• Cable is back! NOW! with a new X-Force at his side, he must tackle the threats that nobody else can know about.

• But just who are Cable’s new recruits, and why is his team public enemy number one?

• Caught red-handed at the scene of a terrorist attack on a major American corporation whose CEO has expressed anti-mutant views, the X-Force is the run, with none other than the Uncanny Avengers in hot pursuit.

Story by Dennis Hopeless
Art by Salvador Larroca
Colors by Frank D'Armata
Letters by Joe Sabino
Cover by Salvador Larroca, Frank D'Armata, & Mark Bagley

Price: $3.99
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wraith170112/23/12NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.3
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  1. I didn’t dislike the first issue as much as I’ve seen other people have,but it’s one of those comics that at $3.99 I can just tell myself you can’t read them all.

  2. The first issue didn’t strike me as being too bad, but I wanted Cable’s arm to be super atrophied. Like, I wanted it looking like Nemo’s special fin. Disappointed that it looks so big and burly on this cover.

  3. The art was really nice last ish. Decent story, i’ll give this a couple arcs to see where it goes.
    Team definitely needs to loose colosuck and pick up boomboom or warpath

  4. I really want to like this book… The art is tolerable and the tracing is no where near as bad as greg land on iron man at least.
    I just hope the crime revealed in the first issue isnt the only crime this crime book focuses on for most of the year before cable retires.

  5. I am a fan. I think all the criticisms of this book are completely valid, its just one of those things for me: I like Cable, love Hope Summers…I would probably like it if they were sitting around, playing Go Fish all issue.

  6. Didnt love it, but didnt hate it. Im on board for Hope, and will give it an arc or two to see where it goes before deciding to drop or not

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