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Mitch Gerads
Mitch Gerads is currently the artist on Marvel's The Punisher and co-creator of The Activity from Image Comics. Gerads has also worked on such comic properties as Doctor Who, Stan Lee's Starborn, Bandette, Planet of the Apes, Johnny Recon and more.Gerads is also an accomplished illustrator in the... show more

Mitch Gerads is currently the artist on Marvel's The Punisher and co-creator of The Activity from Image Comics. Gerads has also worked on such comic properties as Doctor Who, Stan Lee's Starborn, Bandette, Planet of the Apes, Johnny Recon and more.Gerads is also an accomplished illustrator in the commercial art field having worked for such companies as General Mills, Adult Swim, Nabisco, and many others. He lives in Minneapolis MN, with his wife Lauren, and his cat Numchucks. When not drawing comics he obsesses over the perfect sidecar.FB page: www.facebook.com/MitchGeradsIllustrationTwitter: @mitchgeradsWebsite: www.mitchgerads.com
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theguywhoreads
theguywhoreads rated it 5 years ago
When I first read The Vision written by Tom King, I saw brilliance and passion that was never done before in comics. When I heard about Mister Miracle, also written by him, I have to read it and this is by far, another great read that only he can come up some thing original, much like the Wes Anders...
Tower of Iron Will
Tower of Iron Will rated it 5 years ago
Scott Free, a.k.a. Mister Miracle, is an escape artist, an alien god, and a superhero, but this story is miles removed from typical superheroics. This is a story about escaping. In places it is about escaping from the trauma of an abusive childhood and escaping from the horrors of war. In other plac...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 5 years ago
well that was a ride. A superhero story that could have been a dream, could have been someone else playing with the main character and could have been truth, or all three. Disjointed and messy and intriguing.
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 7 years ago
When Batman and Commissioner Gordon find a body on the 84th floor - with no way in except for the window - they think that will be the most odd thing about the murder. Y'know, until Swamp Thing shows up suddenly behind them, causes Gordon to make a WTF face. Even odder, at least to me, was not...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it 7 years ago
Definitely the darkest book in this series. Very violent and bloody but also with a sense of futility. The Punisher has to ask himself what he's doing and why, and he's placed in the situation of being seen as Public Enemy Number One, when he's just doing what he can to protect society from violent ...
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