Still, the emotionally resonant ending doesn't do enough to make up for the mostly tepid first half of the issue. I'm glad to see that X-Factor is headed for greener pastures as the title moves forward, but for those of us who've stuck with it month in and month out, it's a confusing, hectic ending to a confusing, hectic story. Read Full Review
It's frustrating because there are little sparks of good peppered throughout the issue. When we finally get big revelations about Layla Miller's powers and how she "knows stuff," it reminds me of the older issues of "X-Factor" where it felt like something big happened every month. Likewise, David makes Trevor Fitzroy an interesting character for the first time since he was introduced in 1991. With the team potentially back together for "X-Factor" #200 around the corner, I'm hoping that the book regains its groove. Read Full Review
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