Dean Motter comic
The legendary comics creator Dean Motter returns with Mister X: Razed! In the retro-futuristic metropolis of Radiant City, its mysterious creator, Mister X, must protect the city and its residents from themselves as the architecture of the city itself is a danger to all those within it.
The psychetecture upon which Radiant City was built is driving its residents insane, and only Mister X can help! If that wasn't enough, a government coup has thrust Radiant City into turmoil, initiating a countdown that could embroil everyone Mister X holds dear in a deadly new conflict! This volume collectsMister X: Eviction#1-#3,Mister X: Hard Candy, and the rarely seen short storyMister X: The Vanishing Breed. A great jumping-on point to the classic series! What is the secret behind Radiant City's pyschetecture?
- Issue # TPB (7 months ago)
A futuristic society of robots and flying cars, Terminal City is a utopian metropolis that has fallen apart. Lorded over by corrupt officials and merciless gangsters, the city has become a haven for lost dreams and broken spirits. But when an amnesiac chained to a mysterious briefcase suddenly appears at the city's lavish hotel, an assortment of oddball characters receive a second chance for redemption. Now as a former daredevil, a retired boxer, and a forgotten actor each look to reclaim control of their lives, they become entangled in a lavish plot of corruption, betrayals, and legendary crown jewels that will either be their salvation or damnation.
In this hardcover edition, the characters of Batman (Bruce Wayne), Robin (Richard Grayson), and Catwoman (Selina Kyle) are imaginatively reinvented so that their lives and relationships are intertwined with both familiar and foreign facets. Investigating reports of a giant alligator living in the Gotham reservoir, the vigilante known as the Bat-Man discovers the dead body of his ex-girlfriend, Selina Kyle. Now he and Detective Richard Grayson most uncover how Selina died before another victim is claimed. This gripping tale is told in a sideways "landscape" format to better showcase the graphic, cinematic style of the art.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)