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It’s time to Ragnarok and roll in Las Vegas, as X-Factor–teamed with everyone’s favorite Thunder God–squares off in a high-stakes, winner-take-all throw down with Hela to determine the fate of Pip the Troll. And for one member of the team, it will be the beginning of the end…

Written by Peter David
Art by Emanuela Lupacchino
Cover by David Yardin

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  1. By far the best X-book

  2. I really did like Emanuela Lupacchino last issue. I hope they keep her for a while, although her Hela is too voluptuous. I like voluptuous, but I think a more skeletal form may be more appropriate for the mistress of death. Thor has probably just arrived to talk to Peter David about the use of the character of Hela, who has been everywhere in recent months (Thor, Prime, here, other Thor stuff). Thor is tired of battling Hela is going to start to put his hammer up some Marvel writers if they don’t cut it out.

  3. This is the ONLY X-book that I read, so I don’t know if it is the best one, but X-Factor has certainly been on a roll lately IMO … and this cover is absolutely fantastic. Can’t wait to read this issue. Still trying to figure out how this story arc connects with Avengers Prime (if at all) … ??

  4. Yay!

  5. @cahubble09  It doesn’t.

  6. I think I see Rictor on Thor’s helmet but he’s supposed to be in New York ?!
    I love X-Factor, can,t wait until wednesday.

  7. This is a much better major multi-story arc than the last one PAD did, which was right before the renumbering. Both the Rictor/Rahne scenes and the Vegas scenes are very entertaining, with great bits in each and every issue. This’ll surely continue the trend.

    BTW, my inner soap-opera-obsessed-housewife is DYING to know if Rahne is going to come clean at the doctor’s office about her TRUE baby daddy! That cliffhanger killed me!

  8. I really want marvel to release an omnibus collection of this series.

  9. @hiragikawaii Oh, Thor’s mystic helmet reflects the complete composition of all teams he faces, whether the members are in the flesh or not. This gets to be real confusing when he visits professional football players at charity events. That is why Thor does not do charity. Sorry dying kids.

  10. Well, thinnking about it I guess it’sbecause of previews. Monet is reflected on the helmet, but Rahne isn,t even there. And both are at New York.

  11. Loved it.

  12. I’m in love with Lupacchino’s art.

  13. I made this cover the wallpaper on my iPod … so awesome!

  14. It was definitely good, but a little quick.

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