X-Force: Sex and Violenceby Christopher Yost
Just when you thought it was over, we pull you back in-it's the X-Force story everyone's been talking about, fi nally delivered! Wolverine and Domino have always had a special relationship, but everything goes upside down when the Assassins Guild puts out a hit on our gun-wielding bombshell. Why do they want her dead? And more importantly, how many people have to die before Wolverine and Domino can spend some quality time together? Get ready for the sexiest blood-soaked ride Craig Kyle and Chris Yost have ever delivered as they join forces with international superstar Gabriele Dell'Otto to offer up their final X-Force story!
X-Force: Sex and Violence #1-3
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Every wolverine movie made should have been based on a comic like this...truly showcases wolverine and xforce how they should be. Amazing artwork and story...amazing
First off, what a ridiculous title. Is the idea to only appeal to 13 year old boys? On to the actual story, the idea of Domino running afoul of the Assassin's Guild and Logan helping her in a pinch is a good one. However, the Domino presented here is so unlike the Domino that we've been reading since the 90s. She's a cliche and its sad. The villains are what you'd expect but some are thrown in for no other reason than to fill panels. The art is dynamic at times but also gets muddled and is dark. Overall, this book is an unnecessary side tale that doesn't add to this era of X-Force.
I picked up this title from the recommended list as I used to collect X-Force from many years ago. Although I enjoyed seeing the changes in the lineup, the centering of the story on both Wolverine and Domino and the flow of the story, it still left me wanting. Given that the major adversaries from the Assassin's Guild and the Hand had roles to play, the action could have been more of a challenge to the heroes involved. The interplay between Domino and Wolverine was entertaining but there is a reason that 'Sex' is listed first word of the title. The book had its fair share of adult themes but did not seem to add to my experience. It left me wanting for something more heroic.