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Michael Smith lives a meaningless and boring life until one day, Enigma, his favorite childhood superhero comes to life and he finds himself obsessed with the fact to find out how did he come to life. With that Smith teams-up with Enigma's creator, a serial killer, a insanity-inducing psycopath and a suicide-inciting clown.

Introduction done by Grant Morrison.



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This is an Enigma alright. 0

Peter Milligan is one of those writers that makes you think.  There is a lot of poetry and metaphors in his personal work.  Enigma is one of those times.  The story itself is like Alan Moore's Watchmen with the idea of Superheroes in the real world, but that is the only comparison I'll make to Watchmen. As for the rest of the story it will mess with you like a good Peter Milligan story.  If you are not much of a Peter Milligan reader, then think of a more confusing, but equally as brillian...

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