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Date Posted: 15:02:41 09/25/06 Mon
Author: Seven
Subject: Re: X-Factor by Peter David similar to Angel?
In reply to: Majin Gojira 's message, "Re: X-Factor by Peter David similar to Angel?" on 17:17:31 09/24/06 Sun

I agree.

When David began writing the "All-new, All-different" X-factor in the early 90s, the main source of interest for me was the character to Jaime Madrox.

The first story involved the complexity of his super-power. How could one die? Do they have souls? Does anyone?

Original Jamie's current use of the power is also very intriguing. I truly hope that David doesn't forget about the "x-factor" dupe who is the unpredictable aspect of his psyche. This (again with the Angel reference) could be akin to the Angel/Angelus dynamic in a way that Joss maybe would have preferred.


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