Reading ➸ X-Force Volume 3 Author Simon Spurrier – Chainnews.us

X-Force Volume 3 Fantomex S Compulsion To Be The Best Has Put Him At Odds With X Force He Has Turned On His Former Teammates Now, Can A Squad Of Killers Hope To Escape Science S Perfect Living Weapon Fantomex Begins A Murderous Rampage, Taking Out Each And Every One Of The World S Secret Intelligence Agencies, Working His Way Closer To X Force Knowing The Confrontation Is Inevitable, Cable And His Team Ready Themselves For The Fight Of Their Lives And As X Force Learns The True Identity Of The Villain They Have Been Pursuing For Months, Cable Hatches One Last Scheme And The Fate Of Hope Summers Is Revealed COLLECTING X Force 11 15

Reading ➸ X-Force Volume 3  Author Simon Spurrier – Chainnews.us
  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • X-Force Volume 3
  • Simon Spurrier
  • 02 January 2018
  • 9780785193913

10 thoughts on “X-Force Volume 3


  1. says:

    Normally like Spurrier, but his writing can get very convoluted and overly complex, and such is the case here Plus, the switchoffs in art from one issue to the next really don t help This was a disappointment.


  2. says:

    So this quirky, written and drawn for adults escape from the mainstream boring Marvel finally comes to an end One of my all time fave X Force s but probably not liked by the fanboys To me this was a masterclass the rationale for each c...


  3. says:

    The story seems rushed It jumps forward in each issue and makes you feel like you missed something The relative fun of previous issues has become a confusing mess And there are several deus ex machina events that ruin the story.While assaulting Volga s base Fantomex decides to attack his teammates He gets a nice, healthy headshot from Domino for his troubles X Force finds that the Yellow Eye is led by an exiled Mojo and they capture the facility Fantomex recovers and gains new abilities through a perfected Volga process and is seeking to destroy X Force view spoiler Volga is captured off screen, something that pissed off the characters as much as it did me, and is eventually killed There is no cure for his weaponization process, and Dr Nemesis confirms this, without effectively killing the subject via a deep purge.Hope decides to release Meme It s revealed that she had a plan for everythi...


  4. says:

    I quite enjoyed the first two volumes of the latest incarnation of X Force they contained some good ideas and the approach seemed quite fresh This third volume was a bit of a disappointment, though, unfortunately I...


  5. says:

    Continuing the great x read of 2017 18 sigh I really don t know how to rate this volume I was really digging Spurrier s take on this team but it kind of spirals downhill into a huge mess in this volume.There are good elements but the story is stretched to the ...


  6. says:

    Fantomex goes on a rampage and the team has to stop him before he kills them all.


  7. says:

    The only problem with this series is that, like with Rick Remender s Uncanny X Force the overarching theme of the series is that X Force just can t get its shit together and have to band together to stop one of their own members from being a total butthole The storyline worked once, but at this point you start to wonder if an X Men black ops team that spends time infighting than black ops ing is really the best idea.The thing is that Spurrier s book, at least, is very much about the questionable nature of X Force as an entity, so perhaps there s something intentional in the way he s rehashing previous stories And I mean, how often does X Men have to put down one of their own Like all the time This isn t unique to X Force, but Spurrier s handling of the trope is prettyunsubtle On the other hand, there was never anything ...


  8. says:

    Very cyberpunk y but such interesting concepts A bit hard to follow but overall very enjoyable.


  9. says:

    Si Spurrier and Rock He Kim end their zany and off beat look at X Force in this final volume that brings all their storylines home to roost and delivers a great payoff to everything readers have become invested in along the way.The way Spurrier constructs his arcs when he writes comics, that I ve gleaned from interviews with him in the past, is that every arc can ultimately lead to the end, so no matter where he has to end the story, he can wrap everything up quick enough that it appeases the comic company, and still covers all the bases so that readers are satisfied There s still potential untapped, but there aren t any hanging plot threads that make this run an incomplete package.The degradation of Fantomex into a villainous figure as well as the dark looks at the souls of X Force themselves make for gripping reading, all with Spurrier s wonderful brand of mind babble permeating the panels Each issue is written from a different character s perspective, and they all give wonderful looks into the inner workings of the team of psychos and broken people that make up the team.The artwork from Rock He Kim is still beauti...


  10. says:

    Spurrier is at his best when he s writing character The first few issues of this collection are thus sublime with deep looks into the psyche of Meme, Psylocke, and others Then, when Spurrier brings all of his plot threads together, it s great something that links the whole series together The last few issues, they re probably the weakest of the bunch, because they re action ...

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