X-Force, Volume 2: Old Ghosts

X-Force, Volume 2: Old Ghosts

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X-Force is still reeling from the aftermath of their first mission, but there's no rest for the wicked. Mutantkind's enemies have multiplied, but Cyclops has a new target for his black-ops team, and even X-Force doesn't believe who they're going after next! Collects X-Force (2008) #7-11.

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ISBN-13: 9780785171416
Publisher: Marvel Enterprises, Inc.
Publication date: 10/25/2011
Series: X-Force Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 989,547
File size: 42 MB
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X-Force - Volume 2: Old Ghosts 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really starting to like this series.
Echobrain on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I don't think this is as good as volume 1 was. Don't get me wrong, it's not bad at all. It's just that this new X-Force title came charging out of the traps with such force that this second volume just feels a little bit slow. Nothing wrong with Mike Choi's excellent artwork too. It's just not in the same league as the dark, visceral and beautiful paintings of original artist Clayton Crain (Crain does return at the end of this volume however). The main storyline regarding the Legacy Virus was pretty good - and it was great to see the return of the Vanisher - but I still don't know what the point was of the Warpath / Ghost Rider / Big Demon Bear subplot. That was just pure filler. And the revelation of Eli Bard's backstory was both lame and dull at the same time. All this said though, I did rattle through this book in two evenings and will be buying volume 3. :-)
tapestry100 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This current version of X-Force is far more deadlier than any incarnation in the past, and this second volume does nothing to disprove that fact. After the less than successful events of their first mission, X-Force is sent off after a villain from the X-Men's past, who seems to have gotten his hands on a strain of the Legacy Virus. Domino finds herself in the wrong/right place at the wrong/right time, and gets involved with the mission, as well. To top it all off, Wolfsbane is still brainwashed and Archangel is still psychotic and Cyclops is beginning to think that the problems that X-Force is having may be more than they can handle internally, and he feels the need to call in some help from the students. And what does Selene have to do with the story? New plot threads leading up to Necrosha-X! Overall, not a bad second volume to this new series.
schatzi on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I hadn't cared much for the first collection of X-Force, and the only reason I bought this one was because Domino makes an appearance. Since Domino is one of my favorite Marvel characters, I knew I'd have to give this one a chance - and I'm glad I did.I thought that this volume is much better than the first one. I'm not steeped in X-Men history, but I was able to follow the storyline much better, and there was more explanation given (for example, why Angel turns into Archangel). I really enjoyed how Domino and X-23 were portrayed here.Choi's art is amazing, and I think it fits the dark tone of the story perfectly.
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