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eBook Uncanny X-Force, Vol. 2: Deathlok Nation ePub

by Esad Ribic,Rafael Albuquerque,Rick Remender

  • ISBN: 0785148574
  • Category: Graphic Novels
  • Subcategory: Funnies
  • Author: Esad Ribic,Rafael Albuquerque,Rick Remender
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Marvel (February 29, 2012)
  • Pages: 112
  • ePub book: 1312 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1488 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 939

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Uncanny X-Force Vol. 2 book

Uncanny X-Force Vol. 2 book. Collects Uncanny X-Force & .  . Esad Ribic takes over for the second volume titled "Deathlok Nation" and his art style here is also very dreamy in an old school way. The story by Rick Remender involves Marvel's first cyborg character, the classic Deathlok, who fights alongside the good guys for a change. Deathlok Nation starts off with Lady Deathstrike X-Force is a mutant team of trained killers who have hardened themselves emotionally and psychologically due to the countless lives they have taken over the years.

Uncanny X-Force, Volume 2: Deathlok Nation. by Rick Remender · Esad Ribic · Rafael Albuquerque · Dean White.

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Esad Ribic; Rafael Albuquerque (illustrator). Seller Inventory M0785148574.

Esad Ribic; Rafael Albuquerque (illustrator). More information about this seller Contact this seller. 2: Deathlok Nation. There are innumerable and varying potential futures awaiting mankind. One thing stands in their way: a man who shouldn’t exist. They come in waves, an army of time displaced Deathlok troopers made from Earth's greatest warriors: Captain America, Spider-Man, Elektra, Cyclops, Venom, The Thing, Bullseye-all soldiers in the army of Deathlok.

Rick Remender (Writer); Rafael Albuquerque, Esad Ribic (Artists)

Rick Remender (Writer); Rafael Albuquerque, Esad Ribic (Artists). Brief Description: There are innumerable and varying potential futures awaiting mankind.

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Rafael Albuquerque wurde 1981 in Porto Alegre, Brasilien, geboren

Rafael Albuquerque wurde 1981 in Porto Alegre, Brasilien, geboren. Er arbeitet seit 2005 für die amerikanische Comic-Branche, u. a. an den Reihen Savage Brothers (Boom! Studios), Blue Beetle und BATMAN/SUPERMAN (beide DC).

Presents the adventures of the X-Force, made up of Wolverine, Archangel, Deadpool, and Psylocke, as they protect their fellow warrior Fantomex from the army of Deathloks who wish him dead.

Comments

Anararius Anararius
Collects Uncanny X-Force 5.1, and issues 5-7.

What is an X-man to do when an army of cyborg-superheroes come to get you? If you're part of the no-rules, top secret, assassin squad known as X-Force, you'll trash a lot of bad guys. The issues collected here kick off with the superb 5.1. Lady Deathstrike and the Reavers return aiming to infiltrate and destroy the x-men's refuge. 5.1 has a great battle between wolverine and lady Deathstrike. The issue also showcases Psylocke's assassin skills.

The rest of the issues get caught up in a complicated plot by an inter-dimensional, time traveling army of cyborgs (the titular Deathlock Nation) who have the singular purpose of destroying Fantomex and securing "the world." Forgiving the odd Terminator-esque plot, Deadpool, Archangel, Fantomex, Wolverine, and Psylocke are expertly drawn and written as they combat the menace.

I give the collection five stars for the gritty artwork especially Rafael Albuquerque's work in issue 5.1; 5 stars for the dark team of assassins who work together to wrestle with the moral / ethical complications of being killers for the good guys.

As an added bonus the collected edition also contains an appendix of script to page that details some of the many steps a comic prgresses through from idea to finished product. A second appendix is an interview with writer Rick Remender that details some of the history and philosophy of X-Force.

A great purchase for X-fans. Solid combat, tortured psyches. X-Force comes with a "parental advisory" label for the bloody, dark plotlines. X-Force is a great series, however, for adult fans--like me--who have loved the X-Men for decades.
Thiama Thiama
When I originally heard that the second volume of the amazing Uncanny X-Force series would only have three actual issues of the series (and one decimal issue :/), I thought I would be disappointed. Fortunately, there is very little to complain about in this book. Most of the characters are made likable, the artwork is pretty good, and it fits two stories into four issues! It also brings back the Reavers, who I haven't seen since Claremont's run in the 80's, and Deathlok, whom I haven't seen since New Avengers #34 and 35. The only problem I have is with the art in issue 5.1. Everyone in that issue is either too slender or too choppily drawn for me to give this collection a full five stars. However, I still recommend Deathlok Nation to anyone who enjoys a good X-Force story.
Saithinin Saithinin
In a almost seamless balance in love for the X-Men lore and very modern moody storytelling, Uncanny X-Force by Rick Remender is a great X-Men read, back to the time this was being published it was hard not to feel THIS was the main line X Book. With outstanding art, covers, color and lettering Uncanny X-Force doesn't feel like recovery secret black ops, but rather the trump card. You will enjoy this more as the fallout of volume one as basically everyone coping with those events and IT happening says about each member.
I_LOVE_228 I_LOVE_228
While Deathlok Nation didn't wow me in the same way that The Apocalypse Solution did, I truly enjoyed this book.

Volume 2 contains issues 5.1, 5, 6, and 7. The point one issue finds the team facing off against Lady Deathstrike and the Reavers in an effort to stop the deaths of the mutants on Utopia, and while it was good, I wasn't very impressed with the art. It was a bit too rough for my taste, and it lacked some detail. Again, it was in no way bad enough for me not to enjoy the issue, but it wasn't as good as the illustration in issues 1-4 or 5-7.

The actual Deathlok Nation arc was great overall. I loved that throughout the book, the team is still dealing with how things turned out at the end of their mission to kill Apocalypse. In terms of character, this issue focuses a lot on Fantomex, and for someone who knows very little about him (but has thought he was super cool since reading The Apocalypse Solution), this was a treat. We also get some good development for Deadpool, as he (and Fantomex, to a lesser extent) wrestles with how much he cares about what the rest of the team thinks about him. The action sequences are good, the plot progresses well, and boy, do those silent panels work! All in all, a great comic worth your money.
Llallayue Llallayue
This one was not as enjoyable as the first one. It's not until you get to the end of the book does it make sense. Seeing how it ties back to what came before it is what saves this story. After this I want to see what happens next.