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Review: Malignant Man #3 (of 4)

The premise of this book, if you aren’t familiar, is that a man seemingly dying of terminal cancer discovers that not only does he not have cancer, but that the “tumor” in his brain is actually a vastly powerful alien symbiote that gives him tremendous powers – both mental and physical. This, as these things tend to do, leads him into a world he had no idea existed full of super-powered killers and super scientists determined to rule the world. Or possibly save it. Depends which scientist we’re talking about here.

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Review: Malignant Man #2 (of 4)

The first issue of this book was fairly good. I was skeptical when I first heard of it, but Michael Alan Nelson is a very good writer and he overcame my initial suspicion of the book’s theme and premise. This current issue has lost a bit of the intrigue that captured my attention, but has picked up steam in the action department.

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Review: Malignant Man #1 (of 4)

I was skeptical, I freely admit, when I heard about this comic. A guy whose cancer gives him super powers? C’mon. Whatever happened to radioactive spider bites and half-forgotten gods bestowing powers on mere mortals? When I saw the cover, my thoughts changed to something more along the lines of “oh, another character with organic …

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