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21st May '16 7:07:30 PM drac0blade
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* ExpansionPackPast: Really not surprising, given three members' involvement in Weapon Plus, but Fantomex gets hit with this in Otherworld.[[spoiler: His incredibly unique sentient bullets where never given a proper explanation until he meets up with the man whose ''skin'' was used to make them, Weapon III. And guess what, he wants {{revenge}}.]]

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* ExpansionPackPast: Really not surprising, given three members' involvement in Weapon Plus, but Fantomex gets hit with this in Otherworld.[[spoiler: His incredibly unique sentient bullets where were never given a proper explanation until he meets up with the man whose ''skin'' was used to make them, Weapon III. And guess what, he wants {{revenge}}.]]
14th May '16 11:49:25 PM XSpectreGreyX
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The title underwent another, albeit smaller, relaunch as the ''[[TheAdjectivalSuperhero Uncanny]] X-Force'', continuing on the work done by the previous team but with a slightly different roster consisting of Wolverine, Archangel (the only members retained from the last team) and initially adding Fantomex, Comicbook/{{Psylocke}} and SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}. Later members include Deathlok, the Age of Apocalypse Nightcrawler, and [=EVA=]. The previous team was disbanded by Cyclops, who decided they are no longer needed, this one is a result of Wolverine and Archangel thinking otherwise. As Logan states, it has only one rule: no one can know about them. While reaction to ''X-Force'' vol. 3 was decidedly mixed, ''Uncanny X-Force'' has been hailed as a modern classic. The series lasted for 35 issues (December, 2010-February, 2013).

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The Written by Rick Remender, the title underwent another, albeit smaller, relaunch as the ''[[TheAdjectivalSuperhero Uncanny]] X-Force'', continuing on the work done by the previous team but with a slightly different roster consisting of Wolverine, Archangel (the only members retained from the last team) and initially adding Fantomex, Comicbook/{{Psylocke}} and SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}. Later members include Deathlok, the Age of Apocalypse Nightcrawler, and [=EVA=]. The previous team was disbanded by Cyclops, who decided they are no longer needed, this one is a result of Wolverine and Archangel thinking otherwise. As Logan states, it has only one rule: no one can know about them. While reaction to ''X-Force'' vol. 3 was decidedly mixed, ''Uncanny X-Force'' has been hailed as a modern classic. The series lasted for 35 issues (December, 2010-February, 2013). Some of its dangling plot threads carried over to Remender's next series, ''ComicBook/UncannyAvengers''
7th Apr '16 12:55:13 AM morenohijazo
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* {{Biomanipulation}}: Elixir has this as his mutant ability. With touch, he can manipulate another person's cells. He primarily uses it to heal his teammates, but sometimes he can also use it offensively such as giving his enemies tumors.
16th Mar '16 8:44:49 AM ObsidianFire
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-->'''Fantomex''': No, well. [[GenreSavvy It was just the thought that I should do it.]] [[NoExceptYes I'm not capable of telling you that you're a tremendous fighter,]] and that we'll halt whatever mischief [[spoiler: Worthington has devised.]]

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-->'''Fantomex''': No, well. [[GenreSavvy It was just the thought that I should do it.]] it. [[NoExceptYes I'm not capable of telling you that you're a tremendous fighter,]] and that we'll halt whatever mischief [[spoiler: Worthington has devised.]]
25th Feb '16 4:17:07 PM KingClark
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Following ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'', the series has something of a SpiritualSuccessor in the form of ''ComicBook/UncannyXMen''.
21st Jan '16 2:20:11 PM comicwriter
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* MythologyGag: One of the members of the Black Legion is [[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom Orange Hulk]].
18th Dec '15 2:31:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* LikeABadassOutOfHell: In the ''Dead Girl'' mini-series, what the Pitiful One and his minions are trying to do.
25th Nov '15 8:01:31 AM Phoenixion
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[[caption-width:218: The Mutant Nation's Dirty Tricks Team]] With the 2012 ComicBook/MarvelNOW relaunch the X-Force brand was used for two different titles. The first is ''Cable and X-Force'', set in the aftermath of ''ComicBook/AvengersVsXMen'' which sees a recently revived Cable leading a team consisting of Forge, Domino, Colossus, and Doctor Nemesis on mysterious world threatening missions of great importance, driven by [[DreamingOfThingsToCome visions]] that are also [[SoapOperaDisease slowly killing him]] while being hunted as fugitives. The series lasted for 19 issues (February, 2013-March, 2014).

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[[caption-width:218: [[caption-width-right:218: The Mutant Nation's Dirty Tricks Team]] With the 2012 ComicBook/MarvelNOW relaunch the X-Force brand was used for two different titles. The first is ''Cable and X-Force'', set in the aftermath of ''ComicBook/AvengersVsXMen'' which sees a recently revived Cable leading a team consisting of Forge, Domino, Colossus, and Doctor Nemesis on mysterious world threatening missions of great importance, driven by [[DreamingOfThingsToCome visions]] that are also [[SoapOperaDisease slowly killing him]] while being hunted as fugitives. The series lasted for 19 issues (February, 2013-March, 2014).
25th Nov '15 8:00:42 AM Phoenixion
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14th Nov '15 4:02:17 PM nombretomado
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The original X-Force was created when RobLiefeld and Fabian Nicieza were given control of the ComicBook/NewMutants book and made it DarkerAndEdgier. Adding several [[BadAss badasses]] and making them more of an "ends justify the means" group, they became a militant strike force very different in attitude from the X-Men. The title was at first extremely popular, with the first issue becoming the #2-selling comic of all time. Liefeld however quickly became frustrated by working with characters he didn't own, and soon left Marvel to form Creator/ImageComics in 1992. Nicieza continued to write up through the ''ComicBook/AgeOfApocalypse'' storyline of 1995, afterwards leaving and being replaced by Jeph Loeb.

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The original X-Force was created when RobLiefeld Creator/RobLiefeld and Fabian Nicieza were given control of the ComicBook/NewMutants book and made it DarkerAndEdgier. Adding several [[BadAss badasses]] and making them more of an "ends justify the means" group, they became a militant strike force very different in attitude from the X-Men. The title was at first extremely popular, with the first issue becoming the #2-selling comic of all time. Liefeld however quickly became frustrated by working with characters he didn't own, and soon left Marvel to form Creator/ImageComics in 1992. Nicieza continued to write up through the ''ComicBook/AgeOfApocalypse'' storyline of 1995, afterwards leaving and being replaced by Jeph Loeb.



* BrieferThanTheyThink: RobLiefeld was only on the book as co-writer for the first year and only on art for the first 9 of those issues. Once he left the book quickly moved away from the three G's (guns, grimaces and grittiness) to more character-based stories culminating in John Francis Moore's LighterAndSofter run.

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* BrieferThanTheyThink: RobLiefeld Creator/RobLiefeld was only on the book as co-writer for the first year and only on art for the first 9 of those issues. Once he left the book quickly moved away from the three G's (guns, grimaces and grittiness) to more character-based stories culminating in John Francis Moore's LighterAndSofter run.
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