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All New X-Factor #1 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 9.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: January 2014
Comic Summary: Gambit is trying to steal a small statue from a wealthy collector’s home on the grounds that it is cursed and therefore dangerous, when he is stopped by Wolverine, who chides him for both maintaining his relationship with the Thieves’ Guild and neglecting his duties as teacher at the Jean Grey School. Later, sulking at having been treated like a child, Gambit is approached by Polaris, who cryptically asks him to accompany her to Virginia. Intrigued, Gambit does so, riding on a private jet belonging to Serval Industries, a corporation for whom Polaris is currently working. Polaris tries to explain that it is a company dedicated to helping people, a fact Gambit finds suspicious, especially after one of the corporation’s apparent enemies unsuccessfully fires a missile at the jet, trying to destroy it. Nevertheless, Gambit enters Serval Industries’ massive corporate office in Virginia and meets its president and CEO, a man named Harrison Snow. Snow explains that he intends to create the world’s first corporate-owned super hero team, which he will name X-Factor, having purchased the rights to the name from Jamie Madrox. To help Gambit’s suspicion, Snow introduces him to the team’s possible next recruit, Quicksilver, who has just left the Avengers. This takes Polaris by surprise and, though they have recent bad history and despite Gambit’s belief that he is a spy for the Avengers, she reluctantly consents to his membership. Gambit is still unsure about joining, so he asks about the team’s first mission, to which Snow had been alluding. Hearing that it is to rescue some mutants who are apparently being held captive and upon who are being experimented by AIM, Gambit agrees. The three members of X-Factor soon break into the AIM facility, intent on being in and out quickly. However, deeper within the complex, Doctor Terrance Hoffman learns of arrival of the three mutants and gleefully tells his subject, the bound, mutant Fatale, that she’s about to have company.
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #1 and All New X-Factor #1 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: Gambit joins the X-Factor team and leaves the X-Men.
Variant Information: A. Salvador Larroca Variant

B. Salvador Larroca Sketch Variant

C. Skottie Young Baby Variant

D. Adam Warren Variant

E. Blank Variant

F. Second Print Variant

All New X-Factor #2 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 8.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: February 2014
Comic Summary: Rather than being worried that mutants are breaking into his facility, Dr. Terrance Hoffman is quite pleased and prepares for their arrival. Elsewhere in the facility, special traps separate Gambit, Quicksilver and Polaris, though each escapes their own without injury. Afterward, Polaris happens upon the bound Fatale and frees her. She explains that Hoffman located and retrieved them from their dimensional exile and has drained the energy which threatened to kill them. Worse, he plans to use that energy somehow. Meanwhile, back in his lab, Dr. Hoffman employs his machine to drain the last of the energy from Abyss and Reaper, transforming him into a giant, seemingly comprised of pure energy. His first target is Polaris and Fatale, who do their best to avoid his projected energy blasts. So focused is he that Hoffman doesn’t notice the arrival of Quicksilver and Gambit. Quicksilver uses his gravity-defying speed to tow Gambit up to Hoffman’s ear, into which Gambit throws a charged card. The resulting explosion knocks out Hoffman, who reverts back to human form. Incensed at their recent torture, Reaper moves to kill the helpless Hoffman, only to be stopped by Quicksilver. To X-Factor’s surprise, Reaper and Fatale bear greater enmity toward Quicksilver than the man who had been holding them captive. They all reject his apologies and swear that they will never forgive him, nor stop trying to get even.
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #1 and All New X-Factor #1 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: A. Standard Variant

