Ex Machina Vol. 4: March to WarBrian K. Vaughan, Tony Harris
In this collection, an apparent terrorist attack kills four people at a rally protesting the Iraq war. As anti-Muslim violence rends the city, Hundred is forced to use his power to control machines to track down the perpetrators. Despite the series’ high-concept premise and plot-driven nature, its most notable aspects are Vaughan’s compelling characterizations and adroit dialogue, aided immeasurably by the ramped-up realism of Tony Harris’ artwork.
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|publish date||Dec 6, 2006|
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