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The Martian Manhunter investigates a killer who is decapitating street people.

J'onn goes undercover in Denver to solve a mysterious series of decapitations. With assistance from Oracle and Steel, J'onn uncovers a gigantic android workforce stationed within a former Norad installation, governed by an artificial intelligence determined to save humanity...



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Martian Manhunter is Understood 0

J'onn J'onzz, the Manhunter from Mars (better known as the Martian Manhunter) has long been a character that it seemed like no body understands (Must. Resist. Singing. Fairly Odd Parent theme.). Before getting into the review lets take a look at the Martian Manhunter's history so we understand that.First appearing in Detective Comics #225 (November 1955), he was regulated to the back pages and became the first superhero to really appear in the 50's. However he did not usher in the new age of com...

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why is Martian Manhunter So F@#&ing Cool? 0

This is the 4th Martian Manhunter comic I have reviewed, and each time I have been left very pleased and entertained by the issues. The same goes for this issue, the narration is very good and the art is as enthralling as usual. The way that the Headmaster and his minions are drawn are really detailed, and the panel presentation is very well crafted. In the end, this issue is just another very good comic book with very good art, very good writing and a really cool narration aspect, just like...

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