Ex Machina

Ex Machina

[3]. Fact V. Fiction

Graphic Novel - 2006
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Mayor Mitchel Hundred becomes part of a shocking trial complicated by the arrival of a new superhero. Then, he leaves New York for the first time since his election to embark on a strange adventure.
Publisher: La Jolla, CA : WildStorm Productions, c2006
ISBN: 9781401209889
Branch Call Number: GN VAU
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly col. ill. ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Harris, Tony 1969-


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Mar 12, 2016

Gave this series a shot, borrowed all ten books at once. Extremely boring. Not sure what the hype's about. Would recommend The Punisher books instead, if you like realistic, gritty graphic novels.

Jean-Pierre Lebel
May 28, 2012

Book three of the Ex Machina series continues the goodness of the previous two. The story continues to get more interesting. The artwork remains beautiful and consistent. The swearing is still unnecessary, but whatever. Recommended for mature teens and adults.

Apr 16, 2012

Mayor Mitchell Hundred is called for jury duty. Ignoring his staff's suggestion to get out of it, Mayor Hundred finds himself sitting in on a criminal case. But the real excitement happens when one of the other jurors has other plans for the Mayor in mind. The B plot of this volume find Kremlin and Brayburn skulking around trying to find out how gave the Automaton the weapons that are reminiscent of Mayor Mitchell's old tools. Finally, we find out more about Hundred's mother and father in a story line that lets Hundred make some peace with a part of his past.

A very good instalment that should keep fans of this series happy.


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