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Touch may be the most sensual of the five senses, but it's the bane of Neon Blue, a porcelain vision of beauty who doesn't care for physical contact. See, Blue isn't what she seems, and touching her leads to nothing but ill fortune and untimely death. But when Blue crosses paths with Madame Xanadu in 1964, will this finally be the end of her long, insensitive life? Part 4 of "Extra Sensory" features guest art from AMERICAN VIRGIN cover artist Celia Calle.
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Beautiful, Dahling! 0

Ah, such a regrettable loss this series is, Matt Wagner's writing is gold and he's proven himself many times over the decades and has once again here with the fourth part of his six-issue send-off to Madame Xanadu. All the stories are stand-alone and great pieces in and of themselves...overall, the connection is each story is dominated by a central character who somehow has one of their senses causing what most people would think of as undesired effect.  The sense this issue is touch, the centra...

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