Uncanny X-Force #28

    Uncanny X-Force » Uncanny X-Force #28 - Days of Preemptive Future released by Marvel on September 1, 2012.

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    X-Force land themselves somewhere you’ve never seen them.

    A new member joins the team!

    Rising star Julian Totino Tedesco (VENOM: CIRCLE OF FOUR, JOHN CARTER GODS OF MARS covers) joins the best creative team in comics for two issues!


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    Future: Heaven or Hell 0

    This story has been brilliant so far and I am very happy that I'm starting to catch up with this series. Having not read the series prior to this story since The Dark Angel Saga it's nice to re join the series in a similar style storyline, which is as good if not better.PlotThis issue sees the X-Force go to the future to avoid being killed by the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants in the present. There they are greeted by Deathlok who's been expecting them. Whilst in the future Deathlok plans to show t...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Welcome to the future hope you don't kill yourself :) 0

    I love Uncanny X-force it's definitely the best X-book around and I hope it never ends.The GoodThis issue continues from the last with Ultimaton about to explode and Gateway with a broken neck and Psylocke goes into his mind and manages to teleport them to the fututre. The future itself is quite interesting because it turns out thatSPOILER WARNING: Click here to reveal hidden content.Genesis turned into Apocalypse and Wolverine went and assembled a squad of superheroes to take him down and in th...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    The "Final Execution" arc is living up to its namesake... 0

    Highly Recommended!I was starting to worry about this series. There have been a couple of “meh” issues ever since the Dark Angel Saga arc ended. Don’t get me wrong, there have been some great parts in both the Otherworld arc, and this current Final Execution arc - not only great, but important to the story moving forward.You should know, if you simply pick this issue up, without reading the issues between the Dark Angel Saga and here, A LOT of things have changed. There have been several deaths,...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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