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Marvel Preview: X-Factor (1986-1998) #87: Facsimile Edition

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Marvel Preview: X-Factor (1986-1998) #87: Facsimile Edition

Reprinting X-Factor (1986) #87.

Reprinting X-Factor (1986) #87. Get inside the heads of one of the most uncanny mutant teams of all in an acclaimed classic from the stellar creative team of Peter David and Joe Quesada! Havok, Polaris, Quicksilver, Wolfsbane, Multiple Man and Strong Guy — plus X-Factor’s government liaison, Val Cooper — are all under “X-amination” by super hero psychiatrist Doc Samson! And the revelations are hilarious, heartbreaking and character-defining! Learn how frustrating it is for the super-fast Pietro Maximoff to live in a normal-paced world! Discover Guido Carosella’s hidden pain! Explore Alex Summers’ insecurities! And join Rahne Sinclair in confronting her deepest feelings! Plus: More secrets from the psychiatric couch! It’s one of the all-time great Marvel comic books, boldly re-presented in its original form, ads and all!

Written by Peter David
Art by Joe Quesada
Cover by Joe Quesada
Page Count 36 Pages
Release Date August 14 2019

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Marvel Preview: X-Factor (1986-1998) #87: Facsimile Edition

Marvel Preview: X-Factor (1986-1998) #87: Facsimile Edition

Marvel Preview: X-Factor (1986-1998) #87: Facsimile Edition

Marvel Preview: X-Factor (1986-1998) #87: Facsimile Edition

Marvel Preview: X-Factor (1986-1998) #87: Facsimile Edition

Marvel Preview: X-Factor (1986-1998) #87: Facsimile Edition

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