Published June 25, 2019

28 Years Ago Today: The Debut of 'X-Force'

Look back on one of the most explosive debut issues in mighty Marvel history!


On June 25, 1991, a booming era of comic book history reached one of its positively preeminent peaks with the release of X-FORCE #1.


Written by Fabian Nicieza and Rob Liefeld with art by Liefeld, the issue starred a brand-new Super Hero squad of mighty mutants, including Cable, Cannonball, Boom Boom, Warpath, Domino, Shatterstar, and Feral. The new #1 quickly became one of the most successful individual issues in Marvel history, ultimately selling over five million copies. 

X-FORCE (1991) #1 cover by Rob Liefeld

The legendary Liefeld shared his thoughts about the astounding anniversary on Instagram earlier today...

Read the magnificent mag for yourself right here!

X-Force (1991) #1

X-Force (1991) #1

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