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  1. says:

    Another great X Factor volume At worst this series is good at best? It's amazing Right here is some good stuff This volume really focuses on the after effects of House of M Mutants are freaking out They're are far less of them now days ON top of that the volume also has someone go after Layla we have someone offer Gudo a new job and our favorite pair of kickass girls go on a mission to save some kids Pretty much everyone is busy in this but things about to go insane and by the end we have some pretty great moments Good The fights are great The girls teaming up are hysterical The twist with Layla was crazy The whole thing runs so well in pacing it's never really boring I just love the bickering between all the characters and Multiple Man is fucking FUNNY Bad The villains are okay in here What they did with uicksilver here was weird I don't know how much I like that Overall it's great X Factor remains to be the best X Men comic I've ever read It's funny it has heart and the characters are just too f'ing fun This is another great volume 4 out of 5


  2. says:

    After reading my first X Factor collected edition by writer Peter David X Factor Second Coming it placed his entire run on the series on my list of titles to watch out for in the my book store hunts Komikon 2011 on November 19 gave me a chance to hunt for X Factor compilations at a good price I actually found two and I elected to go with Heart of IceThis hardcover actually contains two story arcs The first arc is drawn by Khoi Pham and the second arc by series regular Pablo Raimondi The artists have contrasting style that would normally clash but it works here since their respective arcs are clearly delineated The best reason to read X Factor is Peter David He infuses his scripts with humor which is his trademark Reading this book is like watching a superhero sitcom He has an established cast which utilizes to its potential by having his stories revolve the relationships in Jamie Madrox’s crew of private investigators


  3. says:

    Not uite as funny and interesting as the last volume but still a good series The bad guys in this one weren't really that interesting as they were written but the Huber guy really has some potential I would have liked to have heard about his background and his powers is it because he is a mutant or is there something else going on?


  4. says:

    Aaannddd yet another great volume Peter David just keeps on delivering Just like a lot of the previous arcs this arc was very busy but it's all so well paced and brought together that it remains smooth and easy to follow I appreciated how this arc gave uicksilver a nice conclusion to his arcs from House and M and Son of M It was very well done I like how Rictor and Rahne got focus I loved the interactions and blossoming friendship between Monet and Syrin the new change for Strong Guy seems interesting Madrox remains one of the best characters Marvel has and Layla Miller stops knowing stuff Very interesting developments I also enjoyed the use of some lesser known exmutants and the introduction of a new overpowered villain This volume dealt with the ramifications of M Day which works well considering this leads into Messiah Complex Great writing as always witty funny introspective well paced and eventful I could see Peter David becoming one of my favorite comic writersAs for the art we have Khoi Pham on for 3 issues and he does a great job and suits the less noir issues very well For the remaining 4 issues we have Pablo Raimondi return and knock it out of the park as usual The inking is lighter and the coloring is brighter since these arcs aren't as noir influenced but looks very appealing regardlessThis one's a strong 910 Maybe very slightly weaker than last volume but nonetheless top tier Still one of the best X books I've read


  5. says:

    I can definitely see why people loved this series so much The bickering relationships within the team recall Giffen and deMatteis' JLI so even when you get three issues of Z list mutant villains like Marrow and Reaper trying to regain their powers it doesn't get chance to drag too badly And then it moves on to a story with a far interesting angle on the mass depowering of M Day and another angle within that and elements you hadn't even realised were set up from previous stories are woven together and even once those are resolved a bunch of other subplots have been set moving for the next volume which I already have from the library I miss this sort of sprawling long run soap operatic Marvel book and hope they return to them before too much longer as even the sales shine wears off the constant events and relaunches


  6. says:

    uicksilver what happened to you? This portrayal is disturbing


  7. says:

    I'm still totally fanboying over this book and Peter David's phenomenal writing job The introduction of Huber in connection with the purifiers in this volume is fantastic and its nice to see a villain with such a powerlevel take a really intelligent strategic approach He didn't walk in trying to physically overwhelm folks he manipulated the situation and worked things to his advantage Great work And Huber has one of the most sympathetic villain stories I've ever read He's still a psychopath but the reader can understand how he's essentially been driven mad and has settled on this twisted path to escape his situation Excellent work


  8. says:

    My friend leant me 5 volumes of this series and while I feel like the arc came to a satisfying and fascinating end I want During this first arc of the Peter David run I have come to care about these characters and interested in their stories This is a high compliment because at the start of this run I had never heard of the members of X Factor; I would jump at the opportunity to learn about all of themI don't know if the next part of this run maintains the noir vibe but I really hope it does and tells me about Layla Miller and the stuff she knows


  9. says:

    Continuing the great x read of 201718 and what do you know? Two good volumes in a rowX factor is the series that is the hardest for me to keep myself in continuity Each time I finish a volume I want to fast forward to the next volume to see what happens rather than read the other books along the wayIt is just such a great mix of really well written characters all wrapped up in some intricately plotted mysterious crazinessI cannot get enough of this title


  10. says:

    A solid volume for character interactions and development of their relationships with good art but the villain of the day is so perfectly designed to fit into the mutant vs human themes that it feels a little trite and the overabundance of narrative text boxes makes it kind of a slog Everyone's got a monologue in this one really Also I could have really done without the racism vs fatphobia fight tbh


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X Factor Heart of Ice

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With Mutant Town under siege and the X Cell having taken refuge there X Factor races both the clock and their own divided allegia. After reading my first X Factor collected edition by writer Peter David X Factor Second Coming it placed his entire run on the series on my list of titles to watch out for in the my book store hunts Komikon 2011 on November 19 gave me a chance to hunt for X Factor compilations at a good price I actually found two and I elected to go with Heart of IceThis hardcover actually contains two story arcs The first arc is drawn by Khoi Pham and the second arc by series regular Pablo Raimondi The artists have contrasting style that would normally clash but it works here since their respective arcs are clearly delineated The best reason to read X Factor is Peter David He infuses his scripts with humor which is his trademark Reading this book is like watching a superhero sitcom He has an established cast which utilizes to its potential by having his stories revolve the relationships in Jamie Madrox’s crew of private investigators Stage Mum placed his entire run on the series on my list of titles to watch out for in the my book store hunts Komikon 2011 on November 19 gave me a chance to hunt for X Factor compilations at a good A Faint Cold Fear (Grant County, price I actually found two and I elected to go with Heart of IceThis hardcover actually contains two story arcs The first arc is drawn by Khoi Pham and the second arc by series regular Pablo Raimondi The artists have contrasting style that would normally clash but it works here since their respective arcs are clearly delineated The best reason to read X Factor is Peter David He infuses his scripts with humor which is his trademark Reading this book is like watching a superhero sitcom He has an established cast which utilizes to its Sweet Mandarin potential by having his stories revolve the relationships in Jamie Madrox’s crew of Sweet Mandarin: The Courageous True Story of Three Generations of Chinese Women and their Journey from East to West private investigators

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