But other than that, it's a fine issue. Aside from being poorly drawn, the characters all feel rather unique, and their interactions are normal and entertaining. Peter David is usually great when it comes to the team just hanging out and being friendly with one another. But something felt off about his usually stellar style. Oh well, let's hope he's building to something great. Read Full Review
Yet again, we have an issue of “X-Factor” that is hardly the best, but not even close to the worst, either. This seems to be becoming a trend in the book — sadly, it has been a while since Peter David has served up a zinger of an issue. Still, what was said before applies to this issue, too: if you don't like this issue, it still won't be enough to turn you off to the series. Whether or not that is abad thing or a good thing remains to be seen. Read Full Review
"X-Factor" is coasting on the chemistry between its well-established characters and Peter David's writing style. Perhaps the new threats of Morrigan and Jezebel will drive up the suspense level in future issues of this story arc; otherwise, it will continue to suffer from predictability. Read Full Review
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