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In the aftermath of the battle with Hela, the team is in upheaval. One member leaves...another arrives...Rictor and Rahne finally have it out over the identity of her baby's father. Guaranteed to be the most emotional issue of X-Factor this month!
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Poor Darwin 0

As someone who really has not cared for Peter David's handling of Darwin, this Darwin-focused issue of X-Factor is the least enjoyable issue since the series' Secret Invasion tie-ins. This is not only for Darwin's handling but also the fact that this is just a purposely confusing issue.  Darwin's mutant ability to quickly adapt to survive anything is a really unique and interesting power, but David has always handled it in a very over-the-top fashion that often seems to go outside what the power...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

"Whistling The Good,The Bad and The Ugly theme". 0

Issue 214 of X-Factor.  The Story: Darwin is in the desert just wandering but meets an old western hooker and she takes him to a town were the sheriff is talking about the apocalypse and reveals that he is the son of somebody Darwin knows.  The Good: As always Peter David makes this issue very fun,putting in referencial humour were it makes sense and even tho I know very little about Darwin I still care for what is happening to Darwin very quickly and the set up will pay off in the biggets way p...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Clint Eastwood who? 0

Darwin has decided to take a break from X- Factor and is now on his own after the confrontation with Hela. As he walks on by, he encounters a damsel in distress, a giant dragon, and a long forgotten western town, ripped right out of movies, literally.   The Good: Peter David knocks another issue right out of the park. I really loved this issue because of how well David explores and expands Darwin's character and also the story altogether of the book. This is really a big setup book for what is t...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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