X-Force: Sex & Violence #1

    X-Force: Sex & Violence » X-Force: Sex & Violence #1 - Chapter One released by Marvel on September 2010.

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    Just when you thought it was over, we pull you back in—it’s the X-Force story everyone’s been talking about, finally delivered! Wolverine and Domino have always had a special relationship, but everything goes upside down when the Assassins Guild puts out a hit on our gun wielding bombshell. Why do they want her dead? And more importantly, how many people have to die before Wolverine and Domino can spend some quality time together? Get ready for the sexiest blood-soaked ride Craig Kyle and Chris Yost have ever delivered as they join forces with international superstar Gabriele Dell'otto to offer up their final X-Force story!

    At Alcatraz headquarters, a severely beaten Domino is tending her wounds as Elixir questions her on what happened to her, but she isn’t giving up any information. Just as Elixir begins to heal Domino, Wolverine interrupts and demands to know who beat her. She tells him she had been beaten in her apartment by members of the Assassin’s Guild.

    Domino tells Wolverine the story: before her involvement with SHIELD or X-Force, she was approached by a couple men about a heist of weapons and cash owned by the Hand. During the heist, Domino and the crew that hired her were engaged by the Hand and Domino realized from the Hand’s battle cries that she was fighting alongside the Assassin’s Guild. During the battle, Domino discovered that instead of guns and money, the Hand was smuggling Japanese girls. She decided to leave with the girls to safety while the two groups fought it out. Apparently the Assassin’s Guild is still upset with her.

    Wolverine and Domino head back towards Domino’s apartment and are attacked by the Assassin’s Guild. Wolverine is shot in the head, but recovers quickly to help Domino with the Guild. During a break in the fight, Wolverine and Domino passionately kiss, but are interrupted – by a furious Razorfist, who demands to know where “the money” is from Domino. Wolverine appears to be slightly ticked that Domino left out some crucial information from her story . . .



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    Just. Awesome. 0

     Ive always been a fan of X-Men, but never really commited myself to reading alot of the comics. Mostly because it never had much violence in it. Well, let me re-phrase, It never had alot of R rated bloody violence. Im going to have to give this a 4.5 out of 5, because its finally a real adult version of X-Men, X-Force: Sex & Violence is now on the top of my awesome list.   The art alone is enough to buy all 3 issues, its beautiful, but dark. It really helps set the serious side to the comic...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Snikt! Snikt! 0

    Whoa-ho-ho! What a headrush that was! I can almost smell the cordite and blood... This issue ROCKS!! I was always a fan of all things X-Men, but returning after years in Comic-Book-Wilderness, I`ve been casting a cynical eye over these new-fangled comic publications. I knew little of the whole X-Force thing, so what better than issue#1 of this story-arc to have a look... Bloody Hell! What have I been missing?? It didn`t take me long to get into the picture: This Domino character appears to have ...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    X-Force: Sex & Violence Issue 1 0

    Well, I'm sad to say that this is the end of the fantastic Craig Kyle-Chris Yost run within the X-Men books. While most people probably love their recent X-Force work, for me their New X-Men will always stand-out as a favorite. However, don't let that fool you, I love their X-Force work as well. The only problem I ever had was that the art wasn't always consistent (Excusing Mike Choi). With X-Force: Sex & Violence though, nobody will be worrying about the art.   The issue opens with one of ...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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