Ex Machina: Ex Machina Vol. 10 Term Limits Volume 10

Ex Machina: Ex Machina Vol. 10 Term Limits Volume 10

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Written by BRIAN K. VAUGHAN Art and cover by TONY HARRIS In this final EX MACHINA trade paperback collecting issues #45-50 of the Eisner Award-winning series, Mayor Hundred must navigate the most challenging hot-button issue of his career, while a powerful new enemy reveals a terrifying plan that's been in the works since the very first issue of EX MACHINA! Will Mitchell Hundred's new archenemy, a dogged reporter with powers far beyond those of the Great Machine, bring down the mayor's administration? Will the tragedies hinted at in the very first issue of the series actually come to pass? On sale NOVEMBER 10 * 160 pg, FC, $14.99 US MATURE READERS
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Product details

  • Paperback | 168 pages
  • 162.56 x 254 x 7.62mm | 204.12g
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1401228364
  • 9781401228361
  • 99,697

About Brian K. Vaughan

Brian K. Vaughan is the Eisner and Harvey Award-winning co-creator of many critically acclaimed comic books, including Saga, Y: The Last Man, Ex Machina, Runaways, and Pride of Baghdad. A professional comics writer since his days as an undergraduate film student at New York University, Brian has written every major DC and Marvel character from Batman to the X-Men. He's also written several screenplays, stage plays and short stories, but mostly, he likes to work on the funnybooks. He also served as writer and story editor on the hit TV series Lost. Tony Harris is best known as the artist on the critically acclaimed series Starman written by James Robinson for DC Comics. He is currently drawing Ex Machina written by Brian K. Vaughan for WildStorm. His intricate Art Deco-influenced style melds with photorealism to create a new look for this very different series which features the super-powered mayor of New York City in a post-9/11 world.
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1,912 ratings
3.95 out of 5 stars
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4 39% (738)
3 21% (407)
2 7% (125)
1 1% (20)

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Where will it all end? With all the twists and turns of the previous volumes will this have a satisfactory conclusion? Or will it end up with the wacky finale that Y: the Last Man did? It's both. There is a dramatic conclusion with twists, turns and shocks that really grips you. Then it descends into a Return of the King style epilogue-fest as if Vaughan changes his mind and doesn't want to let things go. Or maybe wants to finish things in a terminal fashion and move on. The art is disappointing compared to the wonderful colours we have seen previously. Much of the book is murky and the clean lines disappear in places as if someone else has been filling in. The wonderful faces and expressions are still there but little else that stands out. The series peaked long before this volume but you care so much about the characters you have to stay till the final curtain. For this reason is just scrapes in as a Thumbs Up!show more
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