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At last! All the members of X-Factor are reunited in this climactic, slam-bang X-plosion of a conclusion as Trask decides to take matters into his own hands and personally direct the forces of the Mutant Response Division into a full blown war against everyone’s favorite mutant detective team!

WRITER: Peter David
PENCILS: Valentine De Landro
INKS: Pat Davidson
COLORED BY: Jeromy Cox
LETTERED BY: VC - Cory Petit
COVER BY: David Yardin

Price: $2.99
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akamuu06/23/10NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.5
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  1. Haven’t like the past two issues, hope we can overcome that this issue.

  2. X-Factor is the only book that is keeping the original spirit of the X-men alive.

  3. I’ve been surprised that I have liked the last two issues (although last one missed a few beats). The tie-in has not been a total clusterf**k like it has been in the past. Still a bit of a momentum killer, though.

  4. Last two issues haven’t been the greatest but at least the plots are progressing. X-Factor doesn’t seem like the original spirit of the X-men at all to me.

  5. I can’t remember if I pre-ordered this or not.  I kind of hope I didn’t.  I’ve been reading since #200 and I still have no idea who almost any of the characters are or what their deal is.

  6. That is kind of what I meant by momentum killer. After having been all over the place since Messiah Complex, it felt like the series was returning to some of its funky detective roots at 200. A perfect opportunity to explore some of the newer characters, expand on old ones. Not necessarily the best time to suddenly be fighting for the survival of all mutants. Again, I think the Revelations story has been all right, but the series itself is drifting away again.

  7. Eh, I’m ready for X-Factor to be done with this Second Coming crossover.  I like it in the other books, but I wish they’d just leave Peter David to write his stories. 

  8. Yep. Zattaric and JimBilly perfectly encapsulate how I feel about this crossover. Not bad, just…. so very unnecessary. The Character building is fantastic as ever, but the plot just felt tacked on and overly convenient. Even a Vanishing Point reference couldn’t save it. 2/5 for me.

    I think I’m going to start trade waiting this book, I haven’t decided yet. 

  9. Trade waiting low selling books is a good way to get them canceled. See Captain Britain.

  10. Some nice funny moments. I especially liked when Madrox asks Longshot to luck him up some help before there are killed… and the entire team appears from two different directions. And Longshot doesn’t miss a beat, taking credit without even twitching a muscle.

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