- Series: X-Force (Book 2)
- Paperback: 224 pages
- Publisher: Marvel Comics (January 6, 2003)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0785110887
- ISBN-13: 978-0785110880
- Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 0.4 x 10.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 10 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #312,939 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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X-Force Volume 2: Final Chapter TPB Paperback – January 6, 2003
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Written by Peter Milligan. Art by Mike Allred, Darwyn Cooke, and Duncan Fegredo. Cover by Mike Allred. Published in November of 2002, Softcover, 224 pages, full color. Cover price $19.99. If you want additional books, I ship as many books as you want for a low flat fee.
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**The first few issues introduce us to Lacuna, a beautiful young mutant who has the ability to slip in and out of time, a talent she uses for some interesting effects.
**Next is X-Force's entry in the "Nuff Said" month when all issues were silent. The story focuses on Doop and is most amusing.
**Then is Edie's turn in the spotlight, pointing out just a few of the reasons that U-Go Girl might be like she is.
**The second half of the graphic novel is one long story arch that brings in issues from previous in the series and throws some new spins on them. These issues were also published after 9-11, and the government has done a few interesting and questionable things in the name of liberty.
This graphic introduces a lot of new characters, and kills quite a few off. Being a member of X-Force means that your pink slip is likely to be shrouded over your coffin. There's also a very interesting mix of member relationships formed and broken apart in here.
If you like this graphic, it's not the last in the series, the series name simply changes to X-Statix.
Recommended, but not for readers under 13.
Before they took over, this was just another militaristic X-Men clone. Under them, it became something different. These are mutant celebrities, brought together mainly to become famous and get rich. (Another reviewer said they're a government sponsored team -- he's totally wrong. They're a commercial outfit).
Somehow, in this setting, they've managed to tell great character stories about the cult of celebrity and what it means to be a hero. This series continued as X-Statix, and it's still just as good.