His talk with Rahne really resonated with me so much!!! I think Neil Edwards and Karl Kesel did amazing together.
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Havok and Jamie have very different leading styles. Terry fighting a real Theresa and Polaris taking Rahne on a girls Road trip was a nice story.
Terry fighting a real banshee in the form of the Morrigan was great! How Guido asked Monet out was sweet! Jezebel is an interesting character! Seeing how Layla sees possible different paths is sooo fascinating! I read that issue multiple times! That really is an interesting power for her. Poor Guido and Monet though. Neither is in the bad there.
This was a cool volume! Punishment is pointless without learning from it and moving on. This collects issues -- and, yes, that is only 4 issues, which is an annoying trend I'm seeing from more and more comic book companies for their TPBs. But part of what drives that in this case is how the story-lines fall together.
And this volume collects a convenient set of excellent between-arc tales -- from taking a morose and guilt-ridden Wolfsbane on an all-girl road trip, to Banshee facing a real Irish supernatural threat, to Layla dealing with the fact she doesn't know how things This collects issues -- and, yes, that is only 4 issues, which is an annoying trend I'm seeing from more and more comic book companies for their TPBs. And this volume collects a convenient set of excellent between-arc tales -- from taking a morose and guilt-ridden Wolfsbane on an all-girl road trip, to Banshee facing a real Irish supernatural threat, to Layla dealing with the fact she doesn't know how things are going to turn out any more -- but does know an array of ways things might turn out, depending on what she does.
All of that with plenty of soap opera and wry wit in-between, and some decent artwork. Worth picking up. Dec 08, Shannon Appelcline rated it really liked it Shelves: comics , comics-marvel , comics-marvel-xmen.
David does a nice job here of creating stories that are relatively self-contained while still continuing the soap operatic X-Factor saga. The Rahne focus in the first issue is good too, especially since it responds to issues from X-Force. The rest of the story is OK, with some battle with an Irish deity or something. Feb 04, Alan rated it liked it. While there are few more volumes left in this series one can see Peter David laying the groundwork for some of the final stories. Monet's and Guido's date, Layla no longer being the perfect "one who kows" Rahine's issues about religion and her child, well hell everyone has issues in X-Factor.
They key is that they keep trying to do the right thing even when they are falling apart. A collection of small stories make up this trade. You won't be overwhelmed, but ideally entertained.
Mar 20, Philip rated it liked it Shelves: Another X-Factor collection where I enjoyed the stories and the art was a mixed bag I liked the issues pencilled by Neal Edwards fine, but really did not care for those pencilled by Paul Davidson. It seems Marvel has stopped bothering to include an older, vaguely-related issue to pad the page count. Nov 12, Nicole Chiodo Soares rated it really liked it. The final issue in the collection, Run Layla Run, is my favorite.
Very touching. I was underwhelmed with the road trip story.
That story could have been hugely improved with input from a woman. It was a disservice to the pain Rahne is going through and the depth of her story to throw in that cliche road trip crap.
If it weren't for Run Layla Run, I would've only given this collection 3 stars. Aug 04, Angela rated it liked it Shelves: graphic-novels , marvel. The girls go on a road trip to help Rahne. Layla has a very busy day. Oh and there is another Banshee. I really liked the road trip story. The running story with different possibilities was really clever and thought provoking. A good read. Mar 29, Sharon rated it liked it Shelves: kindle , graphic-novels.
Individual issues on marvel unlimited. Mar 20, Frans Karlsson rated it liked it Shelves: comics-x-factor.
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The Strong Guy and Rahne are developed more during these episodes. Good stories with a bit of a filler and starting point feeling. Dec 04, Stephanie rated it really liked it Shelves: comics , marvel. But they're good ones so what can you do. Feb 19, Cellerbe rated it really liked it Shelves: read-comics , marvel , want-to-own-hardcopy. I really enjoyed this book because it had a lot of Layla Miller and Jamie moments, which they are my favorite characters. This series is by far my favorite and it will be hard to beat it! Spoonkick rated it it was amazing Aug 27, Abbiegale Johnson rated it really liked it Apr 07, Steven Matview rated it liked it Jan 07, Laura rated it really liked it May 15, Bradley Valentine rated it really liked it Mar 30, Paul Gvildys rated it really liked it Feb 26, Suzanne rated it it was amazing Dec 17, Markus rated it liked it Nov 05, Jamie Emery rated it it was ok May 11, Jacobus Nieuwoudt rated it it was amazing Apr 24, Memphis Evans rated it really liked it May 16, Michael rated it really liked it Nov 21, Ian rated it really liked it Oct 20, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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