dj_maximus's Uncanny X-Force #18 - Red Sky Blue review

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Uncanny X-Force # 18

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 the next issue plays out, dealing with the aftermath, plus having the Age Apocalypse X-Men converse with current reality X-Men. Great read! I rate this book a 5.0 of 5.0 rating.

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1=wack, 1.5=falling asleep, 2=below average, 2.5=pick it up a bit, 3= average, 3.5=dope, 4=good, 4.5=excellent, 5=classic

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