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METAL By PaulAlexander Jerrold Brown Jackson Butch Guice Roman Surzhenko,

  • Title: METAL
  • Author: PaulAlexander Jerrold Brown Jackson Butch Guice Roman Surzhenko
  • ISBN: 9781594651854
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In a universe that could very well be either a predecessor to our own civilization, or be set in a much distant future, intergalactic space travel and advanced robotic technology exist amid an established social structure reminiscent of our own medieval times The Emperor Elias holds the difficult task of maintaining a semblance of unity within a galaxy whose every plIn a universe that could very well be either a predecessor to our own civilization, or be set in a much distant future, intergalactic space travel and advanced robotic technology exist amid an established social structure reminiscent of our own medieval times The Emperor Elias holds the difficult task of maintaining a semblance of unity within a galaxy whose every planet is prey to frequent internal power struggles But when these men meet to wage battle, it is no longer at the risk of losing their lives For a maximum duration of a few hours, the spirit of the warrior is transferred into a combat robot whose design resembles that of the classic knights of yore When the Prime, a deadly alien race, invades the Empire, Elias attempts to rally his nobles to war
    METAL In a universe that could very well be either a predecessor to our own civilization or be set in a much distant future intergalactic space travel and advanced robotic technology exist amid an establi

    One thought on “METAL ”

    1. Nothing special on this comic Mediocre plot, a mix between medieval design and sci fi with a weak ending Iron Man meets star wars The design is just ok, with chapters 12 slightly better than the third where the designer changes Oh and the cliches, way to many for a work that came out in 2010 and could avoid at least some.But still, the ending, as many modern mainstream bds, is sudden and badly constructed.

    2. Wasn t sure about this as I got started into it, however storyline developed nicley and the artwork was pretty funky, so not a bad novel in the end.

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