Uncanny X-Force #33

    Uncanny X-Force » Uncanny X-Force #33 - The Father Who Must Be Killed released by Marvel on January 1, 2013.

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    FINAL EXECUTION races to its thrilling conclusion!

    X-Force brings the attack to the Brotherhood, but there is dissension in the ranks.

    Genesis faces the truth about Apocalypse and his destiny!



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    A Father and Son Moment 0

    I have really been enjoying this story and it has been one of the best I have read all year. Rick Remender has brilliant talent for writing great series, and you just need to look at this, Secret Avengers, Venom or Uncanny Avengers to notice that.PlotThis issue sees Daken sitting down to have a conversation with his father Wolverine (who's tied up) about why he's never been there for him. Meanwhile Psylocke battles Shadow King, AoA Nightcrawler finally gets his hands on AoA Blob and Genesis is s...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    How do you kill the Blob? Put a Shark in his stomach. 0

    This is probably my third faviourite series I am buying after Batman and Swamp-thing this is probably my faviourite Marvel series it is closely followed by Daredevil this series is really consistent churning out great action character moments and art it will soon end but I hope it goes out with a bang and this series goes down as possibly my favourite Marvel book of all time and the whole series would make a great omnibus!PlotWolverine is having a nightmare about what Evan might do and Apocalyps...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    One of the best titles out, PERIOD 0

    Let me start by saying that I am a DC man all the way, but this title is KILLING it in every single way possible! The conversation Daken and Logan have at the beginning of this issue nearly had me in tears. Just seeing Wolverine express his love for his son, even after everything he's done, was a true testament Wolverine's good nature. Inversely, Daken betraying Wolverine to continue his plot to turn Evan into Apocalypse shows how truly broken Daken is. I also love that Deadpool is now recognizi...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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