One of the Marvel Universe's most dangerous X-Men villains has returned in X-Force #2.
In their latest look at abandoned comic plots, CSBG reveals how Cable got his techno-organic virus and bionic eye back!
Despite years of jokes and criticism, the excess of '90s comics has returned to the mainstream in full force -- but why?
CBR goes through the annals of X-Force history to figure out which member of the Marvel Comics X-Men spinoff is the deadliest.
He returned to the Marvel Universe in the Extermination finale, but its X-Force #1 that reveals Cyclops' first mission.
In their feature spotlighting the odd evolution comic book series sometimes undergo, CSBG examines X-Force's odd journey from just a paramilitary unit
Marvel's advance solicitation information for March 2019 reveal a younger Cable surviving in an apocalyptic future.
One of the X-Men's oldest and deadliest foes, Apocalypse has had many servants in his time but which ones were actually worthy of the power?
X-Force artist Dylan Burnett revealed Shatterstar, Domino, Cannonball, Warpath, Kid Cable and Deathlok's new uniforms.
Ed Brisson talks about how his X-Force will reunite the classic team to hunt Cable's killer, a younger version of the hero dubbed "Kid Cable."
X-Force is the most dangerous group of mutants ever assembled, but which one member is the absolute most dangerous?
X-Force is out for revenge against Cable's killer, and an original, time-displaced X-Man is along for the ride.
In their latest look at unresolved comic book stories, CSBG looks at how Rictor left the New Mutants to save Wolfsbane and then...didn't.
In the pages of Extermination #2, the young, time-traveling Jean Grey chooses to join the X-Force strike team, in what could be a big change.