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  • Broché: 136 pages
  • Editeur : Marvel (14 mai 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0785166904
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785166900
  • Dimensions du produit: 16,8 x 0,6 x 26 cm
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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Présence TOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 7 juin 2013
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Ce tome contient une introduction de 8 pages extraites de "Marvel NOW! point one", ainsi que les épisodes 1 à 5 de la série "Cable and X-Force", parus en 2012/2013. Le scénario est de Dennis Hopeless, les dessins et encrages de Salvador Larroca, et la mise en couleurs de Frank d'Armata (sauf l'introduction dessinée par Gabriel Hernandez Walta).

Introduction - Forge a découvert une machine dans un endroit qu'il ne parvient pas à situer. Il la répare, et Cable apparaît lui demandant de l'aide. Épisodes 1 à 5 - Dans un futur très proche, l'équipe X-Force (composée de Cable, Colossus, Domino et Doctor Nemesis) a mis à sac une usine. Ils en sortent et se trouvent face à Havok et son équipe Uncanny Avengers qui leur demandent des comptes. Ils s'enfuient. Comment en sont-ils arrivés là ? Plusieurs jours auparavant, Cable a recruté ces mutants parce qu'il est assailli de céphalées pendant lesquelles il a des flashs de catastrophes futures. Son objectif est de tout faire pour éviter ces catastrophes, avec l'aide de son équipe. Il lui faut aussi affronter Hope Summers, sa fille adoptive, peu satisfaite de son sort. Ensemble ils doivent stopper une manifestation du virus technorganique, puis mettre un terme aux manipulations génétiques de Teresa Payton.

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A decent start. I intend to keep reading. 23 juin 2013
Par 1AnimeFan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Possible SPOILERS, but I'll try to keep them to a minimum.

As a prior reviewer indicated, Cable's body has been altered after the events of X-Sanction. One change is that he is getting flashes of the future, as indicated by a prior reviewer. In order to repair his body and prevent his future visions, he assembles a new team he begrudgingly agrees to being called X-Force.

The story is told in time jumps from the aftermath of X-Force's mission at a food services plant and the events leading up to the mission. As indicated by Amazon's description, the mission does not go as planned, leading the team to be considered fugitives. There also appears to be a shadowy villain manipulating events from behind the scenes; the villain is not revealed in this volume, but I think any longtime follower of Cable/X-Force can make an educated guess based on his or her shadowy outline.

Amazon's description may be a little misleading; while the Uncanny Avengers do make an appearance, it is really only for a few pages out of the entire book, investigating the attack on the food services plant.

Like many comics started under the Marvel NOW! initiative, this volume is not perfect, but it is good at establishing a team that I'm interested in following going forward. There is a lot of good mutant angst, and the characters all seem to be a little damaged in their own way. Bonus points for bringing back Forge and putting him into the field of combat. I also like that they are following up on Hope Summers after AVX, even though she seems to have been relegated to sidekick status.
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Good characters but in desperate need of a story 17 octobre 2013
Par Sam Quixote - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
With a surname like "Hopeless", you'd think anything written by Dennis Hopeless would be good, as he'd be trying that much harder to make his work better and avoid the obvious snide critical remark of "This book is, (chuckle), hopeless!". And Cable and X-Force isn't bad, but it's not that great either.

Cable assembles a team because... well, he just does. There's no series otherwise! They're assembled one at a time, Ocean's Eleven style, but there's no real purpose, they're just kind of going along with some doom premonition of Cable's and unfortunately get branded as bad eggs by the authorities and the X-Men and Avengers along the way. The team is: Cable, Hope, Colossus, Forge, Dr Nemesis and Domino, and I think the character work in this book is especially good. Cable and Hope's relationship, father and daughter, is the emotional core of the series, something you often don't see in team books (for a soulless team book, check out - or don't - DC's Team 7) and it's definitely one of the highlights of the book. Cable also gets a new arm but he's still having his usual problems with the techno-organic virus he's permanently infected with.

Also Forge and Dr Nemesis' relationship is really funny, Nemesis behaving in a less-insane Deadpool style while Forge is a sarcastic, less beastly Hank McCoy. They have a great scene at the end where they build massive rock-`em-sock-`em robots in a junkyard because they're bored and start gambling. Domino is kind of your template physically-tough female character but I liked that she and Peter (Rasputin, aka Colossus) hooked up - poor guy needed it, especially since that Kitty Pryde relationship has sailed.

But if the characters are solid, the story is less so. First most of the team fight some amorphous techno-organic blob and then they fight a series of massively obese guys - they're so forgettable and inconsequential. There's no real story arc to this first volume and no strong villain either, both of which are why the book fails to be any good. Instead we're left with some decent characters doing the narrative equivalent of shrugging while the pages tick down, which is also how I felt when reading this - yeah...so...? If this series is going to be worth reading, it needs to address these problems quick smart.
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Great 15 juillet 2013
Par SENSITIVETHOT - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is probably one of the top 5 best series of the whole marvel now restart. Loved this collection but the end really pissed me off because of one of their decision's after the mistake! Won't go into details. The only thing that bugged me was the package was jammed into my mailbox leaving a bend in the middle of the book
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The more things change. 21 juin 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
First off I want to start by saying I haven't read a Cable book with this much purpose since Cable and Deadpool. You immediately get a feel that the writer knows exactly were he wants to go in this book.

Basically Cable has flashes of future event in his mind and puts together a team to prevent cataclysmic events. Unfortunately he is somehow set up and rather than explain why he and his team had to kill a bunch of seemingly innocent workers he and his team go on the run with the newly formed Uncanny Avengers hot on their trail.

The team has a lot of chemistry which plays out in the well written dialogue.
Unplug This Cable 6 mars 2014
Par Eric K. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
When I first heard about the new monthly Cable and X-Force series, I thought: Good. There's one title I don't have to worry about picking up. Why? Because Cable is a product of the awful 90s when comic books took a downward turn. As are Domino and Dr. Nemesis. Forge was interesting when he first came on the scene in the 1980s and romanced Storm, but then he, too, jumped on the 90s bandwagon. No longer was it about storylines, character development, superpowers, or quality art. It was all about misshapen, disproportionate men and women carrying weaponry. It was about multiple issue covers, holograms, and foil-embossed covers. In other words, anything to generate additional sales and not giving quality in return.

However, (and you knew there had to be a "however"), when I heard that Salvador Larroca would be doing the artwork, I had to give it a shot. He was amazing on Iron Man. The detail that he puts into his art is astounding. The characters look so real...and attractive. To top it off, one of my favorite under-utilized characters -- Colossus -- was going to be on the team. Colossus mixed with the Juggernaut = BAD. Colossus mixed with Kitty Pryde/Shadowcat (or whatever name she goes by today) = GOOD. Even though Kitty wasn't going to be a part of the team and they're not "together," I still wanted to see what was going to be done with Piotr Rasputin.

Sadly, after reading the first several issues of the series, I was disappointed. The writer, Dennis Hopeless, provided no character development. Instead, I was "treated" to some ridiculous storyline about aliens at a company. Worse, Larroca's art didn't seem up to par. The art doesn't jump off the page like it did in Iron Man. It lies there flat. The cover art by Larroca is fantastic, but the interior art is disappointing.

I recommend reading this book only if you don't care a whit about great writing and character development.
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