X-Factor: Scar Tissue

  • Title: X-Factor: Scar Tissue
  • Author: Peter David Emanuela Lupacchino
  • ISBN: 9780785152835
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Hardcover
  • X Factor Scar Tissue X Factor is in upheaval as one member leaves another arrives and Rictor and Rahne finally have it out over the identity of her baby s father Plus a high school student s suicide of triggers X Factor
    X Factor is in upheaval as one member leaves, another arrives, and Rictor and Rahne finally have it out over the identity of her baby s father Plus a high school student s suicide of triggers X Factor s most personal case And when a man is killed by what seems to be vampires, can the team separate fact from fiction Then, Mayor J Jonah Jameson thrusts NYC s premiere deX Factor is in upheaval as one member leaves, another arrives, and Rictor and Rahne finally have it out over the identity of her baby s father Plus a high school student s suicide of triggers X Factor s most personal case And when a man is killed by what seems to be vampires, can the team separate fact from fiction Then, Mayor J Jonah Jameson thrusts NYC s premiere detective agency into the midst of a murder investigation, but the trail seems to lead them straight back toJonah himself Collecting X FACTOR 1986 213 219.

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    About Peter David Emanuela Lupacchino


    1. 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.


    808 Comments


    1. Good adventure story. There should also be a TV show based on this one. The bald guy is boring though and so is his uniform.

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    2. Another solid entry in a great series, but a few minor detractors:1. Everyone's boobs get super enormous here for some reason;2. A lot of time is spent foreshadowing and not a huge amount delivering; and3. The scattered nature of the stories make the volume less cohesive.Still very much worth a read - Peter David's writing at least is very consistent, and always fun. I do hope they make a TV show based on this series one day.

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    3. Wow a lot happened in this one. There were varying stories that were more individual instead of the team, but there was also a NOT insignificant amount of time saving the life of Mayor Jonah Jameson

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    4. This volume's a bit slow in the very beginning, but after that it gets pretty AMAZING with TONS of great character moments that will really effect the story from this point on. Awesome art throughout as well! Darwin is the Kenny of this series. He is the underdog that never wins, but you still want to cheer on. Pip is good for comedic moments. Monet's reaction to his "well, HELLOOOO nurse!" was perfect! Poor Rictor never catches a break. He is Rahne's best friend when it all comes down to it. I [...]

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    5. Here is the thing about Peter David, and keep in mind I like him as a writer, he really doesn't write for the modern comics market. In some ways there is nothing wrong with that, as I plan to binge read the end of his run on X-Factor (beginning with this TPB). What this means is that story points set up in TPB 12 will likely be resolved by TPB 21.David began his career at the time when writers stayed on a title for years and story lines would stretch on for longer for three-six issues. This trad [...]

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    6. The group are hired by J. Jonah Jameson to find the killer of his friend. Things get more complicated when super powered people are responsible. Meanwhile, Rictor has found out that Rahne's baby is not his. As always this is a great character led read, you really feel for some of the characters. A very good read.

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    7. The Darwin stories, particularly his dream/revelation are quite good [8/10]. I'm not that fond of the vampire story that follows [6/10], but the Spider-Man/JJJ arc that finishes off the volume is good fun, with interesting interactions with the rest of the Marvel universe [7/10].

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    8. A fairly decent collection. The main story, where the team deals with Spider-Man's supporting cast, is fun (and Luppachino's art is gorgeous, as always), and the single stories are no slouches either. Good stuff.

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    9. Individual issues on marvel unlimited

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    10. Could have done ENTIRELY WITHOUT the Rahne plot here.

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    11. Lindo dibujo, entretenida historia, y unos cuantos chistes muy graciosos. Lo suficiente como para dejarme promediar para arriba sin culpa.

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    12. Unfortunately, this volume wasn't up to Peter David's usual X-Factor standards.

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    13. Endlich geht es wieder aufwärts mit der Handlung

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    14. Segunda saga de X-Factor en castellano publicado directamente en tomo recopilatorio.

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    15. Como siempre Peter David entretiene.

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