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Magneto uncovers the existence of X-Force and the only way he'll keep the team's secret is if they assassinate a mysterious figure from his past! Who is so important that Magneto would employ such methodology? Why can't he do the deed himself? The answer is buried in a terrible secret from the ashes of World War II. No man can outrun his past forever...

Dr. Nemesis arrives in Utopia, welcomed by Namor and immediately disregarding him. He goes to Magneto and delivers an envelope. Its content seems to has a great impact on Magneto. Meanwhile, the team are getting back to the Cavern X and contemplate what it means for Warren to have killed the soldier of the Shadow King. Everyone agrees that he had no other choice but he is still doubtful about it.

When they enter the Cavern, Magneto awaits them, having disabled Deathlok. He shows Wolverine a picture of a Nazi from the envelope and asks him to find the man and kill him. He agrees and decides to do it alone, even if Fantomex offers help.

E.V.A. takes him to Brazil where he finds the old man in a desolate house. The man tells him he has been waiting for this day for a long time and is ready for it. He tells Wolverine that his victims will come for him, too and then Wolverine kills him with his sword.

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Wolverine Does Brazil 0

Is it bad that nearly all of the reviews I have done for Uncanny X-Force have gotten close to a perfect score? The Good Do not underestimate the powers of Magneto. Not only is he the "Master of Magnetism," but he probably knows a hell of a lot of stuff you don't know he knows- that he isn't "supposed" to know- which makes this issue even more awesome. Magneto doesn't just casually appear on the cover of Uncanny X-Force #9 because in essence, this issue is all about him. Magneto knows, and has kn...

17 out of 18 found this review helpful.

High Praise 0

Gonna keep this review short and sweet, un-like some of other reviews! The Good Magneto's request This issue had a sort of calm, static, atmosphere. In my head, everything was completely silent. If it was a tv show episode, I can imagine that there would be no music or score accompanying it. Very Whedon-esque. It was also such a quick read, I had to read it twice straight away so I could fully absorb it, not that that's a bad thing, any longer and the pacing would of been well off. The art is ...

8 out of 9 found this review helpful.

No Man Outrun his Past 0

I like the fact that Remender chose to tell two small self contained stories in a  roll, instead of throwing in another 3 to 4 issues arc story, before the Age of Apocalypse saga, this was a smart editorial move, building slowly the Dark Angel plot  (Marvel does it right at some times) - well, this was probably one of the best stories so far in this ongoing series, featuring a sad and numb Magneto asking for help to one of his oldest enemies: Wolverine - this issue was nothing that I was prepare...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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