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It started with their new acquaintance, Sally, found brutally slain in her kitchen. And most recently: two rival gangs, lifeless bodies sprawled across a basketball court, a noose around each of their necks. Hot on the trail of a serial killer who’s lynching his victims, the mutant detectives of X-Factor Investigations are eager to cut his killing spree short. But here’s hoping they find him before he finds them!

Story by Peter David
Art by Leonard Kirk
Colors by Matt Milla
Letters by Cory Petit
Cover by David Yardin

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  1. Good issue. It’s nice to have an artist like Kirk on this book. Another nice recap page both for the funny story about Peter David’s daughter and for how brief the actual plot summary is. A lot of Marvel recap pages run on way too long. Essential plot for diving into the issue in hand only, please.

  2. I love Peter David and I love this comic! His sense of humor and excellent story-telling keep me addicted to this title. May it never end!

  3. I love this comic, and the fact that it’s just a titch underneath the popularity radar makes it all the better. I’ve been going back and forth on this one, but after the past few issues, I’m on board until it starts to suck. So don’t suck, X-Factor.

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