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Marvel X Factor Collection of 10 all sealed Lot 2
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 Archangel (comics): Just the facts...
Archangel (Warren Kenneth Worthington III) is a comic book (A magazine devoted to comic strips) superhero (additional info and facts about superhero) in the Marvel Comics (additional info and facts about Marvel Comics) universe (Everything that exists anywhere).
As the result of a secondary mutation, Archangel also developed a "healing factor" and can heal others by mixing his blood with theirs, although this mutation is limited in potency and cannot aid the terminally wounded.
He is a mutant ((biology) an organism that has characteristics resulting from chromosomal alteration) and is a member of the X-Men (additional info and facts about X-Men) and (formerly) X-Factor (additional info and facts about X-Factor).
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 Apocalypse (comics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A little known fact is that Apocalypse was created as a last minute replacement for the Owl, a Daredevil villain who original X-Factor writer Bob Layton wanted to use as X-Factor's main villain.
Apocalypse was once planned to be the mastermind behind the Weapon X project that gave Wolverine his adamantium skeleton.
Apocalypse appears as one of the boss characters in the X-Men vs. Street Fighter and Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter arcade games.
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 Marvel Directory
Bishop and Shard were the two youngest mutants to be promoted to be officers in the X.S.E., and Shard was the youngest commanding officer in the history of the X.S.E. Some time after taking command of her own squad in the X.S.E., Shard was killed.
Shard returned to X-Factor, and is attempting to turn X-Factor into the prototype team for a revival of the X.S.E. in the present day.
Strength level : As a photon-based light form, Shard appears to have the same level of strength she had in human form: that of a normal woman of her age, height, and build who engages in intensive regular exercise.
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 Captain Comics Round Table -> Randy's Reviews for 8/20/2003 - SPOILERS
This title does not need a cheesecake factor to sell comics, and the inclusion of such a factor is frankly repulsive.
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Fisher helps out Dinah by bringing her the communicator, and Oracle is able to direct Huntress to where Dinah is being held.
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 Comics
X-factor 1: Scott meets Jean again and they form X-factor with Hank, Bobby and Angel, reuniting the Original Five as Scott leaves his wife, Madelyne, and his son, Nathan Summers, to be with Jean and fight evil.
Giant X-men 1: Scott meets Logan, Storm, Kurt and the rest of the new X-men for the first time.
UXM 154: Corsair is revealed to be Christopher Summers, Scott and Alex's father.
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 Discordia Inc. - The Official Rhesus Factor FAQ
Rhesus Factor was a fifty issue storyline published by Bald Eagle Comics from May 1991 to October 1995.
Amongst the Rhesus Factor fans, the first twelve issues are collectively known as the 'Zinc Age' (after the tendency to refer to early comics as Golden or Silver age).
When a metahuman created by the Rhesus Serum dies, their bodies have a tendency to explode as a result of rapid decomposition of dead tissue catalyzed by the Rhesus Serum mutagen.
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 Mutant Liberation Front - X-Factor [Spoilers]
The writer finally confirmed what’s been long expected, an X-Factor series spinning out of the events of both the Madrox series and House of M is in the works.
Hey Zaphod you said that Layla Miller is showing up in X-Factor right?
the backup characters i've heard are wolfsbane, strong guy, siryn, m (from generation x), and someone i can't remember...
www.sketchyorigins.com /comics/showthread.php?t=8967   (748 words)

  
 Comic Book Resources Forums - Where does Wolfsbane belong?
Also, considering Wolfsbane apparently just left the cast of New X-Men: Academy X (a book which uses many former New Mutants as teachers of a new class), and considering the announcement of a book called New Exacalibur, AND considering the persistant rumours of a new X-Factor book, where do you think that she belongs now?
Recent developments would make an association with the original New Mutants difficult, and a team like that doesn't seem to be on the cards anyway, so pairing her with the likes of Guido and Jamie in X-Factor seems like the way to go.
I find it very interesting, that Wolfsbane aka Rahne Sinclair, at one time or another was a member of three X-teams, each with a long lasting series.
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 Comics Continuum
X-Factor #1 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from Marvel Comics.
X-Factor #1 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.50.
Taskmaster #3 will arrive in stores on Wednesday from Marvel Comics.
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 rec.arts.comics.marvel.xbooks_FAQ:_4_5
He was researching the "genetic source" of mutations (the X-factor), and isolated a hormone that would activate the X-factor.
