Ex Machina: Fact v. Fiction (Paperback)
  • Ex Machina: Fact v. Fiction (Paperback)
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Ex Machina: Fact v. Fiction (Paperback)

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Spin City and The West Wing meet Batman in this gripping and satirical superhero graphic novel series by the acclaimed writer of "Y: The Last Man", Brian K. Vaughan. Mitchell Hundred, ex-civil engineer and erstwhile superhero The Great Machine, has become Mayor of New York! Until now, he was the world's only superhero - but a mysterious robotic vigilante has started fighting crime in New York, with lethal consequences! Can Hundred stop this new 'hero' before all hell breaks loose? Written by multiple award-winner Brian K. Vaughan ("Y: The Last Man"), with art by Tony Harris ("Starman"), "Ex Machina" is brimming with political intrigue, civic chaos and superheroic shenanigans!

Publisher: Titan Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781845762537
Dimensions: 258 x 170 mm

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“A gentler piece but still a fine Thumbs Up!”

This volume contains two stories. The first is a whodunit, or maybe a whatdunit, similar to the snowplough incident of volume one and the second is a rather surprising family story with a dramatic revelation about... More

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