Thereâ€™s no need to repeat my love for Peter Davidâ€™s X-Factor and its valiant leader, Jamie Madrox; Iâ€™ve said it all before. But X-Factor #32, once again proves to the world just why it is Jamie and the rest of X-Factor make for one of the best comics being produced at the moment. That being said, this issue did provide me with one frustration, which weâ€™ll get to at the very end.
I became a fan of X-Factor late last year, and have been in love ever since. To be fair, itâ€™s pretty much just a giant man-crush on Jamie Madrox, but there is nothing too shabby about Siren either, a character that I really do like. However, the reason I continue to keep reading X-Factor â€“ primarily â€“ is to see when in hells bells Layla Miller will return. And to anyone who wants to cry â€œMarvel continuity sucksâ€ at me for her appearance in Secret Invasion, give me a break; it was a flash-back!