Thursday, December 30, 2010

CBR's Top 100 Comics of 2010

27. Uncanny X-Force

Written By: Rick Remender
Illustrated By: Jerome Opena
Published By: Marvel Comics

The X-Men's black-ops squad reinvented themselves with a new roster, a new mission and a new creative team this year to incredible results. Rick Remender's handle on established favorites like Wolverine and Deadpool make these variant-cover hogs feel like fresh, new faces, while new life has been breathed into Apocalypse while Fantomex recieved some much-needed time in the spotlight. Throw in Jerome Opena's action-packed panels and you've got a title where everything old is new again, and that suits us just fine.

- CBR Staff Writer Steve Sunu

Thanks soulkiller for the heads up!

1 comment:

FSaker said...

Well deserved position! Uncanny X-Force was one of the best series in 2010! #27 may look a not-so-great position, but let's remember that the comic book market is HUGE, and there are a lot of underground comics that are real gems. Besides, UXF ranked higher than Secret Avengers and The Children's Crusade!

However, S.W.O.R.D. definitely did NOT deserve to rank higher than UXF. It was good, but far from the same quality as UXF.