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DEATH SCREAM! Siryn is dead. Again. And again. And again.


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DEATH SCREAM! Siryn is dead. Again. And again. And again.

30 review for X-Factor #6

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tanabrus

    Syrin è morta di nuovo, e adesso X-Factor ha deciso di indagare a fondo per capire il perchè di queste morti continue e soprattutto il perché la ragazza stia mentendo. Carina la prova che viene fornita delle capacità forensiche della squadra, dall'analisi della scena del crimine allo studio del cadavere, passando dall'enorme capacità del gruppo di individuare le bugie. Però in questa situazione, non so, una rapida indagine telepatica non sarebbe stata più facile e rapida? Hanno Rachel, e comunque h Syrin è morta di nuovo, e adesso X-Factor ha deciso di indagare a fondo per capire il perchè di queste morti continue e soprattutto il perché la ragazza stia mentendo. Carina la prova che viene fornita delle capacità forensiche della squadra, dall'analisi della scena del crimine allo studio del cadavere, passando dall'enorme capacità del gruppo di individuare le bugie. Però in questa situazione, non so, una rapida indagine telepatica non sarebbe stata più facile e rapida? Hanno Rachel, e comunque hanno a disposizione infiniti telepati. Capisco il voler tenere un taglio "investigativo", ma far seguire Syrin da Daken quando potresti entrargli nella testa per l'indagine lo vedo abbastanza stupido.

  2. 5 out of 5

    heidi

    X-Factor going strong. This issue delivers. I enjoyed all the interactions between the young mutants – it all seems natural and believable, and each member seems to have grown into their roles. Even JP is less of an asshole now. He seems to act more like a leader (and occasionally a dad, as Kyle has observed). - Not sure if taking Amazing Baby to the human world is a good idea, though… - And our investigate team definitely need to work on their fieldwork manners. I understand Polaris and Daken g X-Factor going strong. This issue delivers. I enjoyed all the interactions between the young mutants – it all seems natural and believable, and each member seems to have grown into their roles. Even JP is less of an asshole now. He seems to act more like a leader (and occasionally a dad, as Kyle has observed). - Not sure if taking Amazing Baby to the human world is a good idea, though… - And our investigate team definitely need to work on their fieldwork manners. I understand Polaris and Daken giving the mutantphobic police officer what he deserved… but the other two, the female detective and forensic specialist were just there doing their job. They weren't unfriendly or uncivil or anything. - I wasn't entirely sold on this Aurora-Daken thing initially. But I guess you can call me a shipper now ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ - We really need to do something about Rachel's unsightly red costume.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tiag⊗

    X-Factor is basically the mutants CSI, and I can't stand procedurals, will probably drop out. X-Factor is basically the mutants CSI, and I can't stand procedurals, will probably drop out.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Scratch

    This issue did a slightly better job of giving us insight into each character's personality, and definitely did a better job of showing how the team interacts with each other. I was particularly pleased with the brief scene where Lorna confesses to Rachel that she may have made an ill-advised drunk phone call to Havok. For those in the know, Lorna and Havok were together on-and-off (mostly on) for decades. Also, Havok is Rachel's uncle. While it might seem a little odd for a woman to confess to This issue did a slightly better job of giving us insight into each character's personality, and definitely did a better job of showing how the team interacts with each other. I was particularly pleased with the brief scene where Lorna confesses to Rachel that she may have made an ill-advised drunk phone call to Havok. For those in the know, Lorna and Havok were together on-and-off (mostly on) for decades. Also, Havok is Rachel's uncle. While it might seem a little odd for a woman to confess to her ex-boyfriend's niece that she is thinking about getting back together with him, remember-- Rachel, Lorna, and Havok traveled together for months in outer space, a few years ago. In fact, when those three started their little interstellar mission, it was, in fact, Lorna criticizing Rachel for her poor dating decisions. Rachel kissed Korvus, a Shi'ar warrior, and Lorna chastised Rachel that she had only known him for two days. So, having the two women reiterate for readers that they are, in fact, friends, is very welcome. (If Lorna and Alex ever actually get married, they'll even be family.) But as far as the plot itself goes, this issue only teed up a mystery about why Siryn died repeatedly under suspicious circumstances. I was criticizing this issue's "police procedural"-esque tone with one of my Goodreads friends. Because for all that all those police procedural shows on TV might actually encourage some kids to do well in school so they can study forensics, what good does it do here? The mutants have telepathy, enhanced senses, extra eyeballs, etc. Those are their mutations. It's not like if comic book readers study hard in school, they too can learn to grow eyeballs over their bodies that can examine the microscopic.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ian Sharman

