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Metal Made Flesh Metal Made Flesh Is A Cyberpunk Space Opera That Has Been Likened To Bladerunner Meets Game Of Thrones Chased To The Brink Of Extinction By An Unrelenting Foe Called The Veul Humanity Is Forced To Take Refuge In Tuaoni, A Sprawling City On The Black Market Trading Hub Equan Yas Reduced To Extreme Poverty, And Treated As Second Class Citizens By The Planet S Inhabitants, Humans Must Do Whatever It Takes To Survive Metal Made Flesh Features Three Short Stories About Three Characters, Trying To Survive In This Hostile Environment The Cold, Merciless Cyborg Izobel Vice Who Loses Of Her Humanity With Each Passing Upgrade The Psychopathic Assassin Phaeon Nex, And Kalibos, A Hideous Mutant War Machine One Amazing Sci Fi Epic Graphic Novella 5 5 Adrian Mursec Superrobotmayhem.com Cyberpunk GOLD ART In Its Truest Form A Privilege To Own Work Like This Gary Watson Comics Anonymous If Blade Runner And Judge Dredd Are Even Remotely Your Thing, Then You Will Not Be Disappointed Richard Cosgrove Shadowlocked.com Gritty, Adult Sci Fi With Few Punches Pulled Cyberpunk With Great Hardware Strictly Kev DJ Food , Ninja Tunes


10 thoughts on “Metal Made Flesh

  1. says:

    I picked this is up from Birmingham Comic Con, as it had a look that appealed This can be explained as either a semi graphic novel all the following books are full graphic novels or simply an illustrated book A cyberpunk book, which obviously has a bunch of ideas and looks taken from stuff like Blade Runner, a lot from Judge Dredd, etc While I wouldn t consider it a rip off , it does have a lot of influences from these other sources Filled with humans, robots, cyborgs and aliens and loads of future tech.What I didn t know before reading, was this is essential a bunch of short stories, that all have different characters doing separate things What links them together is that they occur with the giant metropolis Tuaoni A city on a distant alien planet, where the last of humanity has been given the permission to live, and as one of the lowest rungs of the social ladder among the multitudes of different alien races that also live there The are essentially three different stories here one centring on a hitman on a job that presents its own unique set of challenges against...


  2. says:

    First and foremost the illustrations in this book are absolutely stunning They re so detailed and intricate beyond belief I d stop for a good couple of minutes whilst I was reading to fully appreciate them.As for the stories themselves, I think my feelings can be summarised as eh It s all right Nothing particularly revolutionary, some nice world building and the beginnings of some interesting characters The first story was probably the weakest, the conclusion is really what you re reading for I liked the second one a lot It had some excellent build up and a twist I never saw coming I had a little issue with Izobel s story whilst it was nice to see a strong, capable woman in a scifi novel, it was a shame that she was introduced like most of the other women in the book so far utilising her sexuality as a prostitute There are eloquent ways to phrase this analysis, but I can t seem to form the words right now, so whilst I enjoyed the book by a fundamental definition of the word, I do have my issues with it There are quite a few typos and odd grammar capitalisation in the wrong place, for instance, and a myriad of strangely worded sentences, or poorly framed dialogue It s also rather exposition heavy, in a manner that doesn t always read as authentic, but I will admit this is nitpicking Overall, I think this story could really l benefit from a clean...


  3. says:

    I picked this up, thinking it was a graphic novel It isn t It is three connected short stories based on a very engrossing world that happens to also have some beautiful pictures as well The wiring is very tight and each story builds from the previous I was left hoping for a c...