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The new Gen13 lineup found the last corner of America worth defending, but protecting it from the rule of the despotic Kaizen-X may cost them the life of one of their own. It's high-octane action and art in the classic WildStorm tradition!

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Gen 13: World's End #36-Machines & Messiahs 0

 This issue seemed to have a lot more setup than the last, which is ironic since we ended on a cliffhanger.  The thing is the first 5 pages help introduce a new villain (or old?  Still trying get clarification on that one).  Don’t get me wrong, it’s an interesting set-up for sure but it just made the rest of the issue feel short.  And I don’t like when a bi-monthly book feels short.Cruddie Torian’s art is at its best in this issue.  I’ve said it before but it bears repeating; I love that he has ...

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