Metal Made Flesh Metal Made Flesh is a cyberpunk space opera that has been likened to Bladerunner meets Game of Thrones Chased to the brink of extinction by an unrelenting foe called the Veul humanity is forced to tak

  • Title: Metal Made Flesh
  • Author: Jeremy Biggs Simeon Aston
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Metal Made Flesh is a cyberpunk space opera that has been likened to Bladerunner meets Game of Thrones Chased to the brink of extinction by an unrelenting foe called the Veul humanity is forced to take refuge in Tuaoni, a sprawling city on the black market trading hub Equan Yas Reduced to extreme poverty, and treated as second class citizens by the planet s inhabitanMetal Made Flesh is a cyberpunk space opera that has been likened to Bladerunner meets Game of Thrones Chased to the brink of extinction by an unrelenting foe called the Veul humanity is forced to take refuge in Tuaoni, a sprawling city on the black market trading hub Equan Yas Reduced to extreme poverty, and treated as second class citizens by the planet s inhabitants, humans must do whatever it takes to survive Metal Made Flesh features three short stories about three characters, trying to survive in this hostile environment The cold, merciless cyborg Izobel Vice who loses of her humanity with each passing upgrade the psychopathic assassin Phaeon Nex, and Kalibos, a hideous mutant war machine One amazing sci fi epic graphic novella 5 5 Adrian Mursec Superrobotmayhem Cyberpunk GOLD ART in its truest form a privilege to own work like this Gary Watson Comics Anonymous If Blade Runner and Judge Dredd are even remotely your thing, then you will not be disappointed Richard Cosgrove Shadowlocked Gritty, adult sci fi with few punches pulled cyberpunk with great hardware Strictly Kev DJ Food , Ninja Tunes

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    1. I really liked the art in this book. It’s great. But the writing, well Metal Made Flesh reads like a first draft, and not a good one. It’s as if nobody edited it – basic stuff like missing periods, random capitalisation and mistyped words (e.g. “I” instead of “if”). There’s a tense error on page one. PAGE ONE. “Phaeon would usually received periodic messages.” Come on. The first time the name of the city (Tuaoni) appears in the text it is misspelt (Tuanoni). I cannot sensibly [...]

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