X-Force #10: Rachel Summers vs. Fake News [Preview]

Rachel Summers is back, just in time for X-Force to end to make way for the Hickboot in this week’s X-Force #10. And though she saved the team from defeat last issue, Rachel wants some answers. After all, she’s kind of been in a hound state since Extermination, which was in an entirely different X-Men relaunch era than the one we’re in now, which is itself being replaced by a new one this month. It’s understandable that this can be a little disorienting.

X-Force #10: Rachel Summers vs. Fake News [Preview]

Meanwhile, Stryfe wants to pull a Matthew Rosenberg, killing off as many characters as he can before the series ends…

X-Force #10: Rachel Summers vs. Fake News [Preview]

But Rachel plans to wield the ultimate weapon: the truth. By revealing to Stryfe’s Mutant Liberation Army that it was all psychic propaganda that convinced them Cable killed their friends, and that it was actually Stryfe all along.

X-Force #10: Rachel Summers vs. Fake News [Preview]

But does Rachel know that we live in a post-truth world? There is one side’s truth, and the other side’s truth, and whose to say which is the real truth? Rachel will have her work cut out for her, it seems.

X-Force #10 hits stores on Wednesday.

X-FORCE #10
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(W) Ed Brisson (A) Dylan Burnett (CA) Valerio Schiti
With Rachel Summers under his control, Stryfe and his Mutant Liberation Front finally have the power to secure their futures – at the cost of everyone else’s. Will Cable and his X-Force be able to stop them, or will the time stream be forever altered? Find out in this final showdown!
Parental Advisory
In Shops: Jul 17, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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