Uncanny X-Force #19.1

    Uncanny X-Force » Uncanny X-Force #19.1 - Ghost Reunion released by Marvel on March 1, 2012.

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    • Return to the Age of Apocalypse as the AOA X-Men make their final stand against Weapon X!

    • Introducing new Age of Apocalypse super hero team The X-Terminated!

    • The stage is set for Age of Apocalypse #1, the new ongoing series set in the Age of Apocalypse!


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    This Was Almost Depressing 0

    Spinning out from the recent Dark Angel Saga, this Point One issue attempts to make its case for the new Age of Apocalypse series. Unfortunately, all it really does is show that there is nothing left of the once popular alternate reality worth revisiting.To this day, Age of Apocalypse is one of my favorite X-Men stories. It was a story and a universe I have always wished could have been expanded on just a little more. There were so many more facets I would have liked seeing explored or more char...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Expecting something else 0

    I was expecting something else with this new launch, something more spectacular. But this story begins with a solid background and huge potential for the comming monthly serie, the recently added characters give depth and add a better pace. But seriously I was expecting something else...The GoodGreat art, as we seen in Uncanny X-Force with more visceral action and more humans forms, it gives a dark mature tone worthy of AOA. They kept very cool old characters as Jean and Sabretooth.SPOILER WARNI...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Very Interesting 0

    I am fairly to reading comics on a monthly basis. Using Christmas money I bought the available hardcover of of Uncanny X-Force to catch up. This is my first single issue (as well as #19) of the series. Before reading through this issue I was not very familiar with the whole Age of Apocalypse dimension. I knew that things were radically different in the dimension. As a result I was surprised to see Magneto leading the X-Men as well as a yellow hulk and the combination Ghost Rider/Iron Man. With t...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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