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A man is dead, apparently the victim of a vampire attack. But is it truly some random crime of violence? Or is it, as his daughter believes, an elaborate ruse, designed to draw attention away from the real culprit? And can X-Factor separate fact from fiction?



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This marriage would have ended badly anyways. 0

Issue 215 of X-Factor.  The Story: Jamie and Layla investigate the murder of a man who was killed by a vampire after the events of the "Curse of the Mutants" storyline who the client thinks her stepmother killed him.  The Good: Peter David knows how to put comedie well in this by using Jamie's dupe's well,big plus for having a Dirty Harry dupe.Also we get development with Layla's subplot of her learning magic from Dr.Doom that was from issue 200 to 203 (I haven't read it but I will get the trade...

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Stakeout 0

X- Factor is back from Vegas and they just can't seem to catch a break, can they?  The Good: This is one of the darkest issues of X- Factor that I have read in recent memory. A woman hires X- Factor to find her dad's killer, who appears to be a vampire. Fortuanetly, it is much more then that. It is a really fun, self contained issue with some of that Peter David humor sprinkled along. I don't really have many words to describe how good this series is issue after issue without repeating myself so...

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