REVIEW: Cable and X-Force #10

CABLE AND X-FORCE #10 is explosively exciting, a title that really lives up to the high concept fun promised in a comic about outlaw mutant superheroes on the run, with a script filled with witty dialogue and deft characterization.

Rate this:

Advertisements

The Hit-List 19/6/13

Welcome back to another edition of The Hit List for 19/6/13.  Every week every one of Mike, Magen, Michael, Erik and myself let you know what our most anticipated books of the week.

Rate this:

Review Roundup: 5/6/13

Did you miss our reviews this week for whatever reason? Well all of us here are willing to forgive you and to do you a favour we’ve complied a list of all the books that were out this week for your convenience. Handled by Magen, Michael, Erik, Mike and Kyle respectively we have links to the full review including its scores below.

Rate this:

REVIEW: Cable and X-Force #9

Frank Tieri steps in to deliver a filler issue of CABLE AND X-FORCE featuring neither Cable or the X-force, focusing instead on Cable’s daughter Hope. Though perfectly serviceable, the issue is rather clunky in parts, and ultimately forgettable, as the Uncanny Avengers (who are apparently the Avengers team dedicated to crossing over into other books to tell people to stop doing things) attempt to dissuade the young mutant from being too influenced by her father.

Rate this:

The Hit List 5/6/13

Introducing the first of our weekly series, The Hit List. 

Rate this:

REVIEW: Cable and X-Force #8

The newest issue of CABLE AND X-FORCE is a breathless and brisk resolution, complete with plenty of brilliant characterizations and even more explosive action. The spotlight on the title character, unfortunately, isn’t as strong as Hopeless’ work with the other misfit mutants of the black-ops team, but the break-neck speed of the plot and a big and believable change in Colossus balances things out.

Rate this:

REVIEW: Cable and X-Force #7

At turns an exciting and explosive sci-fi espionage thriller, a gripping and tense exploration of the concept of freedom but also, perhaps most importantly, a truly bizarre and hilarious odd coupling of several disparate mutants, CABLE AND X-FORCE #7 is unforgettable.

Rate this: