X-Factor #7

Writer: Peter David Artist: Ariel Olivetti Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: May 24, 2006 Critic Reviews: 2
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Jamie Madrox has his first face-to-face confrontation with Mr. Tryp, the mysterious head of Singlarity Investigations...and let's just say it doesn't go very well for Madrox.

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Michael Bailey Jun 1, 2006

    In The End: This title continues to be at the top of my reading list. Peter David is doing some of the best writing of his career on this title, and he has definitely made it his own. I was amazed to see Ariel Olivetti's name in the credits as the style was very different from the artist's past work. I liked it a lot, but it was so different. Next issue begins the crossover with Civil War. David usually does good work in crossovers, and if his Incredible Hulk issues that were part of House of M were any indication, it's going to be a fun ride, and I'm looking forward to his take on the themes stemming from Civil War. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn May 27, 2006

    The Bad: I had been running hot and cold with Dennis Calero's artwork. But, overall, I liked the style and look of his art for a title like X-Factor. I did not like Ariel Olivetti's artwork in this issue at all. It was very sloppy, weak and inconsistent. Some of the facial expressions were just beyond terrible. It is a shame that an issue with such strong writing got saddled with such poor art. I hope that Olivetti is just a guest artist, because this artwork does not add anything to the reading enjoyment of X-Factor #7. Read Full Review

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