B. Second Print Variant

All New X-Factor #3 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 9.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: February 2014
Comic Summary: Quicksilver reports the latest goings-on at X-Factor to Havok, who continues to want him to keep tabs on his ex-girlfriend, Polaris. Meanwhile, at Serval Industries corporate office, Gambit is making his living quarters more like a home with the presence of his three cats. Polaris tries to pet one, only to have it angrily hiss and claw at her, resulting in her almost losing control of her anger. Fortunately, she calms herself down before going too far. At that moment, Serval CEO Harrison Snow arrives and takes the duo down to the building’s sublevel where all of its computer servers are located. At the center of the network is Doctor Anton Wexler, the systems’ creator and administrator, who reports that their system has been hacked which has resulted in the theft of both information and millions of dollars. However, he has tracked the source of the hack to a previously unknown island in the Mediterranean, where he and Snow want to send X-Factor. Polaris and Gambit agree to the mission and are joined by the just-returning Quicksilver. However, as they are crossing the Atlantic in their new jet transport, the Raptor, Gambit confesses that the island is actually the headquarters of the Thieves’ Guild, of which he is the current king. Shortly after arriving, they are met by Jean Luc, a man who helped raise Gambit as a surrogate father. As requested, Jean Luc takes the trio to meet Nil, the island’s resident technomancer and the one most likely responsible for the hack. Rather proud of his ability to infiltrate Serval’s system, Nil eagerly takes the group to see the tool he recently acquired which helped him accomplish the feat. To the shock of all of X-Factor, it turns out to be a captive Danger of the X-Men. When Nil refuses to free her, Polaris does it herself. Unfortunately, the now-freed Danger seems intent on killing them all. Meanwhile, back at Serval Harrison Snow offers the captive Dr. Hoffman, recently captured by X-Factor for experimenting on mutants, a job and a promise of funding for his research.
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #1 and All New X-Factor #1 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: First time we learn all of the kittens names, previously only Oliver had been named.
Variant Information: A. Standard Variant

All New X-Factor #4 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 8.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: March 2014
Comic Summary: Though now freed, the incensed robot known as Danger vows to kill all who stand before her, including X-Factor. Her main target of interest is Nil, who has held her prisoner for weeks. Gambit and the rest of X-Factor do their best to stop her, all the while trying to convince her that they are her friends, a fact she does not seem to be able to remember. Worse, armed with her hard light construction powers, her ability to control machines (such as X-Factor’s Raptor jet) and the capability of reconstituting herself after being destroyed, X-Factor finds that Danger is too powerful. One the verge of being killed, Gambit tries the only thing of which he can think and kisses Danger on her mouth. Stunned by the action, Danger is somehow able to regain access to her memories, ending the conflict. After Nil returns the money stolen from Serval, X-Factor is on their way back to the States, accompanied by Danger. When she remarks that she has nowhere to go, Gambit surprises team leader Polaris by offering her a position with X-Factor.
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #1 and All New X-Factor #1 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: None.

All New X-Factor #5 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 8.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: April 2014
Comic Summary: In his bedroom, Gambit is startled to awaken and find Danger standing over him. She explains that while his kiss reset her basic parameters, she needs further interaction to reestablish them. The already unsettled Gambit chooses to depart before any further explanation can be given. Meanwhile, Serval Industries CEO Harrison Snow rises from his own bed, which he has shared during the night with his assistant, Linda Kwan. Before departing to prepare for a meeting with computer magnate Lemar Smaug, he asks Linda to leave by mid-morning, when his wife is scheduled to return. Snow arrives in the X-Factor living area, just as the group is discussing Gambit’s morning interaction with Danger. He informs them of the morning’s arrival of Smaug and requests their presence at his meeting with him, an invitation which Quicksilver shares with Havok during one of his secret reports to the Avenger. Later, after Mr. Smaug has arrived, Linda escorts X-Factor to the meeting room but is startled when Danger deduces her affair with Harrison Snow, thanks to her detection of his DNA on Linda’s person. Because of the conversation, Danger arrives after the rest of X-Factor has already been introduced. Much to everyone’s surprise, Danger declares that Smaug is not human and, to prove her point, punches him through the chest. Incensed at his disguise being destroyed, Lemar Smaug transforms into the Technarch entity known as the Magus. Polaris quickly moves the fight outside, which only gives Magus more room to grow into a towering monster. As the rest of X-Factor move to fight him, they find Magus has an ally: his son, Warlock. After a short fight, the two technological entities teleport away, much to the confusion of X-Factor. While the rest of the team is unsure what to do next, Polaris offers a plan. They find the one person who knows Warlock better than anyone in the world… Doug Ramsey.
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #1 and All New X-Factor #1 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: None.

