X-Factor, Vol. 18: Breaking Points

X-Factor, Vol. 18: Breaking Points

Peter David Leonard Kirk / Jan 19, 2020

X Factor Vol Breaking Points The story arc that will change the face of X Factor forever As a rejected Strong Guy does the unthinkable two characters whom you never thought would come face to face are finally reunited Discoverin

  • Title: X-Factor, Vol. 18: Breaking Points
  • Author: Peter David Leonard Kirk
  • ISBN: 9780785165125
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Paperback
  • The story arc that will change the face of X Factor forever As a rejected Strong Guy does the unthinkable, two characters whom you never thought would come face to face are finally reunited Discovering a long buried secret from the past, one member of X Factor will be driven insane as, devastated by the recent tragedies befalling the team, another makes a terrible sacrifThe story arc that will change the face of X Factor forever As a rejected Strong Guy does the unthinkable, two characters whom you never thought would come face to face are finally reunited Discovering a long buried secret from the past, one member of X Factor will be driven insane as, devastated by the recent tragedies befalling the team, another makes a terrible sacrifice in hopes of making things right And when the smoke clears, X Factor s roster will be nearly halvedCOLLECTING X Factor 241 245

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      • Peter David Leonard Kirk

        aka David PetersPeter Allen David often abbreviated PAD is an American writer, best known for his work in comic books and Star Trek novels David often jokingly describes his occupation as Writer of Stuff David is noted for his prolific writing, characterized by its mingling of real world issues with humor and references to popular culture He also uses metafiction frequently, usually to humorous effect, as in his work on the comic book Young Justice.


    626 Comments

    1. The first couple of issues are nice for providing closure on some plots, slightly reducing the number of balls that David is juggling. However, it’s the last three issues, with their focus on Polaris, that really make the volume. They’re emotional and great continuity and they result in some nice changes for the book (because, let’s be honest, a certain character who leaves is pretty much annoying). The last three issues are also enough to push a good book toward great.


    2. Another solid entry in the X-Factor run - here the sense of building to conclusion is amplified, as Peter David expertly moves the pieces around the board and hints at what's to come. Characters are changing, alliances are shifting, and key players are moving away from X-Factor headquarters. It will soon spell disaster, this much is sure only 3 more trades to go. The only thing more certain? I'll sure miss this run when it's gone.


    3. Other than the first issue collected here (#241), in which alternate-reality characters from the X-Factor: They Keep Killing Madrox trade finally re-surface and try to kill Madrox (for good, ostensibly), this is a very strong collection of stories that see the X-Factor franchise move forward and in [sometimes] unexpected directions:- Rahne (Wolfsbane) is re-united with her son and vows to never leave him again. I guess her leave of absence from X-Factor was indefinitely extended.- Polaris, in a [...]


    4. I feel bad for Monet and Guido, but mostly Monet. You can't make yourself feel something you don't. Whatever you do, don't mess with Polaris! Jamie really is the best leader for X-Factor. I don't care much for Rahne's son. I like Venora better. I wish even more was done with her character! Tier and her interaction was better than his interactions with Rahne. Rictor was already badass without his powers and now that he has them back he is AMAZINGLY badass! Darwin has also really upped his badasse [...]


    5. Vol. 18 manages to balance character development with an action packed story-line (which not all previous issues have been able to do). It was an exhilarating read, and I look forward to the next X-Factor. It was especially nice to see some character development for Havok and Polaris, who I've thought for a while seemed stuck in a rut. They had yet to adjust from their return from space, and I look forward to seeing them develop on Earth. It's especially nice that Polaris gets a new costume-I ha [...]


    6. A TPB that exhibits some of Peter David's strengths as a writer. The underlying humor remains with the character's banter. What David does (as this series ran well over 200 issues) is tie up some plot threads, even some from the time before he began his career at Marvel, and introduce new ones that will take us to the end of the series.Spoilers:Rahne is reunited with her son Tier, who is being hunted by former X-Factor member Darwin. The why is something that will be revealed in a later TPB. We [...]


    7. This book is all about change. People leaving X-Factor or finding out more about themselves. Lorna finds out the truth about her parents death, and cannot deal with it. There's some nice conclusions to characters storylines. The Lorna one explains an awful lot about her character. There are some surprises especially what happens to characters to make them leave X-Factor. A very good read.


    8. Really good. Down to earth stories with adult, human interactions and a lot of humor. Polaris sums it up well: "Being a mutant isn't the be-all, end-all of who they are. It's nice, they're nice. They're what I need right now." Truer words In a world overrun with mutant bashing and mutant vs. mutant story lines, it's a pleasure to have X-Factor to turn to.


    9. This volume was really nice because each comic focused on a different character and showing what they were going through. It also managed to cut the team's numbers almost in half.


    10. I really like when a writer manages to totally change the team and bring closure and new beginnings while still doing a good story. Many changes and surprises in this one.



    11. It's the fabels of superheroesD has managed to create the x-men meets HIMYM meets Fables. I lauged I almost cried and I ca't wait for the next volume.Get well soon


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