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Mister X: Razed

Mister X Razed 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

  • Title: Mister X: Razed
  • Author: Dean Motter
  • ISBN: 9781616556532
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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.Jilted lovers at Christmas, the mystery of a disappearing skyscraper, a disgraced magiciThe 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.Jilted lovers at Christmas, the mystery of a disappearing skyscraper, a disgraced magician s heinous trap, and a zombie outbreak await you in the newest collection of the Mister X saga, collecting Mister X Razed 1 4 and Mister X Frozen Assets from Dark Horse Presents 33 35

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    1 thought on “Mister X: Razed

    1. I couldn't get into it. I've been wanting to read a Mister X book for some time. The covers look amazing, but the art inside isn't at least in this volume. Perhaps there are other stories which are gems, but I didn't finish the rest of the book. I just read the first story and a half before I got bored. I did want to know more about Mister X and perhaps these books by Dean Motter were pretty ahead of it's time when he initially made them. It probably inspired Dark City and other kinds of stories [...]

    2. I wanted to like to this book more than I did. I like the hard mix of retro and futuristic ideas but I couldn't get into the main characters. I recognize this is a third volume and I haven't read the earlier issues but I still feel as though there isn't enough valid and genuine character development for me to care about these people.

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