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    Gen 13 #35

    Gen 13 » Gen 13 #35 - Pocatello, Part 1: Pathcutter released by Wildstorm on June 1, 2010.

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    Pocatello, Part 1: Pathcutter last edited by KillerZ on 09/18/22 12:31PM View full history

    The remains of Gen 13 wander a post-apocalyptic America struggling not only to stay together as a team, but to simply survive. Unfortunately, an army of robotic zealots intent on wiping the remains of humanity off the face of the Earth has other ideas. Plus, who is The Pathcutter?

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    A great jumping on point! 0

    (No Spoilers) Finally, we get a good jumping on point with the Gen 13 kids.   Originally, issue 33 was supposed to be writer Phil Hester’s first but the story running through Wildcats and The Authority required writer Adam Beechen to take Gen 13 for issues 33 & 34 before we could get here.   I can see why this was done but it has been hard to sell Gen 13 with a good jumping on point because of this.   Thankfully, they finally accomplish that here. I was impressed with the latest issue of The...

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