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    Reviews - Uncanny X-Force - #32

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First impressions.. - SuperSaiyanBerserker
The Deadpool fan will feel satisfied with this issue as Wade takes a bit of the spotlight. His reunion with Evan takes up a good portion of the issue and the outcome is surprising given the ending of issue #31. There is definite character growth within Wade in this issue (he even makes a comment about it)as a result of the events during the series. Remember continues to write the best Deadpool at Marvel and this issue compliments that fact. Also noteworthy and entertaining and the moments featuring Wolverine's attack on the Brotherhood and Nightcrawler and Mystique's confrontation. These two scenes serve as set ups for the next issue but nonetheless weave interesting threads.

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