X-Factor headquarters is under siege! As the birth of Wolfsbane's baby draws near, demonic forces pound at their door, desperate to steal the child away. How will X-Factor battle the supernatural? Salvation may just arrive in a very familiar form...
If you like adventures set in the Marvel Universe that take full advantage of said universe, you could do much worse than checking out this title. I even think this whole storyline may be a stealthy Fear Itself tie-in although it is never explicitly stated. Read Full Review
With each passing issue, I find myself warming more and more to this storyline... But for me, the story wasn't the best thing about this issue... I've always said that Peter David is one of the BEST writers when it comes to writing dialogue, and man did he prove that again this issue! There were several moments when I found myself laughing out loud at some of the one-liners and quips that were being thrown around. Good story, good art, and hilarious dialogue equals a very happy blogger! Read Full Review
Still, the world's loss is "X-Factor"'s continued gain. When "X-Factor" has the right combination of script and artwork, it's one of Marvel's most enjoyable series, but between Lupacchino's absence and David's increasingly sluggish plotting, it's been a while since the book was on top form. Let's hope this storyline ends soon, and maybe the post-"Schism"/"Children's Crusade" effects can give it a much-needed shot in the arm. Read Full Review
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