X-Factor (1986 2013 Complete) l 3.81 GB
X-FACTOR (vol. 1) 001-149 (1986-1998) and -1 (1997)
X-FACTOR (vol. 2) 1-4 (the mostly forgotten 2002 miniseries)
X-FACTOR (vol. 3) 01-50 (2006-2009)
X-FACTOR 200-253 (2010-2013 current ongoing series) and 224.1 (2011)
X-FACTOR ANNUAL 1-9 (1986-1994)
FACTOR X 1-4 (1995 Age of Apocalypse miniseries)
MADROX 1-5 (2004-2005 Marvel Knights miniseries)
and 4 more specials:
PRISONER OF LOVE (1990)
LAYLA MILLER (2008)
THE QUICK AND THE DEAD (2008)
NATION X (2010)
X-Factor is a series featuring a team of superheroes, published by Marvel Comics. It is a spin-off from the popular X-Men franchise. The series has been relaunched several times with different team rosters, most recently in X-Factor volume 3 as X-Factor Investigations.
X-Factor launched in 1986, featuring a team composed of the five original X-Men. In 1991, the founding members were incorporated back into the regular X-Men series, and X-Factor relaunched as a U.S. government-sponsored team incorporating many secondary characters from the X-Men mythos. The series was canceled in 1998.
In 2002, a four-part X-Factor mini-series detailed an investigation by the Mutant Civil Rights Task Force into an alleged conspiracy by hate-groups to commit murder against mutants.
In 2005, a new X-Factor series was launched, following the mutant detective agency X-Factor Investigations. Written by Peter David, the series drew acclaim from Ain't It Cool News, as well as controversy for establishing a romantic relationship between Rictor and Shatterstar, a move criticized by Shatterstar's co-creator, Rob Liefeld. The series also won a 2011 GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comic Book.
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