X-Force by Cory J Walker

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{X-Force as follows: Cable, Domino, Shatterstar, Cannonball, Feral, Boom Boom and Warpath}

Luckily we all remember how rad it was when this X-Force team showed up in 1991 and added a newer, hip dimension to the X-Franchise, right? That is unless you’re this lame Millennial who wouldn’t be born for another four years. While I unfortunately missed out on the glory days of the OG 90’s X-Force, I wasn’t willing to miss out on Cory J Walker’s sensational redesigns of the first class. Look at those guns! They’re huge! I feel like I’m back in the 90’s already. Jokes being made, while bare bones in nature, these redesigns are incredibly well executed. They come across to me just as cartoony as they are complex, and to me that’s a great thing. Alright, one more joke. (In a Jerry Seinfeld voice) What’s the deal with those pouches? –Patrick

13 comments to “X-Force by Cory J Walker”
  1. Actually, the “OG X-Factor” showed up in 1986. It was the original five X-Men. They disguised themselves as mutant hunters in order to find and provide refuge for mutants. The redesigns of the 90’s X-Factor are hilarious. So. Many. Pouches…

  2. In SuperGods, Grant Morrison described the 90’s “pouches and straps everywhere” look “as if Batman’s utility belt had metastatized like a cancer.”

  3. Somewhere Rob Liefield is sitting and rocking in a dark corner, crying like a baby and muttering to himself: “see? somebody understands. Some body understands… some one understands…”

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