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Midnighter Vol. 1: Out - Steve Orlando, ACO
Midnighter Vol. 1: Out
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The first chapter in the all-new adventures of MIDNIGHTER joins renowned writer Steve Orlando and acclaimed artists Aco, Stephen Mooney and Alec Morgan.   Between the supercomputer wired into his brain and the enhancements saturating his body, the living weapon known as Midnighter doesn’t face a... show more
The first chapter in the all-new adventures of MIDNIGHTER joins renowned writer Steve Orlando and acclaimed artists Aco, Stephen Mooney and Alec Morgan.   Between the supercomputer wired into his brain and the enhancements saturating his body, the living weapon known as Midnighter doesn’t face a lot of real challenges to his uncanny combat skills. Lucky for him, he enjoys beating the tar out of low-level bad guys as much as the high-end ones—and since his recent breakup with his first love (and fellow superhuman) Apollo, he’s had plenty of chances to engage in his unique brand of physical therapy.   Now, insanely dangerous weapons are beginning to pop up all over the globe, wreaking havoc on society and complicating Midnighter’s professional and personal life. As the outbreaks pile up, tracking them back to the original thief becomes an overriding imperative .   Collects issues #1-7 of the ongoing MIDNIGHTER series.
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781401259785 (1401259782)
ASIN: 1401259782
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
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Grimlock ♥ Inhumans
Grimlock ♥ Inhumans rated it
5.0 New favorite character!
Midnighter is a character who has amnesia, is super violent, has a traumatic past including experimentation (and a supercomputer in his brain) and a heart of gold. Well, y'know, he saves people, especially kids. There are enough parallels - and differences from - Wolverine to make me perk up and...
Muccamukk
Muccamukk rated it
3.0 Midnighter Vol. 1: Out
Midnighter is almost as good a go to for wanton violence and gore as Ares, though also more gay, which is nice. This had a pleasing amount of carnage in it and at one point the Midnighter kidnapped Dick Grayson to go on a coffee date and then they ended up handcuffed together, which was not the leas...
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