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• The skies of Madripoor run red as Uncanny X-Force face off against Fantomex…Fantomex…and Fantomex!

• We know what Psylocke did last summer, and it’s a doozy! Find out in this edition of Uncanny X-Force True Hollywood Story.

• Storm has no tolerance for your drama. She is a mutant, a goddess, and a headmistress. She’s got enough going on. Stop with the five-paragraph texts. Do not email her. No voicemail.

• What happens in Paris, stays in Paris…unless Puck finds out, in which case it’s probably all over Twitter!

Story by Sam Humphries
Art by Ramon Perez
Colors by Rachelle Rosenberg & Jay David Ramos
Letters by Cory Petit
Cover by Kris Anka

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.0%
Avg Rating: 3.2
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  1. I dunno.I tried.But this book looks like it’s going to the crapper.

    • I know. I want to like this more than I’ve been able to. This is my last issue unless I see an improvement. I don’t think it’s horrible … but for me it’s really only running off of the fumes of Remender’s series. If it didn’t say “Uncanny X-Force” on the cover, I wouldn’t’ve given it this long of a leash.

    • I agree-I just dropped this book. I gave it a chance for 10 issues because of Remender’s run mostly.

      I liked the first arc but it’s been getting worse ever since.

  2. I’ve been looking for a jumping-off point. This is it.

    Just can’t bring myself to continue to pay $3.99 for this.

    • It isn’t worth it. Don’t even get the trade. Don’t even read it at the library. Don’t even read a synopsis of the story.

    • I honestly cannot decide if I hate this book or love it. Either way it’s certainly not worth $3.99, but I truly can’t decide how I feel about this book. I like that they’re giving Humphries so much rope, but I can’t tell whether he’s hanging himself with it or actually doing something really inventive. I need to re-read the whole series again. But I also don’t want to.

  3. Really wanted to like this book but dropped off a few issues ago. There is no way I expected Cable and the X-Force to be the go to X-Force book but it is.

  4. Avatar photo filippod (@filippodee) says:

    I enjoyed the first arc but the whole Fantomex(es) love affair left me perplexed (even if the idea itself was good). I’ll give it another 2 issues to win me back.

  5. As much as I love the characters on the team, I’m swiftly losing interest in this title as well

  6. I thought this issue was much more interesting than the Fantomex arc. The Perez art was pretty damn good, as well. I was pretty close to done, but this bought it a few more issues. Hokey, but I really enjoyed the Hellfire Club/Wolverine last page.