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Matt Merhoff comic

Citizen Rex

Citizen Rex

"What compels life without a soul?"Comics legends Gilbert and Mario Hernandez join forces to present a bizarre, sexy view of the future and what it means to be human. Twenty years ago, the most famous, lifelike robot in the world was engulfed in scandal, arrested, and deactivated. Since then, an anti-robot movement has developed, while body modification is in and prosthetic limbs have become hot, black-market items.Stories like these are the stock-in-trade of gossip columnist Sergio Bauntin, whose startling revelations earn him the constant scrutiny of both the mob and the city's mysterious investigators, the Truth Takers. When Sergio catches wind of sightings of the long-missing robot celebrity CTZ-RX, all of these interests will collide in violence and intrigue.

Mister X

Mister X

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Genre: Sci-Fi, Crime

Love and Rockets (2001)

Love and Rockets (2001)

This issue heralds the return, after a five-year hiatus, of the comic book that changed the industry forever, Love and Rockets, reuniting all three Hernandez Brothers! Jaime picks up the newly-divorced Maggie's story as she returns to the old neighborhood to try to reconnect with her past; in the first issue she meets up with everyone's favorite Hoppers resident, Izzy Ortiz. Gilbert launches a thrilling new graphic novel, "Julio's Day," a series of self-contained vignettes following the life of a new character that, when read as a whole, will paint a tapestry of the character's life from birth to death, spanning an entire century. Every person gets his day... or does he? Finally, Gilbert (artist) and Mario (writer) collaborate on "Me for the Unknown," a tale of political intrigue, dumping on the little guy, psychosis, and violent revenge reminiscent of some of their earliest L&R stories (or their Mister X "Tales of Somnopolis" stories).
Genre: Mature, Fantasy

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