All New X-Factor #6 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 8.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: April 2014
Comic Summary: In his remote house in the woods, Doug Ramsey awakens from a nightmare in which he has fulfilled his undesired destiny of becoming a tyrannical despot. Worried more and more that this future will come to pass, Doug decides to kill himself by jumping off a nearby cliff, only to find X-Factor waiting for him at the front door. After hearing the situation, Doug replies that it is unlikely that Warlock is working with his father, the Magus. However, his beliefs are called into question when Danger identifies and then forcibly removes a device Warlock secretly implanted next to Doug’s heart. Using his powers as Cypher, Doug detects the location to which the device is transmitting and decides to accompany X-Factor to investigate. Via their Raptor jet, the team arrives at a ranch outside of Houston, Texas, an apparent research facility of the company which the Magus claimed to head. Much to their surprise, the ranch transforms into an immense, technological tower from which the Magus emerges and innocently offers for them to enter. Within, X-Factor finds a high tech research facility and among its many employees Warlock, who is overjoyed to find his self-friend Doug is okay. Reunited, Warlock expresses a desire to leave with his friend, which greatly angers the Magus. However, Warlock’s father reluctantly and petulantly concedes, giving his blessing. As the team departs in the Raptor, Polaris offers membership in X-Factor to both Doug and Warlock. Seeing Warlock is infatuated with Danger, Doug whimsically asks her to tell him more. Meanwhile, back at Serval Industries HQ, CEO Harrison Snow’s wife, Angela, surprises him at work and invites him to lunch. As her husband goes to arrange reservations, Angela asks Linda Kwan, her husband’s assistant, how long she’s been sleeping with Harrison. Linda denies the accusation, which quietly angers Angela more. After threatening Linda not to lie to her again the next time they speak, Angela departs with her husband, leaving Linda very much alone.
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #1 and All New X-Factor #1 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: None.

All New X-Factor #7 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 8.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: May 2014
Comic Summary: Polaris is debriefed by Harrison Snow, who inquires as to X-Factor’s recent decision to allow the Magus to continue operating as head of Serval Industries’ competitor, Techno, Inc. After defending their actions, she returns to the team common room, where she finds Cypher and Quicksilver discussing a recording of a recent live stream made by Georgia Dakei, daughter of anti-mutant media mogul and novelist Scott Dakei. As the video depicts her being possibly abused by her father, the duo suggest X-Factor go to see if she needs rescuing. Polaris reluctantly agrees to the mission, but only as long as it is unofficial and they go out of uniform. As the team prepares, Quicksilver makes a quick report to Havok regarding their recent encounter with the Magus, but purposefully omits their current mission. After a quick ride on their corporate jet, X-Factor arrives at the Dakei home, a half-buried, luxury bunker in New Mexico. After ringing the doorbell, they are threatened to leave within five seconds, after which miniguns appear and apparently kill the whole team. However, when Dakei and his bodyguard arrive to inspect the situation, they see the corpses are actually holograms, at which point Quicksilver knocks them both out. The team soon finds Georgia, who seems overjoyed at actually meeting mutants, especially famous ones. Knowing that the estate’s security is on its way, the team offers sanctuary to Georgia, which she immediately declines, saying that she enjoys her life with her father, despite what was said on the live stream. Frustrated at the situation, Cypher attempts to bring Georgia with them by force. However, in trying to stop him, Georgia instinctively uses her mutant power to apparently kill him by desiccation, at which point she asks the others if they want pie.
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #2 and All New X-Factor #2 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: None.

