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X-Force by Benjamin Percy, Vol. 3

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Omega Red is harboring a deadly secret — and now X-Force may have to cross a dangerous line to keep the nation of Krakoa safe! But nothing compares to the trust broken by the interrogation of one of their own. Plus, Forge, Wolverine and Quentin Quire brave the depths of the sea, where terrors of the deep await — and a deadly discovery reveals a dark side of Krakoa! What do Omega Red is harboring a deadly secret — and now X-Force may have to cross a dangerous line to keep the nation of Krakoa safe! But nothing compares to the trust broken by the interrogation of one of their own. Plus, Forge, Wolverine and Quentin Quire brave the depths of the sea, where terrors of the deep await — and a deadly discovery reveals a dark side of Krakoa! What does this mean for X-Force? And, shaken by his recent resurrection, what will Quentin Quire do with his new lease on life? COLLECTING: X-Force (2019) 15-20


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Omega Red is harboring a deadly secret — and now X-Force may have to cross a dangerous line to keep the nation of Krakoa safe! But nothing compares to the trust broken by the interrogation of one of their own. Plus, Forge, Wolverine and Quentin Quire brave the depths of the sea, where terrors of the deep await — and a deadly discovery reveals a dark side of Krakoa! What do Omega Red is harboring a deadly secret — and now X-Force may have to cross a dangerous line to keep the nation of Krakoa safe! But nothing compares to the trust broken by the interrogation of one of their own. Plus, Forge, Wolverine and Quentin Quire brave the depths of the sea, where terrors of the deep await — and a deadly discovery reveals a dark side of Krakoa! What does this mean for X-Force? And, shaken by his recent resurrection, what will Quentin Quire do with his new lease on life? COLLECTING: X-Force (2019) 15-20

30 review for X-Force by Benjamin Percy, Vol. 3

  1. 5 out of 5

    Paul E. Morph

    Twenty Five 'Reviews' In One Day: Book 8! More Hickman-verse X-books and I'm going to keep my promise to stop moaning about them, so I'll just let my rating do the talking. As with most of the current X-books, though, the artwork's really good. I wish all these artists were working on books I was actually enjoying... My next book: Mr. Worry Twenty Five 'Reviews' In One Day: Book 8! More Hickman-verse X-books and I'm going to keep my promise to stop moaning about them, so I'll just let my rating do the talking. As with most of the current X-books, though, the artwork's really good. I wish all these artists were working on books I was actually enjoying... My next book: Mr. Worry

  2. 5 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Got so bored I just stopped reading.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    X-Force By Benjamin Percy Volume 3 - 4 stars Beast's a dick, Quentin Quire has an identity crisis, Omega Red could possibly be Krakoa's key to salvation, and X-Force run security for the Hellfire Gala in this next instalment of X-Force. The Omega Red of this volume is mostly just the second half of the story that Percy started over in his Wolverine solo title. It's nothing particularly deep, and having Red betray everyone at this point feels a bit obvious. It could just be because I didn't like th X-Force By Benjamin Percy Volume 3 - 4 stars Beast's a dick, Quentin Quire has an identity crisis, Omega Red could possibly be Krakoa's key to salvation, and X-Force run security for the Hellfire Gala in this next instalment of X-Force. The Omega Red of this volume is mostly just the second half of the story that Percy started over in his Wolverine solo title. It's nothing particularly deep, and having Red betray everyone at this point feels a bit obvious. It could just be because I didn't like this plot in Wolverine that I don't like it here, but I just don't think it's as interesting as Percy wants it to be. The second half of the volume which focuses on Quentin Quire though, is much better. Poor Quentin's gone through so much, and it's about time his running joke of dying every mission turns out to be more of a plot point than we first thought. It's easy to write Quentin off, and most writers turn him into a one-note character, but this is probably the deepest we've delved into him for a very long time, and it's great. Series artist Joshua Cassara draws four of the six issues on display here, while Garry Brown pops in for some of the Quentin Quire issues. Brown's just as jagged and rough around the edges as Cassara, so he fits in pretty well I think. Meanwhile Cassara returns for the Hellfire Gala issue - I always like it when series artists draw crossover issues that more people are likely to pick up, it gives a better indication of what the book's usually like and might attract them to stick around. X-Force chugs along decently. There's nothing of too much substance in terms of greater X-plots aside from Beast continuing his downward spiral, but the Quentin Quire stuff's worth a look.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Adam Williams