    With every passing issue I just love this comic more. This one would have been worth the price of admission just for that opening scene of the team having breakfast and outrageously flirting with each other, but there was so much more to enjoy...from the send up of police procedurals to the incredible deep-dive throwback to Siryn's deal with the Morrigan from Peter David's X-Factor run...and everything in between. There's even some foreshadowing (hopefully) of the return of Tommy (aka Speed) to th With every passing issue I just love this comic more. This one would have been worth the price of admission just for that opening scene of the team having breakfast and outrageously flirting with each other, but there was so much more to enjoy...from the send up of police procedurals to the incredible deep-dive throwback to Siryn's deal with the Morrigan from Peter David's X-Factor run...and everything in between. There's even some foreshadowing (hopefully) of the return of Tommy (aka Speed) to the pages of Marvel Comics, after far too long an absence (aka "Billy Kaplan has a brother, remember?"). Eventually the Krakoans are going to have to deal with all the implications of branding the Scarlet Witch as "The Great Pretender" and what that means in regards to her two mutants sons, one of whom is currently married to the Emperor of space. It's likely that'll play out in the pages of S.W.O.R.D. but it'd be interesting to see what effect it has on some of the mutants who are friends with the twins. The writing is clever and witty, the art is gorgeous...if you like Baldeon's style, and I have since his work on Domino. All in all, this is one of my favourite X-titles right now, and given the quality of the line, that's really saying something!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    That was interesting. So Siryn wrote that thing about the box? Or was that some unrelated allegory of domestic abuse? She seems very much not herself. But drinking is in-character. So I'd say depression isn't too far a leap. Putting the whammy on Polaris is ominous. Speaking of Polaris, why is she being drawn with ask the squiggles around her head when she's not using her powers? Or is she always using them now? It's weird. I like the whole CSI: Mutants this book is doing. I hope they work to ke That was interesting. So Siryn wrote that thing about the box? Or was that some unrelated allegory of domestic abuse? She seems very much not herself. But drinking is in-character. So I'd say depression isn't too far a leap. Putting the whammy on Polaris is ominous. Speaking of Polaris, why is she being drawn with ask the squiggles around her head when she's not using her powers? Or is she always using them now? It's weird. I like the whole CSI: Mutants this book is doing. I hope they work to keep it fresh because it could get old wobbly quickly.

  7. 5 out of 5

    David

    I've been pretty critical of this series to date after it nosedived following #1. I found a return to form here with some character development, an interesting plot and some moments of drama. The Siryn thing is shaping up to be a fascinating storyline, I'm not sure if the last panel was supposed to be warning of something, perhaps to readers with more past knowledge of the X world, but it was a good panel and sets things up well I've been pretty critical of this series to date after it nosedived following #1. I found a return to form here with some character development, an interesting plot and some moments of drama. The Siryn thing is shaping up to be a fascinating storyline, I'm not sure if the last panel was supposed to be warning of something, perhaps to readers with more past knowledge of the X world, but it was a good panel and sets things up well

  8. 5 out of 5

    John

    Suite #6-scio mc nihil scire second movement

  9. 5 out of 5

    Roman Colombo

    So....Leah Williams is doing a wonderful job on this book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    jess

    THEE MORRIGAN

  11. 4 out of 5

    RG

    This has just lost me. Think I'll drop this one This has just lost me. Think I'll drop this one

  12. 5 out of 5

    Shawn Ingle

    One of my favorite X titles continues to deliver. Great balance of humor and drama. I also thought this issue did a good job of including meaningful moments with most members of the team.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Seth

  14. 4 out of 5

    Burton Olivier

  15. 4 out of 5

    Joanna

  16. 4 out of 5

    Khabeer Rashad

  17. 5 out of 5

    Avery

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jordyn

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jakob Morrison

  20. 4 out of 5

    Dayo Pascual

  21. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin Pauly

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jesse Peterson

  23. 4 out of 5

    M.L.D.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Rob Pettinato

  25. 5 out of 5

    Alex

  26. 4 out of 5

    Stavroula

  27. 4 out of 5

    Maurício Dantas

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jean-Paul Lane Valley

  29. 4 out of 5

    D

  30. 4 out of 5

    Anny Barros

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