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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.

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Damn Larry Stroman 0

Ok. The story is not that bad. We have a mystery, we have some funny scenes, and the real Longshot returns and helps with some clues. It shows some interesting plot... but the art... oh my god. Disgusting is just a compliment in this case, it's just so horrible that keeps distracting me from the story. Stroman redefines the word "art" but not in a good sense. How could this guy get a contract anyway?...

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Below Par. 0

 So based on the previous two issues, I decided to add X-factor on to my pull list again. Just in time for what I consider to be an incredible example of average. Well, except for the art, that does manage to fall below average.  Usually, if I am reviewing on of his books, I will take time to praise Peter David on his writing. Not gonna happen here though.  This issue is mundane enough to make me question putting it on my reading list again....

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