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“Forgive Me, Father, For I Have KILLED!”

Hoping to be absolved of recently committed sins before she gives birth, Wolfsbane goes to confess…but it isn’t forgiveness that awaits her. In fact, she’s going to have to face her demons head on. Literally! (Oh, and that baby she’s carrying? Turns out that it’s not quite what she expected either.)

The next X-citing chapter of X-FACTOR begins here!

Story by Peter David
Art by Dennis Calero
Colors by Brian Reber
Letters by Cory Petit
Cover by David Yardin

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  1. I like this cover … finally some movement in the Rahne storyline …

  2. Calero could be interesting. He did some neat X-Men Noir stuff. X-Factor is feeling very soap opera to me nowadays. David’s characters are great and their inter-relationships are fascinating, but the issue to issue stories they are being placed into are just  kinda so-so right now.

  3. While X-Factor is still good, it has felt like something has been missing for a long time. One of the only things I can think of is that I haven’t really been wowed by anything that has happened in the story since issue 200

  4. The art MUST be better than last issue.

  5. @Minion  agreed.

  6. Feral looks amazing in this issue like still the old charector with a slightly modern feel. Amazing job.

  7. The story is whatever it is – I’m not exactly riveted to see what happens next – but they’re on a roll with the characters in this series. I love the dialog and the character relationships, and the humor is dry and snappy. If the actual stories and action were as forward thinking and fun as the characters populating this title, X Factor would be an unstoppable comic. As it is, it is merely really, really, really good.

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