Appearing in "Dark Angel Saga Chapter 3: My World Won't Stop Without You"
- Jean Grey
- Nightcrawler (Kurt Darkholme)
- Sabretooth (Victor Creed)
- Wild Child (Kyle Gibney)
- Sunfire (Shiro Yoshida)
- Magneto (Erik Lehnsherr)
- Rogue (Anna Marie)
- Gambit (Remy LeBeau) (Death)
- Silver Samurai (Keniuchio Harada)
- Iceman (Bobby Drake) (Leaves team)
- Kirika Yashida (Corpse)
- Gateway (Joins team)
- Celestial bio-organisms
- Weapon X (Logan)
- Orordius (Ororo Munroe) (First appearance as Orordius) (Death)
- Black Legion
- Clan Akkaba
- Unnamed Celestial (Corpse)
- Life Seed
- Magneto's Helmet
- Cyclops' Visor and original costume
- Havok's costume
- Venom Symbiote (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Dark Angel Saga Chapter 3: My World Won't Stop Without You"
Inside the dead Celestial gardener killed by Apocalypse, Fantomex's team are fleeing the twice-human-sized Celestial antibodies attempting to destroy them. E.V.A. is soon damaged but she is forced down close to the Life Seed. Sunfire and Rogue go out to deal with the antibodies while Fantomex and Gambit find the Life Seed. Once they get it, an antibody bears down on them. Gambit sacrifices himself to allow the others to get to safety.
Back at The Sky, Wolverine is so distraught at Kirika's death at the hands of his AoA counterpart, Weapon X, that he attacks him. X-Force and AoA X-Men then realize they've stumbled into a trap, as Black Legion assaults them and outside, Magneto and Silver Samurai are attacked by Sentinels.
As Wolverine charges towards Weapon X, he and everyone else are stopped telepathically by Jean. She asks her ex-husband why he has committed such atrocities against all of Earth. Weapon X defends his crimes, stating that he's ascended to ensure that the Celestials don't wipe everyone off the face of the Earth by exterminating humanity. He pleads Jean to join him, to use her Phoenix powers to give life on Earth anew. Jean rejects his offer and attempts to attack him with fire, only to be knocked out. Weapon X then teleports to another part of The Sky, instructing Orodius to ready the Death Seed to convert Jean, leaving X-Force and the others to fend for themselves. As they free Gateway, Iceman takes the opportunity to flee. With Gateway's assistance, they attempt to stop Weapon X. Weapon X assumes he's killed them all but Fantomex's misdirection misleads him. As Gateway prepare a portal back to Earth-616, Psylocke tells Fantomex to use the Life Seed on Weapon X. However, Fantomex informs her that they could only find one seed and they cannot waste it with Archangel's life on the line. When Jean tells Wolverine to go back to his world he refuses to abandon AoA's X-Men. However, Jean doesn't give him a choice and telekinetically flings X-Force through the portal.
Arriving back in Cavern X, Wolverine grumbles that everything they've went through has been for nothing. However, a voice says that his efforts were not entirely fruitless. The voice is revealed to be Archangel, with a darker mood and flagged by Dark beast and the Last Horsemen of Apocalypse.
Years ago, Wolverine helplessly watched as Jean Grey, the love of his life, died before his eyes. Years later, he would lose his best-friend Nightcrawler to a similar fate. In order to save our world, can he allow them to die again? X-Force team up with The Amazing X-Men for the final push against the heir of Apocalypse, in a battle royale that will force Wolverine to make the hardest choice of his life. One world must die!
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I don't care if this is late or not. Here comes a double does of Uncanny X-Force reviews anyways.
We're chapter #3 into the Dark Angel Saga, and things are just as cool as ever. Fantomex, Sunfire, Rogue and Gambit all find the life seed, but Gambit sacrifices himself in the process. Wolverine fights Wolverine, and Blob eats someone. So it isn't just the Ultimate Blob who eats people.. Wild Child loses an arm and Iceman takes off. So much is going on here, but I enjoy all of it.
The Age of Apocalypse universe is dying, and only Wolverine (AoA) feels he can save it, by becoming the next Apocalypse. All these other characters like Iron Ghost, Beta Red, Zombie Sentry, Captain Venom, and the rest are pretty cool too.
Fantomex's fake illusion powers are getting a little old, in my opinion. He does it like every issue now, and each time I almost fall for it. It's annoying. But that was really my only problem..
Psylocke was hardcore in this issue, and she amps it up next issue. Deadpool made the perfect timing joke of there being 'Wolverine on Wolverine action', and that was kinda funny.
I easily give this issue a 5 out of 5 stars. I love this X-Force team, even though I may miss Archangel. I loved the 'surprise' ending with all the Apocalypse villains too. But I'm a little sad to see them out of the AoA now. I definitely loved how Remender wrote this universe. He was great at creating new characters, and re-inventing old ones. I really enjoyed the atmosphere of this universe, knowing anything could happen to these other characters at any second-and it did. And it was cool. Shame they had to leave so early, though it appears they may be coming back, as AoA Blob and Iceman were shown on a later issue's cover..
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This review is of Uncanny X-Force #13, and I gave it a 5/5.
— Nathan (Peteparker) (Earth-1218) (talk • contribs • email) 15:46, September 13, 2011 (UTC)