The Savage Land is one of the fixations of Stan Lee, co-creator of much of the Marvel Universe, that has survived longer than other favored plot ideas of his (how many Marvel comics are taking place around a circus currently, for instance?).
Morph is based on an X-Men associate named the Changeling who appeared in very early issues of the comic; he is now deceased.
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 Marvel Directory
The Changeling freed Professor X and the Banshee, whose sonic scream shattered the Mutant Master's disguise, revealing him to be a green, tentacled alien.
The X-Men also learned that their old adversaries, the Blob, the original Mastermind, Unus the Untouchable, and the Vanisher, were all agents of Factor Three.
The X-Men went to Europe to invade the base only to be captured by Factor Three and taken inside.
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 Knightmare6's Comics & Graphic Novels FAQ - X-Men
The first X-Factor team was created by the original X-Men (Scott Summers, Jean Grey, Hank McCoy, Warren Worthington and Robert Drake) to help locate mutants and secretly teach them to use their powers or put them in touch with others that could help.
The second X-Factor team was a U.S. government-backed initiative to use mutants to police other mutants, after the failure of Freedom Force.
Professor Charles Francis Xavier first thought up the idea with Amelia Vought and Erik Magnus Lensherr, both of whom would later become allies and enemies to Charles' dream of mutant and human prosperity.
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 The Women of Marvel Comics: Malice!
Team affiliation: When in league with Mister Sinister, Malice was partial to Polaris of X-Factor (Uncanny X-Men 221-222) although left on her own she tried to destroy Polaris rather than be permanently tied to her (X-Factor 102-105).
The Sue Richards' version of Malice appears to be a psychological manifestation of Sue's own dark side left over from the Infinity Wars; in any case, it is not the mutant of the same name that dogs the X-Folks.
This page is not produced by Marvel Comics, but the images and characters featured on this page are trademarked and copyrighted by Marvel Comics.
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 Mutant Liberation Front - Favorite Cyclops look
Nothing looks better than the last X-Factor costume he wore, which had the large X in the classic blue and gold with the open top of the mask.
I know i like the old X Factor look with the thick visor and the full length spandex that went over his head.
Ummmmm not to be a total geek here but if I'm not mistaken Cyclops' visor was like that in AoA because Wolverine had carved out one of his eyes.
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 Strong Guy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Guido was placed in suspended animation, and after he healed and was revived, he chose to accompany Lila and her band in their travels instead of rejoining the increasingly fractitious X-Factor team.
He remained a member of X-Factor until his body was overloaded with kinetic energy while saving Lila Cheney and his teammates from an alien bomb.
Born to Italian parents, Guido was the long-time roadie and bouncer for the mutant musician Lila Cheney.
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 Printer Friendly: X-Men: Inferno Review - Silver Bullet Comics
Inferno is the culmination of the ongoing storylines involving Madelyne Pryor, her marriage to Scott Summers, their child, the apparent death of the X-Men, the return of Jean Grey, the formation of X-Factor, Mr.
N'Astirh, incidentally, was involved with the X-Factor adventure that preceded Inferno.
For a complete list of Inferno tie-ins, visit The Unofficial Comics Crossover Index on the web.
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 rec.arts.comics.marvel.xbooks FAQ: 4/8
Inferno ended when Madelyne killed herself in X-Factor #38 (who then fled as a psychic presence into Jean's mind, only to be expelled forever in X-Factor #50, but that's a minor subplot).
Unlike a lot of comic book deaths (and all the cliches that go along with that term), Phoenix's was referred back to by the characters, and actually had some long-term effect on the path of the comic book.
(Marvel Age #81 and #82 show some of these early sketches.) Walter Simonson, husband of then-NM-writer Louise Simonson, recalled the design process in a message on racmx: The design for Cable [was] originally one of several designs Rob did for a villain (designs done for Stryfe IIRC).
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 Amazon.co.uk: X-Men: Inferno: Books
X-Factor (the original X-men, Cyclops, Angel, Beast, Marvel Girl and Icemen) together with the X-Men and the New Mutants now have to fight the Goblin Queen who has allied herself with the demons.
Amongst all of this, Madelyn Prior, the wife of Scott Summers (cyclops) of X-Factor, and clone of Jean Grey, betrays her teammates of the x-men for a lot of power.
