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4.83 stars 4.83/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews
Remender thought through this whole series from issue number one, that's what I praise in comic books, not only continuity, but the writer's perception, how the good writer has a vision and is able to materialize it, like working on a rough diamond, driving a straight line to tell the story, that doesn't come very often. Sure there're some bad dialogues, some macho and stupid lines, but hey, what you should expect from characters like Wolverine and Wade, but there're so many important and core i...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
The goodThis series has been great from issue one it has been one of the best series in the last decade. and this issue is no different. This issue starts off really dark and grim and really sets the tone of the issue. When the team return from the future they meet Deathlok and have a rather angry conversation with each other which is pretty interesting to see. Quite a lot of this issue is dedicated to finding out what's going on with the Brotherhood of Evil mutants and how they are mucking arou...4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
This has been a brilliant story and the series overall has been amazing. Rick Remender knows how to write great series and this series shows that. I have liked his work on most things but I don't think there has been anything he's written that I've enjoyed reading quite as much as Uncanny X-Force.PlotThis issue sees the X-Force returning to the present aiming to rescue Genesis before anything bad happens. Meanwhile the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants who have Genesis are still tormenting the boy in ...6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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