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The SCARs — the deadliest team of women around — are out to frame the Black Cat for murder. But they’re not the only ones with homicide on their mind, because a furious Monet is out for blood on behalf of her teammate who was gunned down. Can X-Factor stop the elegant Ms. St. Croix from killing one of their deadliest foes…and do they even want to?

Story by Peter David
Art by Emanuela Lupacchino & Guillermo Ortego
Colors by Matt Milla
Letters by Joe Sabino
Cover by David Yardin

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  1. Have the SCARs made M an interesting character? Work your magic David.

  2. It feels like a long time since this came out. So many of my favorite series are coming out this week.

  3. Hard to believe this run is almost to 70 issues…

  4. I’ve considered Monet an interesting character for the entire run.  Speaking of which, I’m still sour they renumbered the thing… sigh.  Quick, revert back to the current volume for the epic 75th issue anniversary!

  5. Yeah, this series has always delivered the best in character driven story arcs. I can’t wait to pick this up from my LCS.

  6. Not gonna lie, I was THIS close to tearing up around the end of the last issue. 

  7. X-Factor and Peter David NEVER dissappoint. Emanuella Lupacchino should be the regular artist forever. please.

  8. I had dropped this title but picked up the last few cause Spider-man and Black Cat were in it……I’m going to have a hard time convincing myself to drop this again

  9. Another amazing issue. Truly one of the best series out there, and one of the best runs in comics by Peter David.

  10. Monet was great.  She hasn’t admitted any deeper feelngs for Guido has she?  I thought he said he loved her, but she didn’t respond with the same enthusiasm a few issues ago?

    Sorry if this makes me sound really sappy.  “Tell him how you feel!”  

  11. How did Monet survive that head shot?  Never seen a Korean last name ‘Pock.’  There’s Pak or Paik, but not this.

  12. @Franktiger Well, Luppachino never really got near making look like a Korean, or really an asian of any sort, so maybe we can forgive the ‘Pock’. He probably just told people he was Korean to get a good business loan.

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