All New X-Factor #8 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 8.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: May 2014
Comic Summary: Cypher lies on the floor, his body desiccated by the apparent mutant abilities of Georgia Dakei, who is barely cognizant of what she has done. The team demands that Georgia reverse what she has done but this only further confuses Georgia. Suddenly, they are interrupted by the arrival of Georgia’s father, Scott Dakei, who is accompanied by his bodyguard Orville and a security team. However, Polaris acts quickly, magnetically pulling him into the room and slamming the door behind him. The team quickly realizes that Dakei has long known that his daughter is a mutant, a fact which he had kept from her, as well as the rest of the world, thus explaining her homeschooling and strict isolation. After more prodding, the team convinces Georgia to try to restore Cypher. However, as she requires a source of water, the team makes their way to the kitchen, literally barreling through the security team in the process. As Georgia tries to reverse the process, Quicksilver removes Dakei from the room and soon finds himself cornered again by Orville and the security team, who claim to have weapons to take down the speedster. To everyone’s surprise, Harrison Snow suddenly arrives, asking to speak with Dakei in private. Back in the kitchen, Georgia succeeds in restoring Cypher. The celebration is short-lived, however, when a sniper attempts to take out Gambit, resulting in the angry and powerful Polaris ripping the ceiling out of Dakei’s bunker and threatening the multitude of law enforcement responders into leaving. The threat over, Cypher attempts to invite Georgia to leave with them, but offhand remarks from Danger and Warlock as to the mortality of mutants freaks out the young girl, who runs to her father. She finds him in his office, having concluded his meeting with Snow. Much to her surprise, Dakei informs Georgia that he doesn’t consider her his daughter anymore and tells her she needs to leave with Harrison Snow and X-Factor. Both angry and heartbroken, Georgia slaps her father and flees, followed by X-Factor. Now alone, Snow remarks that he’s doing the right thing, to which Dakei replies that Snow gave him no choice. Once Snow too has left, Scott Dakei buries his face in his hands at what he has been forced to do.
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #2 and All New X-Factor #2 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: None.

All New X-Factor #9 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 9.5 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: June 2014
Comic Summary: Returning from their trip to the Dakei estate in New Mexico, Harrison Snow berates Polaris for taking the team out on an unauthorized mission. At first, Snow seems to consider shutting down the team, but instead asks consideration from Lorna in the future for his input, consideration which she has to admit he has so far given her. Meanwhile, Georgia Dakei seems depressed about her uncertain future and rebuffs Cypher’s attempt to console her. When she then seems to warm up to Gambit, Cypher becomes greatly annoyed, calling him a shmuck. After returning to Serval HQ, Gambit decides to go off on his own for a night at the bar. There he meets and picks up an attractive blonde, unaware that she is Angela Snow, Serval Industries’ CEO Harrison Snow’s wife, who knows exactly who Gambit is. Meanwhile, Harrison gives Georgia a tour of Serval’s computer center, where she meets Dr. Anton Wexler. Through his normal, inconsiderate manner, Wexler informs Georgia via his acquired data that Scott Dakei is not his real father and that she is adopted. Though her true father is not known, her true mother lives in Minneapolis. Shocked at this news, Georgia convinces the group to take her there and Snow even provides his consent for Polaris to use the company jet. The next morning, as the group departs, Gambit is visited by Harrison’s assistant and secret lover, Linda Kwan, who is shocked to find Harrison’s wife in bed with Gambit. Pleased at her indiscretion having been discovered, Angela goes to take a shower, leaving Linda the job of explaining to the shocked Gambit as to who she really is. Arriving in Minneapolis, Polaris, Quicksilver and Cypher take Georgia to the house of her mother, Dakota Bennett, who is overjoyed at having been reunited with her daughter. Georgia prods her mother as to who her father is, but Dakota seems reluctant to talk about him. Unfortunately for all present, Dakota’s house has been under surveillance for years by Georgia’s father, who was informed immediately upon Georgia’s return. Without warning, Georgia’s father uses his powers to rip the house apart and kidnap his daughter. He takes but a moment to introduce himself as Memento Mori before he erupts the house in flames and flies away with his daughter.
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #2 and All New X-Factor #2 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: None.

