"X-Force" #4 sells out, second print variant cover announced

Mon, June 9th, 2008 at 6:37am PDT | Updated: June 9th, 2008 at 6:37am

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Marvel is pleased to announce that X-Force #4 has sold out at Diamond and, due to popular demand, will return with X-Force #4 Second Printing Variant. The red-hot series, whose first three issues--and their second printings--sold out quickly, continues with the return of fan-favorite Archangel...but is he an ally to Wolverine's new X-Force? The acclaimed writing due of Craig Kyle & Chris Yost, teamed with rising star artist Clayton Crain, have launched one of 2008's hottest new series, as the deadliest X-Men join forces for a covert mission against an enemy that may be too much for them to handle! With a new cover featuring the stunning interior art of Crain, this issue is a must-have for X-fans!

If you missed the first three issues of this sold-out series, make sure to check out X-Force: Legacy of Violence, collecting X-Force #1-3 and sporting what may be the most unique cover of the decade!

X-FORCE #4 SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (APR088299)
Written by CHRISTOPHER YOST & CRAIG KYLE
Pencils & Cover by CLAYTON CRAIN
Parental Advisory ...$2.99
FOC--06/19/08, On-Sale--07/09/08

X-FORCE: LEGACY OF VENGEANCE (MAR088081)
Written by CRAIG KYLE & CHRIS YOST
Penciled by CLAYTON CRAIN
Cover by CLAYTON CRAIN
Rated T+...$4.99
ON-SALE NOW!

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