Uncanny X-Force Vol 1 9 High Art Review
A very non-verbal issue that portrays a lot of character emotions solely through the use of pictures. Billy Tan does an excellent job at portraying Magneto's feelings about the job, and also gives Wolverine a nice little piece at the end. I like how it's revealed that someone actually finally knows about X-Force, gives it a bit of a new dynamic.
If you're not very familiar with Wolverine's personality (like me, I only started reading comics this year with Uncanny X-Force Vol 1 1), then you may find this a confusing issue to follow. Not a lot of background information is given about the target and you kind of want to know what personal history he has with Magneto.
Good as a stand-alone issue, but I'm not exactly a huge fan of those, as I like an extended storyline over several issues. Art is nice and dark as usual and Rick Rememder's stories are always great.