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X-FACTOR #224.1


X-Factor Investigations has been taking on stranger and stranger cases recently…but when an eerie sighting leads the group to the hometown of their leader, Jamie Madrox the Multiple Man, they may have stumbled on a bigger mystery than they intended.

With this new-reader friendly issue, there’s never been a better time to check out the series says “puts most Triple-A titles to shame”!

Story by Peter David
Art by Valentine De Landro & Pat Davidson
Colors by Jeremy Cox
Letters by Cory Petit
Cover by David Yardin

Price: $2.99
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  1. Can Peter David tell a good one shot? I mean, I am sure he can, but he seems to excel at long running interweaving storylines with tons of character stuff. A quick wam, bam, thank-you-maam may not play to his strengths. On the other hand, some of his long running stories (cough… Rahne’s pregnancy… cough) seemed to go on and on and on…

    • X-Factor #87 and Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #23 are one-and-done stories and are in my opinion 2 of the best comics ever published.

    • The therapy issues of the current volume or era or whatever it is with the renumbering was also a very memorable single issue. I think it was #13. But it also fit in with the character progression before and after. A good writer of monthly comics needs to be able to write a satisfying single issue while also seeding a longer story.

  2. I need to catch up on X-Factor but I love it.

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