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Worlds and times collide in this double-sized conclusion to the year long storyline that has revitalized X-Factor. Will the Summers Rebellion triumph as is supposed to happen...or will it be derailed? Will Madrox make it back to his own time? Will Siryn, Monet and the rest of the team have their final showdown with Cortex? Will we actually learn just how it is that Layla Miller knows stuff? Will someone die? The answer to at least some of these questions is: Yes.

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Time is an illusion. Lunchtime doubly so. 0

I fell pretty far behind reading X-Factor. I has been piling up on my desk for almost 9 months. So last night I sat down and caught up... also my mind exploded. I draw a lot of parallels to Joss Whedon when describing Peter David's writing style. The diolog seems witty without being too proud of itself and each character sounds different and they all say things they would say (nothing drives me more crazy than when writers give characters lines to develop the story but don't make it seem like it...

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X-Factor #50: Back to the Future 0

Peter David's X-Factor is ultimately a classic mutant title that is reminiscent of Keith Giffen's JLA. Mutants have always been popular because of their dark foreboding future where extinction inevitable. David kept this atmosphere but blended in his sarcasm at their most somber moments. The result is something not often found in mutant melodrama, something more authentic in tragic character flaws.  This is a story about fate and how knowing what happens in the future isn't all its cracked up to...

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