # 18 0

    Rick Rememder goes out on a all out bash with this issue. The way he blows this out the water, it isn't perfect however impressive nonetheless. With moving angles with characters, and amping up the fight, the anger, and submission to to give up. Just had me as reader saying "no", "it can't end like this". This was a close fight. What well happen in the future, well Marvel is already planning what will become for The Age Of Apocalypse series coming in March 2012. I'll most interesting to see how ...

    1 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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