XF 13 Cov A.jpgMarvel Comics has sent us a six page preview of X-Factor #13, including two cover variants.   Looks like a great jumping on point for those new to the characters, or for those who read the original series and want to catch up.

One of the most memorable moments in comics is being revisited in X-Factor #13.  Entitled “Re-X-Aminations,” this issue returns the members of X-Factor to the place where they took their toughest hits and showed their true colors-  Doc Samson’s office, as last shown in X-Factor #87.  This issue also reunites the two creators of that landmark issue as Joe Quesada, the penciler of X-Factor #87, returns once more to the drawing board to bring fans this special 50/50 variant cover to X-Factor #13.  Don’t miss out on a turning point in the team’s future as this blast from the past rocks the title once more!

Plus, this issue features the stunning debut of new series-regular artist Pablo Raimondi (MADROX).

X-FACTOR #13  (SEP062150)
Written by PETER DAVID
Pencils & Cover by PABLO RAIMONDI
50/50 Variant Cover by JOE QUESADA
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$2.99
FOC -11/2, On-Sale – 11/22/2006

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  1. Okay, I hate to quibble. I really do. The art is excellent, and far be it from me to criticize the incredible Quesada, but…

    Look at the third thumbnail. You can’t throw a yo-yo that way. It just doesn’t work. In order for the yo-yo to shoot out to the side like that, you have to flick the wrist up, and you have to turn your hand over and catch the yo-yo palm-up, because the string ends up wound on the other side. Pushing out like he’s doing just can’t produce the motion that the yo-yo makes.

    I know this seems really petty, but honestly, it’s distracting as hell to me. If an action is going to be that significant on the page, it should look right. You know?

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