Uncanny X-Force #7 AND #8
These were some damn fine comics, with issue seven wrapping up the "Deathlok Nation" storyline wonderfully and issue eight serving as a delightful one-off that starts sort of weak but finishes with great strength.
Uncanny X-Force is quite possibly the best X-Men-related comic coming out now--with X-Factor being amazing but so barely related to the X-Men that I don't feel bad saying such things about X-Force. Rick Remender has the perfect mixture of violence, deep introspective thought, and dark (and I do mean dark) humor, with issue seven serving as a great display piece for his skills.
|Deadpool and Fantomex don't quite get along.|
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4.5 out of 5 stars.
4 out of 5 stars.
End Note: Angel at one point made a deal with Apocalypse (an evil mutant guy) which gave him metal wings and turned him into the bloodthirsty and violent Archangel. He overcame the evil but kept his appearance before shedding the metal and discovering he had his normal wings under the metal ones, and he seemed normal again. However, when his normal wings were cut off some time ago, his metal ones popped back out and now he can change back and forth between his normal Angel self or his Archangel self, but his dark violent side always tries to come out. Yeah, its confusing and weird.