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X-Force Zero Tolerance TPB (2022 Marvel) Epic Collection comic books

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    X-Force Zero Tolerance TPB (2022 Marvel) Epic Collection 1-1ST X-Force Zero Tolerance TPB (2022 Marvel) Epic Collection 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects X-Force (1991-2002 1st Series) #66-84 and #-1.

    Written by John Francis Moore, Joseph Harris, and Jay Faerber. Art by Adam Pollina, Mark Morales, Pop Mahn, Andy Smith, Mike S. Miller, Guillermo Zubiaga, Jim Cheung, Rob Stull, Jon Holdredge, Al Milgrom, Mark Prudeaux, Rich Perrotta, Walden Wong, Scott Hanna, Sean Parsons, and Ray McCarthy. Cover by Jim Cheung and Mark Morales. Back Cover by Adam Pollina and Mark Morales.

    Zero tolerance - maximum action!

    As the U.S. government's mutant-hunting Prime Sentinels target the villainous Mutant Liberation Front, X-Force is caught in the middle! What is their old friend Dani Moonstar doing with the MLF? And when the Sentinels capture half the team, can the ragtag remainder pull together to rescue them?

    Meanwhile, an old foe with an ax to grind targets Domino, and X-Force breaks away from Cable and hits the road! But their crosscountry trip may prove fatal for Warpath, who's in for a hellish time - with Stryfe!

    Plus: Sunspot and Meltdown get close, but what is Bobby's connection to the ruthless Reignfire? Karma returns as the team attends Burning Man! Moonstar runs afoul of the Deviants! Flashback to the early days of the Proudstar brothers! And Domino battles...Shatterstar?!

    Softcover, 496 pages, full color. Rated T

    NOTE: Book 7 of X-Force Epic Collection - Years Covered: 1997-1998.

    Cover price $44.99.

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