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All-New X-Factor (2014) #2

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X-FACTOR IS BACK…LIKE NEVER BEFORE! Serval Industries, one of the world's most trusted names in electronics and leader in cutting-edge internet and weapons technology, has just unveiled their newest contribution to society…the All-New X-Factor. Led by mutant mistress of magnetism, Polaris, the team uses its corporate backing for the betterment of society. With her half-brother Quicksilver, notorious thief, Gambit, and more by her side, can Polaris trust that her corporate masters really have good intentions?
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  • Imprint: Marvel Universe
  • Rating: Rated T+
  • Format: Comic
  • Price: $3.99
  • UPC: 75960607955100211
  • FOC Date: Jan 08, 2014
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flashydragon member

sounds like he doesn't like to think about hell much.

wotansstaff member

And not looking to the Doc Strange movie either I suppose?


You have lost a customer for this magazine.  In issue# 3, you have a pet of the character, Gambit, named lucifer.  I for one am frustrated with the promotion/appreciation of sorcery and evil things now-a-days.  And, in comic books...lucifer, really?  Then later in the magazine, you promote sorcery.  Do what you want to entertain(?), but, I cannot in good consciousness spend my money on such things.  Is it really necessary to promote such things?  

pmgunny member

Really? This isn't Archie. You're reading Marvel and upset that sorcery comes up? That's like going to a Michael Bay movie and complaining about all the explosions.

sawyer42477 member

I think you kinda missed the point, I don't mean to insult you or anything, but the point of comics is to make a fun world where stuff goes down you can't really "promote" sorcery since it isn't even a real thing.