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Subj: X-Force #3: Any deal breakers?
Posted: Wed Feb 27, 2019 at 10:41:19 pm EST (Viewed 135 times)


X-Force 003

Finally Boom Boom.

The art is too sickly style. \:\(

Seems presumptuous packaging to include KC and DL in the Roll Call Page.

Still frustrating reimaging of Deathlok to (unevenly) deny us his name in the Roll Call Page.

Transia has been a safehaven for mutants since before or after M-Day? So, many mutants just undermines how the Age of X-Man is leading newer readers to believe that Nate and the Horsemen had killed off effectively the Earth's mutant presence.

A billion yottabytes?? Does anyone recall any other backissues that have cited a memory size in other Marvel tech-characters?

So, Boom Boom didn't do much except show that other Earth heroes had time to show up and that Domino has a flying van but she suprisingly bring the voice of reason - on page 9 after her awesome splash page arrival on page 10.

NO good character vibes with Dom, Star, or Path. \:\( (Except maybe the cover.)

OOOOH BROTHER, DL has wolverclaws! Are they trying for deal breaking?! Althooough he may be the covered corpse on the next cover - so there's that.

"BABY CABLE" delivers what will surely be the first of possibly umpteen attempts to convince SOMEBODY (character or reader) that he ain't bad... he "IS Cable".

Meanwhile, Crazy Constantin is losing it. Crazy Ahad is slaughtering left and right. While they're breaking deals with each other Throwaway Andrei is time-travelling! More. Time. Travel. Are they trying for more deal breakers?!

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