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X-Force #15

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 7 critic ratings.

Omega Red’s harboring a deadly secret, and X-Force may have to cross a line to keep Krakoa safe.

But nothing compares to the trust broken by the interrogation of one of their own.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
25 pages
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7 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 97

    Comic Watch

    X-Force #15 does a dance with several plot points, furthering some from previous issues while setting up things for future storylines for issues to come with a mix of excellent interpersonal dialogue, internal narration, and some wild menacing action.

  • 96

    You Don't Read Comics

    X-Force #15 is yet another great issue from Percy and company. The writer throws a whole lot of balls in the air and juggles everyone of them while also doing a lot of great character stuff with Beast, Wolverine, Jean Grey, and Colossus. Cassara and GURU-eFX are the perfect art team for this book, making Percy’s script come to life. X-Force #15 throws a lot at readers, and it will be fun to see where it all ends up.

  • 88

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Percy delivers a great personal story for the team with plenty of drama. The characters are well done and the dialogue plays to their personalities perfectly. Beast has become a more interesting character as well and his journey as well as his constant clashing with his friends is worth the read. The setup for future stories is well done too with threats without and within being incredibly engaging.

    The Art: Cassara delivers some awesome imagery throughout this issue. There are some great visual moments including the downing of the ship as well as Beast’s reckoning with Colossus.

  • 85

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    This issue of X-FORCE is simply chalked full of ideas waiting to burst. However, we can’t score it on the potential to come. Sure, I’m excited about the future of this title. Nonetheless, this week is purely interesting set-up.

  • 80


    X-Force is continuing to cross lines that will make everyone on Krakoa squirm. That’s making for a blast to read.

  • 70


    Before X of Swords kicked off, X-Force ended on an interesting note, with Beast taking a deep dive into the fascism pool and roping a reluctant Jean Grey and Wolverine into his scheme. Now that X of Swords has ended, the plot resumes as if the last few issues weren’t all event-related and using some of the same characters. So the placement of this chronologically being before the other recent issues makes it a bit jarring off the bat, but it’s easy to overlook once you get started.


    X-Force #15 sets a dangerous precedent for Krakoa and opens up some fascinating questions for the X-Men’s new world. Cassara’s pencils just get better and better with every issue, providing endless visual treats.

  • 70

    X-Force is back after a detour through “X of Swords” and it’s as good as ever. Beast’s descent into further moral decay isn’t slowed in the slightest by recent mistakes, but they do recruit an X-Man with an actual heart. The spycraft on display in Beast’s plan is intriguing and well conceived, which makes it a pleasure to watch his plans unfold, no matter how objectionable they might be. The slow roll of battles with Russian agents and vampires is paired with a more immediate threat threaded throughout the issue with a truly horrifying build. However, using animal suffering without animal agency as a vehicle to evoke quick emotional responses is still cheap and creators this talented should move past using those sorts of stunts.

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