Doctor 13: Architecture & Morality last edited by Thor_Ul on 10/07/18 03:10PM View full history

Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang join forces to tell the adventures of Dr. Terrence Thirteen, a parapsychologist who disproves reports of supernatural activity. In this story collected from TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED #1-8, Dr. Thirteen rounds up a group of the world's magical beings to prevent strange forces from tearing asunder the very fabric of the past, present, and future!



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Brian Azzarello has a sense of humor? I mean he's made me chuckle to myself with some dark humor a couple of times but this book has bad puns and a nazi gorilla(Later he's also a vampire) quoting Planet of the apes. So, it's kind of weird. The problem this book has is the way it was published, which was as a backup. That said while it is pretty short the only part of the book that actually suffers from this is the beginning. The story picks up and finds a nice pace and sticks with it. While stil...

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