I love Peter David's X-Factor. I hate that its sales figures are always so dangerously low for such a critically acclaimed, beautifully constructed, thoughtful, fun comic. And yet right now I want to slap upside the head all the people on forums who are saying they'll definitely pick up the book now that Havok and Polaris are in it, as if the core cast, the characters David has done so much awesome development with and woven so many excellent stories around, are just an annoying add-on that they're tolerating. Part of me wants to say no, please, just stay with your big proper X-books and leave X-Factor out of your rabid following-characters-without-caring-who-
writes-them thing; if you didn't appreciate this book before then it's wasted on you. But then, sales. Hmph.
Jan. 10th, 2012
I think I'm about to start actually posting/reblogging on Tumblr instead of just lurking and following. I tell myself it's because Tumblr is fun and full of fandom, but it's really because it'll give me something else to do when I'm supposed to be doing all of this. I am shameless.