If X-Factor #36 is essentially nothing more than the middle part of an arc, it's at least a fun, enjoyable middle with a stronger handle of its cast than many other books on the stands. I can't easily forgive Larry Stroman's artwork, but if you try your best to focus on the words you're in for more of the same great X-Factor material that built it a solid reputation. Read Full Review
I was a little worried just three months ago, feeling like the change in location for the book coupled with Stroman's arrival as artist might be the beginning of the end for "X-Factor." Now? I'm really happy to see how just a few months could make all the difference in the world. This is a lot of fun, and it feels like creatively everyone is clicking together perfectly. Just the way it should be. It's nice to have "X-Factor" back up to its old strength again. Read Full Review
I guess what I'm saying is that there are a lot of other characters I'd rather see in X-Factor right now then Darwin or Longshot. Since I am an unabashed worshiper of Peter David's writing, even though I'm not really enjoying this story, it gets a 5 1/2 out of 10. Read Full Review
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