Pencils/Inks: Rob Liefeld
I will not pick any more Liefeld covers. It's too easy to make fun of them and theres's no sport in that. But I do love the polybag which ruins any chance of actually seeing what was on the cover. Not that it mattered because the book came with a baseball card!
Pencils: Greg Capullo
Inks: Harry Candelario
And 20 years later Greg Capullo would be artist on Batman. I wonder which book actually sold/is selling more, X-Force or Batman?
X-Force #28, Novemeber 1993
Pencils: Tony Daniel
Inks: Jon Holdredge
Ok, now this is just getting weird because 20 years later Tony Daniel is also drawing Batman. I really like this cover but I don't think it's the best representation of Daniel's style. It's also interesting how much Daniel and Capullo were products of Marvel's 90s house style.
Pencils: Adam Pollina
Inks: Mark Morales
Believe it or not, X-Force was actually a good book for a couple of years once all the expectations were off of it. Pollina was a great artist with a distinct style that was different from most of the other artists on the stands at the time.
X-Force #93, August 1999
Pencils: Jim Cheung
Inks: Scott Elmer
Again, it's amazing the artists that worked on this series. Cheung is a great storyteller and his covers are just as good today as they were then.
Well, that's all for today. Now it's time to go watch baseball.