Review by: OliverTwist

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Avg Rating: 3.9
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Story by Peter David
Art by Neil Edwards & Karl Kesel
Colors by Rachelle Rosenberg
Letters by Cory Petit
Cover by David Yardin

Size: 0 pages
Price: 2.99

This issue was spectacular. Character arcs make for great stories, and that’s why X-factor is one of the best series in comics.
This new arc weaves the issue of child abandonment, religion, self reflection,and female team bonding into just 20(well done)pages.
I know many fans love Leonard Kirk/Matt Milla on the book, but I really enjoyed Neil Edwards/ Karl Kesel and Rachel Rosenberg’s art work. While turning the pages of this issue I got the sense of environmental Production Design. As a reader it goes along way for me when artist pays attention to their backgrounds. I wouldn’t mind this team for the rest of this arc(I hope).
Anyone out there not reading this series, I would recommend in the very least, go pick up the trades, it’s a worthy read.

Story: 4 - Very Good
Art: 4 - Very Good


  1. This is a “downtime” issue written in a very orignal way. The rotating artists on this title have all been pretty good.

  2. It’s what I love about reading this on a month to month basis, there is always progression told in an interesting and engaging way. I really like the way the art duties were handled int this particular issue, the color choices and backgrounds helped sell a sense of place in through out the issue.

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