Get Me Orange Juice, I’m High on X-Factor

Well, I’m hooked. The current Peter David X-Factor run I finally started shows much promise and I’m excited to pick up the other trades. I have a lot to catch up on. To celebrate my new love, I’m posting auctions that include the creative team of the first trade. Peter David and Ryan Sook in particular.

Will this ever be “worth” anything because it was signed by Peter David? No. Deal in reality. But if you’re going to own the issue (and you should) you may as well own one signed by David for only a dollar more.

Because I’m not a huge DC man or Mignola reader, I wasn’t intimately familiar with Ryan Sook prior to checking his X-Factor work. But I soon realized that I’ve passed by his material dozens of times. His range of work is so broad and multifaceted there is almost no disliking him as a artist. Here he is doing his best Mignola.

One Comment

  1. Posted January 22, 2011 at 6:18 am | Permalink

    I’ve recently started buying comics again and this is one of my favorite books.

    One of my biggest complaints about the X-Books is the most part, none of them are a distinct team. In the nineties you knew who was on X-Force, X-Factor, New Mutants, New X-Men, Uncanny, Excalibur. Sure there was some overlap. But now it feels like I get Cyclops, Emma Frost, Wolverine in EVERY book.

    I like X-Factor because it stands on its own. You know the team. You are familiar with the team.

    I find myself enjoying the Avengers titles more these days because New Avengers, Secret Avengers, Avengers, Academy…they are all separate and distinct teams in each book.

    /end rant

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