Offensive Acts last edited by brook78 on 01/17/19 01:36PM View full history

Almost every sovereign state in the Marvel Universe makes use of sanctioned superhumans to protect national interests and pursue a covert agenda. The United States has the Secret Avengers. The United Kingdom has MI13. And mutantkind has X-FORCE. In this dirty, secret, no-holds-barred, deadly game of superhuman black ops, veteran X-Man Cable and his team will spy, torture, and kill to ensure that the mutant race not only has a place in the world...but also a stake in it.

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CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverRock-He Kim1
VarVariant CoverPhil Noto2
VarVariant Sketch CoverPhil Noto3
VarMarvel Animals Variant CoverKatie Cook4


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D.U.L.L. (X-Force #1) 0

(QUICK UNPROFESSIONAL REVIEW)Many people claim Remender's X-Force run was one of the best EVER. I enjoyed that run, but didn't love it. After it relaunched with a new team, I dropped that series after few issues like a lot of folks. Now X-Force is RELAUNCHED again, and it looks like I won't be reading X-Force once again. When this title was revealed, I was quite interested. The roster seemed promising with Fantomex, Cable, Psylocke, and the new character. I was hooked on the art right away afte...

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