X-Factor (1986-1998) #71C

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Published October, 1991 (Copper Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1991 for $1.00 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $3.00 USD.

Additional Issue Information:2nd Printing
Gold Cover

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  • Cutting the Mustard

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3.50

by on 8/26/2013
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hardtravelinghero
3.5

by on 9/7/2022 8:03:00 AM (Variant B)

A fun, quirky re-imagining of X-Factor, were David brings is characterization A-game to create lots of fun and tension for our merry band of government-sanctioned mutants. Stroman's art is stylized and I can see how he ended up doing some early Image comics work. The story has some goofy elements, as Madrox can be a bit of an ass (which is what makes him fun), but he'll get his by the end of the issue, right? I wonder what will become of the tension between Alex & Lorna. Quicksilver is dying and some goofy postcard leads him to DC and X-Factor to find the villain? Poor Rahne is still programmed to love Alex. I wish this had been explored more deeply, poor Rahne. How's that gonna turn out for Lorna? Val Cooper calls out Alex on his ineptness

Nissan
3.5

by on 11/27/2014 11:52:00 AM (Variant C)
Nissan
3.5

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3.5

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5

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4.5

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