X-Factor has always been a great title, it just suffered quite a bit under some bad artwork. With that hiccup in the past, it's back to its usual greatness, keeping a stranglehold on its position as the only X-book with a consistent identity from year to year. Read Full Review
Even though the rest of the line is belatedly catching up with it, X-Factor remains not only the single best X-Book being published, but one of the most consistently written ever. If only it could find a full-time penciller... Read Full Review
These guys need a shot of fun, soon. They need for something to go right. The quirky oddities of time travel, anti-mutant foes, terrorist cells and malevolent future selves all provided entertaining distractions, but the villain post-Skrulls seems colorless, and the misery is just getting masochistic. Wanda, please, it's time: some more mutants! Read Full Review
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