Brothers and Sisters! Behold Mojo and understand the perils of those that have walked too long in the world of video entertainment! Bear witness to the book of X-Factor, chapter 2, verses 1-32!
The official plot:
“DANCE OF DEATH! The team gets their first case – investigating the disappearance of a mutant dancer at a prestigious ballet academy…in the Mojoverse!”Marvel Comics
Actually it’s the second case. The first was proving the death of teammate Aurora. Duh! Also, it’s more like Major League Ballet…there are corporate sponsors and everything.
- What is good: Quirky and fun…as Mojo world almost always is!
- Another good thing: Character development. There is some. I mean, I never thought anyone could get me to not dislike Daken.
- But how did it look?: Is there a westernized version of Anime? Cause this is a westernized version of Anime.
- Crossover Dependency: None. Queue the celebration!
- Northstar (Jean-Paul Beaubier)
- Prodigy (David Alleyne)
- Polaris (Lorna Dane)
- Daken (Akihiro)
- Prestige (Rachel Summers)
- Eye-Boy (Trevor Hawkins)
- Aurora (Jeanne-Marie Beaubier)
Bottom Line: 3 Stars!
With absolutely NONE of my favorite heroes, X-Factor managed to get me to care about it just a little bit. Enough that I’ll be back for the next couple rounds. Maybe it was just the Mojo world visit…but this one was fun and I love the premise of an X-team investigating instead of fighting. Even if it doesn’t end-up that way. [Editor’s Note: When this series launched I was hoping for a return to Peter David’s style of storytelling with X-Factor Investigations. This book is nowhere close to that even though it is an X-Factor Investigations story- misses on quality of the original but as Odiumar mentions the Mojo-world story line will be bringing me back at least for a few more issues.]