All New X-Factor #10 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 9.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: July 2014
Comic Summary: Though the destruction of Dakota Bennett’s house is total, magically no one seems physically harmed. After digging themselves free, Polaris calls X-Factor’s employer, Harrison Snow, and informs him of the situation. Immediately, Snow assembles the remaining members of the team – Danger, Warlock and Gambit. Not yet knowing whether Snow is aware that he has unintentionally slept with Snow’s wife, Gambit is nervous, and more so when Snow transports the trio to Minneapolis via a never-before mentioned matter-transporter. Snow immediately orders the prep of the transporter for their eventual retrieval, but is suddenly informed by his assistant, Linda Kwan, that she found Gambit in bed with his wife that morning. At the site of the abduction, Danger informs the reunited team that she can track Georgia and her father via their residual heat signature. Meanwhile, Memento Mori informs his daughter that, though he is indeed a super villain, most of his operation is actually legitimate, including the five-star hotel in which is office is located and the entire indoor mall in which the hotel is located. He then explains how Georgia’s mother, Dakota, left him when she was pregnant after discovering what he was and gave her up for adoption to protect her. However, now that they are together, Georgia and the powers she possesses will serve him and his needs. Panicked, Georgia uses her desiccation powers on her father and tries to escape. She races through the mall but, despite using her powers on a guard, she is taken down by a tranq dart. Fortunately, Gambit, Cypher and Warlock prevents her recapture. The trio make their way to X-Factor’s rendezvous point, where the team is extracted via Snow’s matter-transporter. To his shock, however, Gambit finds himself left behind.
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #2 and All New X-Factor #2 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: None.

All New X-Factor #11 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 9.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: July 2014
Comic Summary: X-Factor and Georgia Dakei have returned to Serval Industries, teleported from Minnesota to Virginia via Harrison Snow’s matter transporter. Snow immediately dispatches Quicksilver to recover Georgia’s mother, Dakota Bennett, from her current location in a Minnesota hospital. However, moments later, she realizes that Gambit was not transported with the rest of the team. Left behind purposefully by Snow, Gambit is now a captive of Memento Mori, who utilizes torture to learn where X-Factor has taken his daughter. When Gambit mentions “Snow,” Mori deduces that he means Harrison Snow, whom Mori has learned has recently created a super hero team. Immediately, Memento Mori assembles soldiers in his employ and jets to Serval Industries HQ in a heavily armed craft, arriving just as Quicksilver is returning with Georgia’s mother. Aware of the impending attack, Snow activates a force field, generated from Layla Miller’s gauntlet, which Snow purchased from the Madroxes when he bought the rights to the X-Factor name. The raising of the force field cripples Mori’s craft, but Mori is undeterred, threatening Gambit’s life if X-Factor does not hand over his daughter. At first, X-Factor seems to comply, but the arriving Georgia reveals herself to be a hologram-disguised Danger, who takes Mori by surprise. Nevertheless, Mori holds his own against X-Factor and eventually defeats them. Before he can take advantage of his victory, however, Dakota intervenes, revealing that she is a magic user, who years ago cast a spell which went wrong, inadvertently creating Mori’s hunger for power. She had run away and hid from him because she knew that she would have to stop him, which she now does to save her daughter. As X-Factor and Georgia look on, Dakota unleashes her power, apparently destroying both herself and Memento Mori. Though surrounded by X-Factor, Georgia Dakei finds herself very much alone and collapses in tears.
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #2 and All New X-Factor #2 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: None.

