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X Volume 1: Big Bad
     

X Volume 1: Big Bad

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by Duane Swierczynski
 

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A masked vigilante known only as "X" dispenses justice without mercy to the criminals who rule the decaying city of Arcadia. When muckraking blogger Leigh Ferguson snoops down the wrong alley, she gets swept into X's bloody war with a politically powerful crime lord. Duane Swierczynski (Godzilla, Cable and X-Force) and Eric Nguyen (Batman: Arkham Unchained) dish

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A masked vigilante known only as "X" dispenses justice without mercy to the criminals who rule the decaying city of Arcadia. When muckraking blogger Leigh Ferguson snoops down the wrong alley, she gets swept into X's bloody war with a politically powerful crime lord. Duane Swierczynski (Godzilla, Cable and X-Force) and Eric Nguyen (Batman: Arkham Unchained) dish out nonstop, visceral action, with Dark Horse's most brutal and exciting character-X! Collects issues #0-#4 of the ongoing series. * Nguyen's shocking art is a fever dream of violence!

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ISBN-13:
9781621158752
Publisher:
Dark Horse Comics
Publication date:
01/28/2014
Sold by:
Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
58 MB
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Meet the Author

Duane Swiercynzski is the author of several novels including the Edgar-nominated and Anthony Award-winning "Expiration Date," as well as "Fun & Games," out now from Mulholland Books. He also writes comics, and thrillers with CSI creator Anthony E. Zuiker.

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X, Volume 1: Big Bad 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sean_From_OHIO 7 months ago
Duane Swierczynski pens a punisher knockoff and he has to know that. That doesn't necessarily mean the book is bad, just as of now, not original. I wish the villains were fleshed out more and the main antagonist didn't get the cartoony makeover. Leigh is by far the best character but that's probably because she's the only one with depth. The art is good and bloody. Eric Nguyen creates a striking X. Overall, the book was a bloody speed read but has the bones to become better.