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In chapter two of the prelude to John Byrne's The Next Men comic, the mutants wake up in a strange new world and discover everything they thought they knew is wrong! In Homicide, John Arcudi and Gray Morrow give Detective Ford a chance to the book on a ten-year-old case...or not. Then, Cliff Biggers, Brett Brooks and Dave Johnson unleash Earth Boys. What chance do four teenagers have against the untamed universe? Better yet...what chance does the universe have against them?! Finally, "Violent Marv" turns Frank Miller's Sin City upside down in his quest for Goldie's killer.

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  • Sin City - Episode 6
  • Earth Boys - "The Big Schlep"
  • The Next Men - Interlude 2
  • Homicide: The Long Road to Truth
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Sin City ~ Episode SixMan, Marv is living up to his name, it sure as hell got very violent very quick with his quest of finding the killer of Goldie. It is almost uncomfortable to look at someone doing things like that. The inner monologue only adds to it, that piece with Sin City shows Marv as a psycho better than any graphic torture Miller shows the reader. The scene in the church was memorable in its own right. It looks like someone big is behind all of this mess and Marv didn't expect somet...

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