All New X-Factor #12 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 8.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: August 2014
Comic Summary: Once again, Quicksilver meets in secret with Havok, debriefing the Avengers’ Unity Squad leader about X-Factor’s latest mission. However, when Havok announces that Quicksilver’s duty is done spying on Polaris and that he can return, Quicksilver rejects the invitation to join the Avengers, explaining that Lorna needs him more than Wanda. Back at Serval HQ, Gambit confronts Harrison Snow with his belief that Snow deliberately left him behind from the teams’ teleportation extraction due to having learned that Gambit inadvertently slept with Snow’s wife. Not only does Snow lie, however, he claims to have not known about the incident and that he doesn’t care what consenting adults do in their spare time. However, as Gambit leaves, he smiles knowingly to himself. Elsewhere, Danger consents to an X-Factor uniform, which draws the attention of the already-smitten Warlock. Noting that Warlock is attempting to avoid speaking in the third person to please her, Danger responds with the social convention of a kiss to the cheek, greatly pleasing Warlock in return. Meanwhile, in the common area, Cypher attempts to console Georgia Dakei, who has just lost any family she had. Noting that she blames him, he makes her an offer to slap him, which she accepts with great vigor and force. Afterward, Georgia thanks him for trying to help her. Later, at the press conference announcing X-Factor’s status as a corporate-sponsored super hero team, the former mutant called Fatale interrupts, accusing Quicksilver of being a criminal and murderer. Moved by his guilt at how much he hurt her and his family, Quicksilver admits that everything she said is true, after which he returns to his room awaiting arrest or ejection from the team. Instead, he is surprise by a visit from his daughter, Luna, who tells her father that she is proud of him for owning up to what he did and asks him to forget what she said before about never respecting him again. Hugging his daughter tightly, Quicksilver tells her that it is already forgotten.
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #2 and All New X-Factor #2 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: None.

All New X-Factor #13 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 8.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: September 2014
Comic Summary: Quicksilver is reunited with his daughter Luna, but the Inhumans are not too happy about it! Plus, will Warlock make a move on Danger?
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #3 and All New X-Factor #3 Hardcover
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Variant Information: None.

All New X-Factor #15 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 8.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: October 2014
Comic Summary: Axis Tie-in. Washington is burning...will Serval Enterprises' X-Factor put out the fire? Or will they watch it burn?
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #3 and All New X-Factor #3 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: None.

All New X-Factor #16 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 8.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: November 2014
Comic Summary: X-Factor has stolen the Nuclear Football from a Red Skull-controlled President and taken it back to Serval Headquarters for protection...but what happens when they're greeted by a welcoming committee of Sentinels?! Gambit takes his shirt off!
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #3 and All New X-Factor #3 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: None.

All New X-Factor #17 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 8.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: November 2014
Comic Summary: The X-Factor team, having stolen the nuclear football from the President, now has to handle a direct attack on Serval Industries courtesy of Longshot and Sunfire. Meanwhile, Quicksilver is kidnapped under extremely mysterious circumstances.
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #3 and All New X-Factor #3 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: None.

All New X-Factor #18 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 8.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: December 2014
Comic Summary: Sunfire returns to X-Factor with an odd proposal. Meanwhile the team is dispatched to the Middle East to intervene in an ongoing war between two countries.
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #3 and All New X-Factor #3 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: None.

All New X-Factor #19 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 8.0 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: December 2014
Comic Summary: It was supposed to be a straightforward mission for the team: go into a foreign country at war with its neighbor, discover the tunnels that the enemy had created and get rid of them. Unfortunately things have gone extremely wrong and now a vengeful Egyptian goddess has been set free, and the first people she's targeting are X-Factor.
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #3 and All New X-Factor #3 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: None.

All New X-Factor #20 - Untitled
Importance Rating: 7.5 out of 10
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Penciler(s): Carmine Di Giandomenico
Writer(s): Peter David
Release Date: January 2014
Comic Summary: At last! The revelation behind the secret of Harrison Snow! Guest starring Spider-Man 2099. Final issue!
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Trade Availability: All-New X-Factor #3 and All New X-Factor #3 Hardcover
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Fun Facts: None.
Variant Information: A. Variant Cover

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