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Special Point One issue.

START READING with this Point One issue. When a situation calls for hard choices, the X-Force is there to step in. Lady Deathstrike, with the deadly Reavers at her side, set out to destroy the X-Men in their home! Deathstrike will obliterate the X-Men or die trying, and this new Uncanny X-Force is more than happy to oblige. As the line between right and wrong become more and more blurred, will the Uncanny X-Force be heralded as heroes…or villains?

Story by Rick Remender
Art by Rafael Albuquerque
Colors by Dean White
Letters by Cory Petit
Cover by Simone Bianchi & Simone Peruzzi

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 2.5%


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Avg Rating: 4.2
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  1. Remender’s X-Force with Rafael Albuquerque’s art? Yes, please!

  2. Damn that Marvel Must Have reprint from last week! I’m hooked!

  3. @MegaPhilip  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! awesome

  4. Does this need a .1?

  5. been on this series since #1, totally gonna check this out. I hope this is a fun side tangent. 

  6. I swear to go I’ll burn the next comic that says “.1”. One the other hand… excited for x-force!

  7. @FoeApple  do you need to borrow some matches?

  8. Does this really need a “.1”? Especially after they just released the “must have” last week. Regardless, I can’t get enough of this book so I’m falling for it.

  9. One amazing artist after another,

  10. I don’t know why everyone is so annoyed with point one. The concept is kind of useless for new readers but so far most point ones have been pretty good, 2.99, stories.


    he wasn’t all that crazy last issue…

  12. @Avistann  –i think you answered your own question. They are supposed to be jumping on points for new readers, and they are not really working that well in that regard. They are more like bonus tangent issues for current readers of the series. 

  13. It is almost as if the 0.1 issues are not what Marvel said they were, but instead a blatant money grab…


  14. Cannot wait, reading this 1st

  15. Top top top of the stack!

  16. Such an unnecessary .1 book. I enjoyed the art except for Cyclops and Magneto. Story was alright, but I wish they would just shut up and kill things. Also, if you are new, you have to go back and get issue number 5 because that is when the last story arc started. This book was supposed to be the X book for people who did not read X books, but I think I will stick with X-Factor. Although, being a fan of deahtlok I will stick around for this arc that started before the .1 issue.

  17. @MountNJ  I don’t think “shut up and kill things” is what Remender has in mind with this book. 

    But for this issue: story was pretty good and art was GREAT. I’m ready for some Deathloks!!

  18. I LOVE the Reavers.

  19. Cover by Simone Bianchi and interiors by Rafael Albuquerque??  Dude this book looks awesome!  After being such a fan of American Vampire, it’s great to see more of Albuquerque’s work.

  20. Can’t say this was great jumping on point but itwas a pretty great one and done story

  21. I am loving this book.

  22. Loved this book. Any excuse to revisit the outback era of the X-Men is a good thing in my eyes!

  23. Am I the only one who does not like this artist?

  24. Two things:

    1) The inclusion of the Fear song “I Love Living in the City” is the best thing ever.
    2) Didn’t Deadpool quit the team last issue?

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