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X-FORCE #1 (Aug 1991) Marvel Comics

cover:  Rob Liefeld
X-FORCE #1
Date: Aug 1991
Cover Price: $
Publisher: marvel.com

Description
X-Force sets out on their first mission! To defeat the MLF and to stop the terrorist called Stryfe, the team heads to Antarctica!

NEW TEEN TITANS #39 (Mar 1986)
interior art by George Perez
X-FORCE #1 (Aug 1991)
interior art by Rob Liefeld


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    Credits
    "X-Force" (31 pages)
    writer:  Rob Liefeld
    Fabian Nicieza
    art:  Rob Liefeld
    colors:  Brad Vancata 
    letters:  Chris Eliopoulos
    editor:  Bob Harras
    Tom DeFalco
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    X-Force #1 is currently FREE on Comixology.com

    You may recall that artist/writer Rob Liefeld used the same layout for the first two pages from New Teen Titans #39.

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    NEW TEEN TITANS #39 (Mar 1986)
    interior art by George Perez
    X-FORCE #1 (Aug 1991)
    interior art by Rob Liefeld



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