Unfortunately, as is so often the case with X-Factor, the quality of the visuals takes a dive in issue #213. Valentine de Landro's pencils lack consistency, as do Pat Davidson's inks. Rahne will appear normal in one panel and grossly distorted in the next. Facial expressions can border on the bizarre at times. Art quality and consistency is the one element that has tended to hold X-Factor back over the years, and even in 2011 that continues to be the case. Read Full Review
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