X-Factor #35

Writer: Peter David Artist: Larry Stroman Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: September 17, 2008 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Thought everything with Darwin was settled? Thought you knew the full scoop of Longshot's showing up? Turns out you're wrong on both counts as the case takes an unexpected turn and X-Factor finds itself drawn into the mystery of the Karma Project.

  • 7.5
    IGN - Bryan Joel Sep 17, 2008

    That aside, from a writing standpoint it's hard to remember when X-Factor has been a stronger title. The team's new XF Investigations initiative seems to be working nicely for them and Peter David is providing readers with everything that made us fall in love with the title in the first place. When that's the case, it's hard to criticize the issue too harshly based solely on the lackluster art. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comic Book Resources - James Hunt Sep 23, 2008

    Unfortunately for readers, while the story and script are both engaging, neither can be fully appreciated until Stroman tightens up his work. You know there's a problem when the artwork actively distracts you from the story. It feels harsh to criticize so strongly, but it can't be ignored that Stroman is clearly capable of much better work, and the buyers of "X-Factor" deserve better too. Read Full Review

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