Review: X-Force #3

X-Force #3 coverX-Force (Vol. 2) #3
‘Angels & Demons, Part 3’
Writer: Christopher Yost and Craig Kyle
Artist: Clayton Clay

Wolverine and X-Force don’t make much of an appearance as the villains take center stage.

But next issue promises to be a doozy.

However… I still don’t like the costumes. If you want to run a black ops team, why not go with black costumes? I know they’re not visually compelling, but isn’t that the point?

Oh… and glowing red belts and eyes? Probably not at the top of my list of stealth accoutrements.

And yes, I know I’m the only one who doesn’t like the costumes, so have at it in the comments.

From Marvel (preview): “As X-Force searches for their missing teammate, Wolfsbane strikes — and she’s not taking any prisoners! But the Purifiers have more than an ace up their sleeve — they’ve got the deck stacked. And when Wolverine, X-23 and Warpath learn the truth behind Risman’s nefarious plan… no one is safe. And no one is guaranteed to get out alive.” On sale April 23, 2008.

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16 years ago

I personally like X-Force. I think it’s about time Wolverine was put in charge of a X-Men team. (It seems like every other X-Man has been team leader at some point. ) Wolverine isn’t really a loner anymore and he has too much experience not to take charge . This series hasn’t let me down yet , and I am enjoying the art work very much.

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