Micro #1
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Micro #1

Writer: George Kambadais Artist: George Kambadais Publisher: comiXology Submit Release Date: October 29, 2014 Cover Price: $1.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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You wake up and you don't remember anything. You don't remember your name, you don't remember who you are, and what you look like. And not only that but you are trapped inside a metal body. This is the situation that our hero finds himself into. What is he going to do? Who is he? And who is Micro?

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Nov 3, 2014

    "Micro" #1 is a fun diversion from the everyday grind of superhero comics. The blank slate presentation of one of the main characters is a solid choice that works for story development, giving readers a point-of-view character that truly serves as a stand-in for the reader. The story beyond the introduction of two characters as the characters learn about one another and themselves makes "Micro" #1 a smidge deeper than just a straightforward heroic debut. This is a quaint humanity tale that happens to have super powers involved. Where Kambadais sends Micro and Tin-Man from here is a story that seems like it will be fun to follow. Read Full Review

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