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X-Factor: Time and a Half

X Factor Time and a Half Witness the most important event in the lives of Jaime Madrox and Siren the birth of their baby What will happen to X Factor and what will be the meaning for mutantkind All we can guarantee are that t

  • Title: X-Factor: Time and a Half
  • Author: Peter David Valentine De Landro Marco Santucci
  • ISBN: 9780785141716
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Witness the most important event in the lives of Jaime Madrox and Siren the birth of their baby What will happen to X Factor and what will be the meaning for mutantkind All we can guarantee are that the answers are not what you expect but that s what makes it X Factor Don t miss what is sure to be one of the most talked about books of 2009 Collects X Factor 39 45Witness the most important event in the lives of Jaime Madrox and Siren the birth of their baby What will happen to X Factor and what will be the meaning for mutantkind All we can guarantee are that the answers are not what you expect but that s what makes it X Factor Don t miss what is sure to be one of the most talked about books of 2009 Collects X Factor 39 45.

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    1. Peter David Valentine De Landro Marco Santucci

      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.

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    1. One of the best volumes of X-Factor, both because of the birth of Madrox's baby and because of the return to a certain plot from the past (in the future). About my only complaint is that the story just stops at the end of the volume.





    2. The art is greatly improved in this volume! The part with Darwin and his dad is heartbreaking, but extremely well done! The romance between Jamie and Terry is not very interesting to me. It's not bad, but not great. How the baby was handled was was great! I've never seen anything like that before and didn't see that coming for sure! The fall out is hard to read at times, but beautifully done!So many of the characters really develop so much from it. I really love how organic Peter David makes cha [...]


    3. Este tomo lo tengo en castellano en revistas (#36-41 de Panini), aunque me tardé varios años en leerlo porque me faltaban varios números en el medio. En cuanto al contenido Ufff Qué decir. Un primer capítulo durísimo, en el que el mismísimo Peter David tuvo que salir a pedirle a los fans que no espoilearan el tremendo final, seguido por otros no tan duros pero igual de densos (en el buen sentido), incluyendo un par de regresos más que esperados. No sé cómo le habrán ido en estos diez [...]


    4. Weird. This volume is where shit got real in X-factor. I remember the buzz that David created with the endings to the issues that are in this volume. I will admit, the issue with the baby was a pretty neat thing. That said, I didn't care for this story. With this volume, X-factor began to feel more like a typical X-men book, and not the street level X-factor I liked that was present earlier in the series. The scope just got a little too big for me. Also, there is a character pairing that I feel [...]


    5. This has been one of the most consistently great titles MArvel's put out in a while. Peter David really has a compelling grasp of these characters, right down to the absurdity Madrox recognizes in the supposed "noir" genre his investigatory business is in.The only reason I can't give this full marks is what seems like an abrupt ending that doesn't correspond to a logical cliffhanger. The story just cuts off at the end of the volume, which is probably more linked to Marvel's "6 issues only per tr [...]


    6. This volume might be the most insane of Peter David's entire 2000s run on X-Factor. The first issue in the volume is a jawdropper, with a genuinely shocking and tragic moment. Soon after, there's a major return that's shocking and awesome. There's also another cool return, which leads to a big same-sex kiss and relationship, and that was really nice. PAD's always been strong on characterization, and his characters shine in this arc. There's also plenty of his sharp humour. This is a fantastic ar [...]


    7. Layla's back! The art doesn't suck! Those two were real problems with previous volumes, but things get much better here. Writer Peter David leans on some too-familiar tropes - ANOTHER future where mutants are hunted by Sentinels and rounded up into concentration camps? Taking a baby off the table? Aging young characters? - but executes them well enough that "Time and a Half" is a fun comic, even if this collection does seem to stop rather than come to a natural break point.


    8. Not a good starting point for someone that only knows X-Factor from his '90s trading cards. There was a lot of Googling. That being said, it was pretty engaging. Too bad this volume wasn't one self-contained story. Fortunately I bought the next one at the same time, so hopefully the arc wraps up within another five issues.Is X-Factor always this dark? I mean, within ten pages, Madrox was teetering on the brink of suicide in a church. Whoa.


    9. Reasons to pick this one up: Madrox, Siryn's Baby, giant sentinels (Not those O*N*E* schmucks), the return of Layla Miller, Madrox (well he is The Multiple Man), Cortex, crumbly Doom, dirty sexy Monet and Shatterstar v Rictor/Guido. Peter David is buzzing on this title. Shame about the 6 issue cut-off leaving it hanging.


    10. Well this volume brings this book back to top form. Great plot twists, interesting and humorous characters, good-looking art, and a nice sense of mystery. It's nice to see Peter David get back into the groove.


    11. Lots of stuff going on in here! Baby! John Maddox! Layla Miller! Time travel! The Summers family! Shatterstar! Something called the Cortex, which I like because it makes me think of Firefly! Awesome! And it ended on a major cliffhanger and now it is too late for me to read any more tonight!


    12. I really love this series because of the characters, and I like the more detective-type stuff. I'm not a big fan of the time travel mutant stuff, though.




    13. I must say that I are less than nothing about the far future mutant plot, but the rest of the book is exploring some really interesting things.


    14. The first half of the huge time travel arc, and it's actually great. Seeing Layla return is welcome, and the reintroduction of Shatterstar's actually quite funny.






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