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Uncanny X-Force_33

• FINAL EXECUTION races to its thrilling conclusion!

• X-Force brings the attack to the Brotherhood, but there is dissension in the ranks.

• Genesis faces the truth about Apocalypse and his destiny!

Story by Rick Remender
Art by Phil Noto

Price: $3.99
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  1. keithfury keithfury says:

    Is this Remender’s last issue of X-Force?

  2. player1 player1 says:

    I have a goodly pile of these to catch up on.

    Looking forward to it.

  3. TheRealVenom TheRealVenom says:

    I may actually shed a few tears when this comes to an end. Best X-run ever.

    • daddy_ak74 daddy_ak74 says:

      Yeah, all good things come to an end. With the exception of Mike Carey, writers of X-titles don’t go on Claremont type runs. Remender is now one of the flagship writers for Marvel so I knew his X-Force run would end…

    • jasonhart jasonhart says:

      I haven’t read anywhere whether Remender planned the series for this length or not, but you can definitely see where he had an idea to explore – what does killing do to a hero? – and you can only take a theme like that so far without ruining it. This is definitely wrapping up really well & organically so far.

      Could you do a Claremont-length run with these characters & this setup? I know you can switch up the team; explore other themes – but this whole run has focused on that one question, really. I kinda dig that. A super-arc of sorts.

    • jpriester73 jpriester73 says:

      Jasonhart that is what Remender does better than anyone else. He has a few stories and sub stories that make up the meta-narrative he is telling. I’ve never read anyone that past or present that just gets how to do this.

  4. darkclaw09 says:

    All that i can say is that this one of the COMIC BOOK MASTERPIECES of our time. It doesn’t matter if you like or hate the characters. There are not “heroes” or “villans” in this. Only fictional characters that Remender make them part of an ancient greek tragedy type of story. Really a superb work.

  5. WOW! What an issue.

  6. AquaPimp82 AquaPimp82 says:

    When did Deadpool become normal looking? I thought he was disfigured.

    • stasisbal stasisbal says:

      I assume he lost his healing factor and became normal looking in his own book. X-Force address it way back at the beginning of this arc. He’s had no powers since he infiltrated that assassin building place.

  7. stasisbal stasisbal says:

    Well crap. Now I have to wait for another issue! I’m anticipating the ending of this as much as anything.

  8. Unbelievable. This one is gonna be tough to top. My all-time favorite X-run.

  9. Ugh I thought this was the end and I was like.. this isn’t wrapping up….

  10. WheelHands WheelHands says:

    POTW! Any issue of anything that ends with Kirby dots is a win.

    I’m sure it’s been used before, but I enjoyed seeing Remender use drowning as the only sure fire way to kill Logan. When casual fans ask me how you could kill him, that’s always my first answer. I’ve never seen it tried before, so that was fun. I reall enjoyed the conversation between Logan and Daken (a character I’ve loathed since his first appearance). Blob’s death was appropriately gruesome, but seeing Deadpool care about something had to be the most unsettling part of this issue.

    I don’t want this to end, but I can’t wait to see what happens. This is good comics.

  11. snake doc snake doc says:

    This storyline is dragging along a bit, but it is still a fun ride and it is the best X-men title going

  12. Struggling to think if I’ve ever seen a more imaginative and gruesome end to a character than the shark/Blob incident

    That was a total “Did that just happen?” moment – loved it! Remender you are a sick, twisted, brutal genius. Thanks for that

  13. mdreyer93 mdreyer93 says:


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