Even if you own the original comics, i can recommend this book.
www.amazon.co.uk /exec/obidos/ASIN/0785102221   (484 words)

  
 Comics
X-factor 1: Scott meets Jean again and they form X-factor with Hank, Bobby and Angel, reuniting the Original Five as Scott leaves his wife, Madelyne, and his son, Nathan Summers, to be with Jean and fight evil.
A orphan, red on black eyes and he could channel his powers through his eyes when he was first introduced..Could be my imagination running into overdrive here but you got to admit...it could be fun!
Which he does at the end of the comic again.
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 CEC Newsletter - Required Reading
Jo: Spinning out of the highly underrated Madrox mini, X-Factor was going to be called X-Factor Investigations and is the noir tale of Jamie Madrox, the Multiple Man, Private Dick.
These are truly entertaining comics from the Bronze Age of comics.
Along with his rag tag team of mutants (a group of fan favorites) they'll solve mysteries and look good doing it (thank you Ryan Sook).
www.collectorsedgecomics.com /news/ReqRead/rr200511/reqread.asp   (1039 words)

  
 Mile High Comics: Americomics: ARMAGEDDON FACTOR: THE CONCLUSION
To view and order the issues and variants of this title, see ARMAGEDDON FACTOR: THE CONCLUSION in the Mile High Comics iStore.
Mile High Comics: Americomics: ARMAGEDDON FACTOR: THE CONCLUSION
For permission please contact Lynne MacAfee at lynne@milehighcomics.com.
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 X-MEN COMIC BOOK QUESTIONS
He was researching the "genetic source" of mutations (the X-factor), and isolated a hormone that would activate the X-factor.
The Savage Land is one of the fixations of Stan Lee, co-creator of much of the Marvel Universe, that has survived longer than other favored plot ideas of his (how many Marvel comics are taking place around a circus currently, for instance?).
The Externals first showed up in the storylines of Rob Liefeld in X- Force #10.
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 Bullseye (comics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It was not necessary for Bullseye to have a mutant healing factor to receive his adamantium as only a very small fraction of his bones have been entirely replaced and the rest of his skeleton is merely fortified with strips of the metal which does not interfere with his skeleton's ability to create blood cells.
Bullseye is in overall exceptional physical condition, with the agility, reflexes, stamina, and speed of a professional or Olympic athlete.
In one of the more famous deaths in comics history, the two villains battled it out, and Bullseye impaled Elektra on her own sai.
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 Alternative comics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The term "alternative comics" is one of several labels applied to a range of comics that have appeared since about 1980, in the wake of the underground comix movement of the late 1960s and early 70s.
Another important factor in the establishment of alternative comics was the emergence in the late 1970s of the publishing house Fantagraphics.
In all of these ways, "alternative" comics build directly on the precedent set by underground comix.
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 Skids (comics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Skid's bacame involved with X-Factor after the events of the Mutant Massacre.
Skids is a fictional character, a mutant superhero from Marvel Comics.
Skids had a long term relationship with Rusty Collins, beginning in their days in the X-Terminators.
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 Shard (comics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shard has also since been recreated in the present, as a computer construct, and became a clandestine member of the government-sponsored X-Factor team.
Shard was an officer in Xavier's Security Enforcers (X.S.E.) with her brother Bishop in their native timeline in the 2080s.
Bishop eventually travelled back in time, to the present, in an effort to track down one of his time's most-wanted criminals, where he became stuck in the present day and became a member of the X-Men, his idols.
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 Origin (comics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Origin is a six-issue comic book limited series published by Marvel Comics from November 2001 to July 2002, written by Bill Jemas, Joe Quesada and Paul Jenkins, and illustrated by Andy Kubert (pencils) and Richard Isanove (color).
Origin tells the story of the origin of the superhero Wolverine, best known as a member of the X-Men.
However, Origin heavily implies that his healing factor is the cause of his memory loss.
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 Leech (comics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
While a good number of the Morlocks were killed, Leech himself survived along with Artie and Caliban after they were rescued by the Power Pack and the X-Terminators (the X-Factor in their mutant roles).
Leech is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe who first appeared in the Uncanny X-Men as a Morlock, a member of a group of mutants whose natural deformaties make them unable to pass as humans and are thus forced to live in the sewers under the city of Manhattan.
Leech has appeared in a few episodes of the X-Men Animated Series, most notably in the Christmas episode "Have Yourself a Morlock Little X-Mas" where he needed a blood transfusion from Wolverine (thereby passing on his healing ability to Leech just long enough for him to fight off his disease).
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