Tuesday, September 29, 2009

CBR Review: Existence 2.0 #3

I recently reviewed Existence 2.0 #3 for CBR and, in the process, wrote the following sentences: "Nick Spencer and Ronald Salas pull off an interesting trick with the conclusion of Existence 2.0 by continuing to make the story of Sylvester, the amoral scientist who transferred his brain into the body of Marko, the assassin who killed him, more complex with intricate twists and turns, while maintaining a simple concept at the story’s core. Man in hitman’s body. Nice, easy, simple, and, yet, the story continues to add up surprises, double-crosses, and betrayals, culminating in a poignant end."

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