    Definitely an improvement over volume 2. There was a lot to like here. I read this in one stretch in issues 15-20 before the trade has actually been released. The first two issues are decent, with some good character dynamics between Beast, Jean, and Wolverine (although 15 picks up a plotline from Wolverine Vol. 1 without much explanation). The Quentin Quire arc from 17-19 was really nice, beginning with a standout issue revolving around him and Phoebe that's probably my favorite issue of X-Force Definitely an improvement over volume 2. There was a lot to like here. I read this in one stretch in issues 15-20 before the trade has actually been released. The first two issues are decent, with some good character dynamics between Beast, Jean, and Wolverine (although 15 picks up a plotline from Wolverine Vol. 1 without much explanation). The Quentin Quire arc from 17-19 was really nice, beginning with a standout issue revolving around him and Phoebe that's probably my favorite issue of X-Force so far. Benjamin Percy did a good job bridging some of the gaps between Riot at Xavier's Quentin Quire and Here Comes Tomorrow's Quentin Quire, and it's nice to see recognition that Quentin can be a shit heel alongside some actual character growth. I'm equally invested in where we go next with Sage, who deserves a strong character arc herself and might be headed that way. The Hellfire Gala issue is fun and it brings some festering plot points out into the open in ways that I really hope aren't glossed over. My only complaint is that the storyline drops off at the end with a "continued in Wolverine" teaser; I wish Percy were moving less back and forth between the two series. If we're going to have both series, shouldn't they at least be distinct?

  5. 5 out of 5

    Christian Zamora-Dahmen

    I’m really liking this series. It is fast paced, brutal at times, and in an unbelievable way, redeemed Kid Omega. I really wasn’t expecting that, ha! Anyway, it was an enjoyable read, my only complaint is that it is leading into the Wolverine book in the end, when I was expecting the story to wrap. Still, I’m keeping the 5-star grade.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lillian Francis

    I enjoyed this arc with Kid Omega, a character that has never really liked before (I mean, he was a drug addled leader of a anti human gang who used his powersto influence other young mutants). The art went downhill in issues 18 and 19 but returned in full force in #20, with some great Deadpool panels. Who invited Deadpool to the gala? Well, no one. Gatecrasher. Also Beast has gone mad. He's comparing himself to God. I'm... concerned. I enjoyed this arc with Kid Omega, a character that has never really liked before (I mean, he was a drug addled leader of a anti human gang who used his powersto influence other young mutants). The art went downhill in issues 18 and 19 but returned in full force in #20, with some great Deadpool panels. Who invited Deadpool to the gala? Well, no one. Gatecrasher. Also Beast has gone mad. He's comparing himself to God. I'm... concerned.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jason

    4 One of the better and more interesting X-titles out there. Where a lot of the X-books have been succeeding is in telling a self-contained story unique to the title, connecting that to the larger, newer X-Men narrative, and also exploring individual characterization--howmthey relate to the narratives and their place in this society, how it is changing/developing them, and how they relate to others.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Clint

    3.5 stars I had fun with the quick-moving plotting that advances dueling threats X-Force have left themselves vulnerable to (one bio-organic and one psychic), and Cassara’s art really accentuates the body horror of the action scenes. Some of the dialogue is clunky, and Brown’s issues handling the internal art are a step down from Cassara, but this is pretty entertaining overall, if not essential.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Tuni

    I think the Quentin story really saved this for me. If the entire thing was just Beast spirally deeper into irredeemable territory… might have DNF’d. Quentin has never been a favorite for me, but it was good to see some actual character development. And at least SOMEONE making use of his omega level powers.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Summer 2021 (June); Just knocking out some of these that are completed. I've been keeping the reviews in the Dawn of X, X of Swords, Reign of X entries specifically, so this is just going to keep repeating to knock these off my list so I can keep this marked off in GR as read in the newest X-Verse. Summer 2021 (June); Just knocking out some of these that are completed. I've been keeping the reviews in the Dawn of X, X of Swords, Reign of X entries specifically, so this is just going to keep repeating to knock these off my list so I can keep this marked off in GR as read in the newest X-Verse.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Matty Dub

    Beast has always been a pompous idiot but the series sees him getting closer and closer to his dark evil self. He is a huge tool lol. Otherwise exciting volume, great Kid Omega moments and Cassara continues to deliver in art.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Lawson

    You had me at “death stranding whale.”

  13. 4 out of 5

    Andres Pasten

    no me termina de convencer este comic, pero no aburre

  14. 5 out of 5

    James Huston

  15. 5 out of 5

    Chris Perrey

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Harris

  17. 4 out of 5

    Andre

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kaylee

  19. 4 out of 5

    Øydis

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy Thompson

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sam

  22. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Campoy

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ross

  24. 5 out of 5

    Marco

  25. 4 out of 5

    Fariha

  26. 4 out of 5

    Snega

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mark

  28. 5 out of 5

    Julez

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jackinator

  30. 5 out of 5

    Nebojsa

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