X-Force v2 (Mini-Series) (2004-2005) Marvel Comics
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Publication: 1991-2002, 2004-2005
X-Force is a Marvel Comics superhero team, one of many spin-offs of the popular X-Men franchise. Conceived by writer/illustrator Rob Liefeld, it formed in The New Mutants #100 (April 1991) and was shortly after featured in its own eponymous series.
The group was a more militarized incarnation of the 1980s the New Mutants. Disassociated from their parent group and led by the gun-toting mutant Cable, X-Force was generally more militant and aggressive than the X-Men.
Although sometimes accused of emphasizing flashy art and big muscles and guns over character development, X-Force was tremendously successful in the early 1990s. Its popularity cooled after Liefeld left. Marvel implemented several reforms from 1995 until 2001, with varying success. Eventually low sales prompted Marvel to relaunch the title with a new cast: for a group of self-interested young mutants gathered together by a corporation to become media stars. That team shared only a name with the original and was eventually renamed X-Statix in 2002, a name by which it is better known to fans.
After X-Statix was cancelled, Marvel reunited X-Force for a six-issue 2004 miniseries plotted and drawn by Liefeld.
Volume 1 (1991-2002)
X-Force 001-074 (1991-1998) (CC).rar [553.13 Mb]
X-Force 075-129 (Fixed) (1998-2002) (CC).rar [540.40 Mb]
X-Force Annuals 1992-1999 (Fixed) (CC).rar [126.71 Mb]
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Volume 2 (2004-2005)
X-Force 2.01 (Oct04) LotB.cbr [11.63 Mb]
X-Force 2.02 (Nov04) LotB.cbr [13.01 Mb]
X-Force 2.03 (Dec04) LotB.cbr [11.31 Mb]
X-Force 2.04 (Jan05) (Team-DCP) LotB.cbr [11.40 Mb]
X-Force 2.05 (Feb05) (Team-DCP) LotB.cbr [8.76 Mb]
X-Force 2.06 (Mar05) (Team-DCP) LotB.cbr [9.85 Mb]
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