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• “BREAKING POINTS” Conclusion!

• In the last of five issues that will change the face of X-FACTOR forever, two characters find their lives irrevocably altered.

• When the smoke clears, the team’s roster will be nearly halved…

Story by Peter David
Art by Leonard Kirk & Jay Leisten
Colors by Matt Milla
Letters by Cory Petit

Price: $2.99
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Avg Rating: 4.1
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  1. Oh boy I cannot wait to read this. X-Factor is always good.

  2. 95 issues and counting. This is my third longest ongoing after BPRD (99 issues) and Fables (121 issues). None of the others are even close.

  3. Yea, I think this is more or less my longest run. I’m only missing a couple issues I didn’t buy when Stroman was drawing it.

    I was thinking the other day though, I would be cool if this ended. I’m glad PAD is about to mix things up after this arc. This series needs a shot in the arm.

  4. Sad sap Havok is a bummer to read but do they have to rub it in with a water assault? Also that Polaris costume kinda blows.

  5. I enjoyed this issue. It effectively made me more interested in the title going forward.

    It is largely about Havok and his reaction to the AvX fall out. I’d say anyone who is into the greater picture of the X-Men and/or is reading Uncanny Avengers but not X-Factor might want to pick this issue up.

    The curious thing here is there isn’t much, if any, context for Havok being upset. The book assumes you either read AvX or (like me) at least know of its existence and have a general idea of what happened. In the context of the Breaking Points arc this issue is completely out of left field. A long term flaw perhaps.

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