X-Force

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Name: X-Force
Uncanny X-Force
Abbreviation(s): XF, UXF
Creator: Fabian Nicieza and Rob Liefeld
Date(s): 1991 - 2002, 2004, 20082010 (under X-Force)
2010 - present (under Uncanny X-Force)
Medium: Comics
Country of Origin: United States
External Links: X-Force on Marvel.com
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X-Force is a Marvel Comics superhero group (a spin-off of the X-Men) - which had its own comic title as well.

Canon

X-Force team first appeared in New Mutants #100 (April 1991) and soon afterwards was featured in its own series. Originally it was a revamping the New Mutants title and was led by Cable, X-Force was a more militant and aggressive group compared to the X-Men.

The first X-Force team consisted of:

The series would later include Siryn, Rictor and Sunspot. Deadpool often appeared in early issues.

In the mid-1990s, the team added while Cable was missing:

Rictor quit the team and Cannonball joined the X-Men. Boom-Boom changed her codename to Boomer and then later to Meltdown.

The 1997 team consisted of Meltdown, Siryn, Sunspot, Warpath, and Danielle Moonstar. In 1998, the series returned Cannonball and later Domino to the team and added Bedlam.

X-Force Volume 2 (2008 - 2010), Cyclops forms a black ops incarnation of X-Force that uses lethal force to permanently deal with threats against mutants.

Uncanny X-Force (2010 - present) team consisted of Archangel, Wolverine, E.V.A., Psylocke, Fantomex, and Deadpool. Various other characters were also apart of the team: Deathlok and AoA!Nightcrawler. For Volume 2 of the series title, the team consists of Bishop, Psylocke, Puck, Spiral, Storm.

Other Appearances

In Marvel Anime: X-Men, Professor X mentions the team in the second episode.

A X-Force film is currently in production, and will feature Cable and Deadpool[1].

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  1. Rob Liefeld Praises Screenplay for X-Force Movie. IGN. Posted 3 December 2013. (Accessed 18 May 2014)