Weekly Watcher World Premiere

Weekly Watcher World Premiere: X-Factor #50

It's Thursday and that means it's time for the Watcher World Premiere! This week, enjoy a sneak peek at X-FACTOR #50 by writer Peter David and artist Valentine De Landro.

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It's Thursday and that means it's time for the Watcher World Premiere! This week, enjoy a sneak peek at X-FACTOR #50 by writer Peter David and artist Valentine De Landro.

Cover for X-FACTOR #50, art by David Yardin
X-FACTOR #50 art by Valentine De Landro

Want to see more? Catch the full preview of X-FACTOR #50 in the September 25 episode of the "Weekly Watcher." Enjoy the full preview of last week's Watcher World Premiere of ASSAULT ON NEW OLYMPUS #1 below!

Cover art for ASSAULT ON NEW OLYMPUS #1, art by Adi Granov
Preview art for ASSAULT ON NEW OLYMPUS #1 by Rodney Buchemi
Preview art for ASSAULT ON NEW OLYMPUS #1 by Rodney Buchemi
Preview art for ASSAULT ON NEW OLYMPUS #1 by Rodney Buchemi
Preview art for ASSAULT ON NEW OLYMPUS #1 by Rodney Buchemi
Preview art for ASSAULT ON NEW OLYMPUS #1 by Rodney Buchemi
Preview art for ASSAULT ON NEW OLYMPUS #1 by Rodney Buchemi
Preview art for ASSAULT ON NEW OLYMPUS #1 by Rodney Buchemi

 

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colossalpikachu
colossalpikachu

I've only be getting X-Factor since the Messiah Complex crossover but I've not really been enjoying the stories or the artwork. I'll stick with it because I'm a sucka for most 'X' related groups but I wish they'd draft in better artists and more interesting plots. The characters are pretty dull too I've never seen the appeal of Strong Guy, Longshot or M as they are so one dimensional and Darwin seems to be seriously undervalued in these books, his power has great potential but it's only been used defensively so far in every story he's in.

Nova1
Nova1

Then it is going on to #200 with the next issue (I think). :lol:

mrpatrickcunningham
mrpatrickcunningham

Peter David is a genious. If he brought Howard the Duck into X-Factor, I would have his back. I can't believe X-Factor is on it's 50th issue already. It still feels so fresh.