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This is a mighty fine comic book. Can the art by Jae Lee be more perfect for the subject matter? Each frame is fantastically dark, a lovely portrayal of how dire the Professor X situation is. Not only that, but we've got X-Teams fighting each other. Only Lee's murky, gritty approach could adequately show Rahne's decision to stick by her team and go against Rictor and Cannonball. Also, the shadow play is incredibly moving. Wolverine's one appearance is even more awesome because you don't ev...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
As has been mentioned elsewhere, a great deal of the success of this issue is the unique pencil work of Jae Lee. For the longest time, when first reading X-Factor back in '92 when these issues came out, I could not tell why the artwork so much edgier for the issues in this crossover than the issues before and after it; it was not until much later that I realized (by looking at the credits, finally) that the penciler, Jae Lee, did his only X-Factor work on the three issues of this event. Though...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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