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eBook X-Factor Forever (X-Factor (Unnumbered)) ePub

by Louise Simonson,Dan Panosian,Eric Nguyen

  • ISBN: 0785147993
  • Category: Publishers
  • Subcategory: Funnies
  • Author: Louise Simonson,Dan Panosian,Eric Nguyen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Marvel; First Edition edition (November 10, 2010)
  • Pages: 176
  • ePub book: 1518 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1557 kb
  • Other: mobi lit lrf azw
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 140

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Louise Simonson did something no other writer for Marvel has ever done; she made Apocalypse more than a one demensional character.

Louise Simonson did something no other writer for Marvel has ever done; she made Apocalypse more than a one demensional character. Whenever Marvel uses him he always appeared uninteresting, flat, but Ms. Simonson made him a more complete character, even a little sympathic. An all around good read.

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X-Factor Forever book. For the main story, Dan Panosian and Eric Nguyen are great at depicting all folks in colorful costumes or otherwise extraordinary An alternate timeline if a certain writer had stayed on past her last issue, eh? Not a bad idea. X-Factor in this stage will always be a high point of the X titles for me.

X-Factor Forever' loses some steam at the halfway point, but it. .The visuals are a little erratic this issue, with Dan Panosian and Eric Nguyen splitting up art duties.

X-Factor Forever' loses some steam at the halfway point, but it still makes me miss Louise Simonson's 'X-Factor. Simonson had taken a poorly written book and transformed it into a lot of fun, and when she left it was around the time that the X-books in general became a lot more grim and depressing.

Louise Simonson, Dan Panosian. THEY'RE BACK! Once they were Xavier's young charges: mutant teens who bore the responsibility of protecting a world that hated them. But time has hardened these five X-Men, forcing them to reimagine their mission and purpose. And now, the original dream team returns to fight the one threat that's haunted them since the day they took on the X-Factor name

Dan Panosian/Cover Artist. Louise Simonson/Writer. Join legendary X-scribe Louise Simonson as she reunites with the title and characters she made famous for an epic in the FOREVER tradition!

Dan Panosian/Cover Artist. Dan Panosian/Penciler. Dave Sharpe/Letterer. Join legendary X-scribe Louise Simonson as she reunites with the title and characters she made famous for an epic in the FOREVER tradition! Notes. Includes an article by Louise Simonson on where she left off with X-Factor and why she decided to return to the plots she originally worked on. Also includes "X-Factor Saga", summing up the history of the team up to the point at which the story diverges from the original series, written by Michael Hoskin and designed by Jeff Powell.

Written by LOUISE SIMONSON Penciled by DAN PANOSIAN, ERIC NGUYEN & ALUIR ALMANCIO Cover by DAN PANOSIAN APOCOLYPSE WAS RIGHT. In the wake of last issue's devastating climax, X-Factor has discovered that the ancient mutant's portents of doom were more than idle threats.

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Read X-Factor Forever comic online free and high quality. Fast loading speed, unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next page. Join legendary X-scribe Louise Simonson as she reunites with the title and characters she made famous for an epic in the FOREVER tradition! Issue(s).

Aluir Amancio Dan Panosian Eric Nguyen Jim Charalampidis Louise Simonson Terry Austin. X-Factor Epic Collection: All-New, All-Different X-Factor. Save Published Format.

THEY'RE BACK! Once they were Xavier's young charges: mutant teens who bore the responsibility of protecting a world that hated them. But time has hardened these five X-Men, forcing them to reimagine their mission and purpose. And now, the original dream team returns to fight the one threat that's haunted them since the day they took on the X-Factor name. Join legendary X-scribe Louise Simonson as she reunites with the title and characters she made famous for an epic in the FOREVER tradition! COLLECTING: X-Factor Forever #1-5, X-Factor #63-64

Comments

Kadar Kadar
Admittedly I bought this because it contains the first part of the seminal and excellent Portacio run on X-Factor (the latter half of it is reprinted in X-Men Epic Collection: Mutant Genesis) and I considered the new retro 'What If' story a "bonus", but it was terrible; the Simonson story itself was mediocre and the art -done in the "modern" style- was ghastly bad!
Brakree Brakree
Louise Simonson did something no other writer for Marvel has ever done; she made Apocalypse more than a one demensional character. Whenever Marvel uses him he always appeared uninteresting, flat, but Ms. Simonson made him a more complete character, even a little sympathic. An all around good read.
Vivaral Vivaral
The idea of Louise Simonson coming back to write a continuation of her run of X-Factor is enticing but I don't think this was executed well. The Celestials were some of my least favorite elements of that earlier run so seeing them again wasn't pleasing. Apocalypse seemed beneath himself and his journal entries were monotonous. The dialogue was fitting for the era but the story wasn't what is could have been. Overall, basically a sense of nostalgia but not much substance.