- Series: Epic Collection: X-Factor
- Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Marvel (March 7, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1302900684
- ISBN-13: 978-1302900687
- Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 0.8 x 10.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 10 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #419,806 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Jean Grey alive? Find out what happened to her after the infamous Dark Phoenix Saga. What a great collection of comics." -- J.M. Guillemette
"Cleverly done, how they brought back Jean Grey. I had no idea Kurt Busiek came up with the premise. I like how it crossed over with the Avengers and Fantastic Four as well. Marvel at its best." -- Chad Harmon
"Some of the best writing from the '80s ... it skillfully combines action with intense drama. The characters confront their problems, and second guess themselves in a very believable fashion. It has stood the test of time, and come out quite well. For any older fans that are thinking of buying this, it will remind you why we enjoyed this medium in the first place." -- Daniel J. Mooney
"A smartly written tale of the original X-Men -- a team for the first time since 1970 -- trying to save mutants under the guise of human Mutant Hunters." -- Derek Moreland
"X-Factor is the reformation of the classic X-Men with a new resurrected Jean Grey, Her death and resurrection were both surprisingly decent. As the hate for mutants grow the old team gets together and fakes capturing and hunting [mutants] to secretly train them to use their powers, a new twist on the same old super hero heroics." -- Dylan Luciano
"X-Factor is fantastic fun." -- Robert Crosby
"An important link in the chain of Phoenix-related events. The development of the characters and the twisting of the plot is unmatched. This particular era of Marvel's history was the finest in comic story-telling. The art is superb and the depth of the characters is what REALLY makes this worth reading.
Discover the complexity of Jean's revival. See the forming of a new superhero team." -- Napualani Ahina
"This story opened up so many story possibilities -- especially the emotional tug-of-war that Cyclops had to face.... Reading this carefully, one can see the seeds being planted for future storylines in the X-books like 'Inferno' and 'X-cutioner's Song.' Overall solid writing and art throughout. Long live Jean Grey." -- Edmund Lau Mok Ming
"What really struck me reading this collection is the difference in the detail and style of art in the Avengers story by John Buscema and Tom Palmer and the rest of the book (Buscema and Palmer were amazing). Overall this is a good read, but it is really a primer for material to come." -- Wayne Markley
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And this is only a brief summary of all of the character growth that occurs throughout this book. It reminds you that the X-Men are only human beings and that they're a family.
Introduces the characters and shows the at the time, shocking return of Jean Grey.