As armageddon hits the Marvel world in the events of FEAR ITSELF terror grips the planet. An extreme faction of the mutant hate group The Purifiers believes that the end of the world has come, that the devil is here…for humanity and it is up to them to “save” as many human souls as they can before he strikes.

Can X-Force stop their drive for worldwide suicide? And what, exactly, is a mutant kill crew afraid of?

Story by Rob Williams
Art by Simone Bianchi
Colors by Simone Peruzzi
Letters by Joe Sabino
Cover by Simone Bianchi & Simone Peruzzi

Price: $2.99
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Avg Rating: 3.7
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  1. Can’t decide if I’ll pick this up. If it was Rememder it would be a no-brainer.

  2. I’m still feeling out Rob William’s work. Iron Age has been alot of fun so far, but I don’t think I’ve had anything else to judge him on. I suppose this week will be a telling one, as I’m getting this and William’s Wolverine issue.

  3. Bianchi’s interiors are enough for me to check it out.

  4. Have to check this out in-store. 

  5. The preview was enough to rope me in.

  6. Bianchi’s art is awesome! 

  7. buy it for bianchi if nothing else

  8. Very “average” book. Average story and average art. It has little to do with Fear Itself.

  9. I’ve never really been a huge fan of Bianchi’s art, but I liked it a lot more here than in the past. I also didn’t realize that Remender didn’t write this until my LCS owner was ringing it up which if I knew, I probably would have thought about getting this more

  10. @keith7198 Did you read the same book I did? It has quite a bit to do with F.I.

    I thought this book was awesome. I was skeptical if it would be good without Remender but Williams did excellent work. Deadpool was spot on, the action was great and lived up to what the new Uncanny X-force has become. 

  11. I’m with keith7198, average at best. Is that Shockwave on next issue’s cover?

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