X-Force exists to tackle the problems that ordinary X-Men can't or won't confront - with extreme prejudice. But as the killing begins to take its toll, a less existential crisis faces the team: a new Brotherhood of Evil Mutants - led by Wolverine's twisted son, Daken, and specifically designed to dismantle X-Force...and then to kidnap Genesis, the young clone of Apocalypse, from Wolverine's Jean Grey School and fulfill his destiny to rise as a mutant despot! COLLECTING: Uncanny X-Force 30-35, material from UNCANNY X-FORCE 25
|Product dimensions:||9.90(w) x 6.40(h) x 0.30(d)|
|Age Range:||15 - 18 Years|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Rick Remender ends his Uncanny X-Force run with a story that epitomizes X-Men books. The motivations for the Brotherhood made sense and the desperation that X-Force endured felt real. I liked this volume of Final Execution much better than the first because the book seemed more streamlined and had more soul. There were a few resolutions that were tied up too quick and neat but weren't terrible. The art was very good but I just wish Jerome O'Pena could have ended the run with Remender. Overall, a satisfying end to the series.