Fear Itself: Uncanny X-Force/The Deep

Fear Itself: Uncanny X-Force/The Deep

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Collects Fear Itself: Uncanny X-Force #1-3 & Fear Itself: The Deep #1-4. As FEAR ITSELF hits the Marvel Universe, an extreme faction of the mutant hate group, The Purifiers, believes that the end of the world has come, that the devil is here for humanity and it is up to them to "save" as many human souls as they can before he strikes. Can X-Force stop their drive for worldwide suicide? And what, exactly, is a mutant kill crew afraid of? Plus, Namor is targeted for death by one of the hammer-wielding Worthy and this is a battle no one hero can survive! With the X-Men under siege from a shocking foe and all hope seemingly lost, the Sub-Mariner finds an ally in his old friend Dr. Strange. Can Strange recruit a team powerful enough to keep the seas safe from the spread of fear and chaos gripping the world? If he can't there may just not be any hope for the rest of the Marvel Universe!

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ISBN-13: 9781302479541
Publisher: Marvel
Publication date: 07/22/2015
Series: Fear Itself: Uncanny X-Force/The Deep , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,045,885
File size: 75 MB
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Fear Itself: Uncanny X-Force/The Deep 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
Two separate limited series are collected here and neither is very good. The first, starring the Uncanny X-Force, has next to nothing to do with the actual crossover its supposed to be a part of. This story could have taken place at any time and the Fear Itself story played almost no part in it. The team, who I really enjoy, were in character here but Simone Bianchi's art is, as usual, depressingly overdone and muddled. Added to that, the coloring was so muted that the art was actually hard to make out what was happening panel to panel. The second story was directly related to Fear Itself but sadly pretty generic. A hodge-podge of heroes battle Attuma's forces and are terribly over-matched. Then, throw in a couple McGuffins and the heroes win. Bland plot and forced dialogue. The art by Lee Garbett was pretty good and has potential. Overall, a pointless collection that can be skipped.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago