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As Storm plays her trump card, the Revenant Queen and her army rampage through Los Angeles. What sacrifice will one X-Force member make to stop them? Then, classic X-Force villain Stryfe has returned! And he's eager to exact revenge on Cable! Meanwhile, Hope comes face-to-face with Bishop, the man who crusaded across centuries to exterminate her. But this time she's readyAs Storm plays her trump card, the Revenant Queen and her army rampage through Los Angeles. What sacrifice will one X-Force member make to stop them? Then, classic X-Force villain Stryfe has returned! And he's eager to exact revenge on Cable! Meanwhile, Hope comes face-to-face with Bishop, the man who crusaded across centuries to exterminate her. But this time she's ready to retaliate, and they'll hold nothing back as they race to destroy one another. Don't miss this no-holds-barred, knock-down, drag-out X-Force event starring Cable's squad, and Psylocke and Storm's uncanny team! Because when the dust settles, only one X-Force will be left standing!Collecting: Uncanny X-Force 13-17, Cable and X-Force 18-19...

Title : Uncanny X-Force, Volume 3: The Great Corruption
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ISBN : 9780785189855
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 160 Pages
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Uncanny X-Force, Volume 3: The Great Corruption Reviews

  • Michael Church
    2018-10-09 18:36

    This was garbage. If you had, like me, a good experience with Remender's X-Force, run away from this book. Run in the other direction and never look back. From the beginning, the story has been pretty weak, but at least the book looked decent. In this volume, everything plummets downhill. The villains are two dimensional and unintimidating. The last time I saw Cassandra Nova as a villain it was truly terrifying. She infiltrated the X-Men and nearly won. It was cerebral and thrilling. This was just popcorn fodder, except I didn't even want to be reading it. The author was trying for brutal but still trying to be cartoonish. It's a mix that does not work here. That brings up the art. I don't know what happened to the last artists, but these new ones suck. There's nothing great about the style and more often than not, the faces are just "derpy" in the worst way. It only gets worse as the book goes on. Speaking of, there's a second story arc here, since the book was cancelled and had to be wrapped up rather quickly. This is a crossover with Cable and X-Force, another abysmal title that was cancelled. The Cable artist and author are even worse than the team on Uncanny and the storyline even more loose and ridiculous. I literally have nothing good to say about this book. It had plenty of characters that I like and plenty of opportunity to be something excellent, and it failed. It was a 17-issue waste of time and money.

  • Chantaal
    2018-10-06 19:43

    What a mess. X-Force hasn't been good since Remender's run ended, and it seems like Marvel has no idea what they want to do with it. Bringing old characters back, mucking about with former X-Force characters - it all feels like some sort of weird nostalgia trip gone wrong.Now there's a new X-Force (Marvel NOW!), which I am totally uninterested in reading. This is sad, because X-Force (both the Kyle/Yost & Remender runs) used to be one of my must reads every month.

  • Kris
    2018-09-27 16:48

    The first part of this compilation is a continuation of the fairly decent Cassandra Nova/Revenant Queen story. The second half is exactly the same story as what is in the Cable and X-Force compilation. One other quibble - the phemale Phantomex is shown in the covers to at least two of the issues in this book, but she doesn't appear in the actual story at all.

  • M.i.
    2018-10-17 20:40

    Lots of action, characters are intriguing. Hope shines.

  • Thomas Hunt
    2018-09-30 01:04

    A nice ending to the Bishop/X-Force story. Good to see more of the Cable/Strife complications in person. A fun three pack of x-force books, read quickly, but enjoyed.

  • Chris Lemmerman
    2018-10-11 00:54

    This trade opens with a storyline that wraps up the whole Cassandra Nova/Revenant thing, but it all seems a bit pedestrian by the end of it, with no real high stakes. Spiral and Puck keep sticking around for no apparent reason other than because they've got nothing better to do, but the artwork by Phil Briones is solid. It's a decent arc, but not one I would have seen wrap up the last 15 issues of storyline. Then we get the Vendetta crossover, which is basically an extended Cable & X-Force story. The conflict between Cable, Bishop, and Hope is well explored, but the rest falls a bit flat. The other teams do nothing but bicker and be ineffective for 4 issues, whilst Stryfe's appearance makes no sense at all and is never explained other than 'He wants to mess with Cable.' Again, the artwork is solid, but it's not really a crossover that needed to happen, nor is it really a series-ending arc.

  • Shannon Appelcline
    2018-10-15 18:38

    Revanants. Theoretically, I should have loved this arc, with its continuity-laden climax, including touchbacks to Claremont and Morrison alike. And, the plot is OK. Unfortunately, the characterization is quite poor. I don't believe the Cassandra Nova and Demon Bear characters, and the whole UXF team other than Psylocke comes across as entirely flat. So, it's just an OK finale to UXF's main arc [5/10].Vendetta. The final crossover with Cable & X-Force is a badly needed confrontation over the whole Bishop issue. I've never been too happy about bringing him back, but Hopeless and Humphries actually make me believe his change of heart herein. Overall, this is a fine storyline, though it makes it a little obvious how superior Hopeless' writing is to Humphries' [7/10].

  • Willow
    2018-10-20 20:35

    The story is probably deserving of 4 stars, but it gets less because I despise it when Marvel puts out multiple trades with overlapping issues forcing readers to buy some issues twice if they are reading all of the crossover titles. In this case, this book shares 4 issues (of 7, over 1/2 the book!) with Cable and X-Force, Vol. 4: Vendetta. It's simple exploitation of their readers and fans and I hate it.

  • Sonic
    2018-09-23 19:48

    First half of this review is for the first half of the book written by Humphries.Stupid.Oh gosh it's gonna be "the end of the world" if the heroes don't save it. (insert FART noise here)Ugghhh!The second half of the book written by Hopeless, is pretty durn good! The two X-Force teams meet and it nicely concludes the story he began in "Cable and X-Force"

  • Mitchell
    2018-10-15 00:37

    The revenant story line was annoying but the followup with Cable and Hope and Bishop and Stryfe was just plain too complicated. And I've lost track of the difference between the two X-Force(s). And I wish they'd learn how to draw Hope, though Bishop looked better than usual in this one. All in all though this issues was okay, definitely not great.

  • B
    2018-10-20 17:40

    I liked this. I'm a little miffed that I'm going to have to read another X-Force volume, which will contain virtually the entire same story. Should have combined! Especially because the Uncanny X-Force story does not really relate to the Cable & the X-Force story.

  • Alex Sarll
    2018-10-16 18:51

    The charm of the first two volumes gets a little lost here, as crossovers and invasions from beyond the veil take centre stage. The absence of Fantomex doesn't help, though the Puck/Boom-Boom double act is some consolation.

  • Sharon
    2018-09-28 21:48

    Individual issues on marvel unlimited

  • Neil McCrea
    2018-09-23 20:02

    More of the same kak. It gets marginally better after the Revenant Queen storyline.

  • Jase
    2018-10-07 22:44

    Bishop, boring!

  • Craig
    2018-10-17 19:39

    Not as bad as the preceding volume, but a far cry from the Rick Remender days.