WE3 #1

WE3 #1

Writer: Grant Morrison Artist: Frank Quitely Publisher: Vertigo Release Date: August 25, 2004 Cover Price: $2.95 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 4
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They're the ultimate cyborg assassins; armed with missiles, poison gas, state-of-the-art computer technology and unbreakable exo-skeletons. The government has spent millions to fuse the firepower of a battalion with the nervous systems of a dog named Bandit, a cat named Tinker, and a rabbit named Pirate. As part of a program to replace human soldiers with expendable animals, the U.S. government has transformed three ordinary pets into the ultimate killing machines. But now, those three animals have seized the chance to make a last, desperate run for "Home." A run that will turn into a breathless hunt to the death against the might of the enti more

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Aug 27, 2004

    None of it. Oh, its as schematic as can be, and a clichd oft-told story at that, but its not the story itself that matters so much as the way of the telling. By the end of the issue, were fully on the side of our cybernetic refugees, not least because of that heart-tugging cover that makes it clear who the real bad guys are. This is Lassie Come Home for the 21st century. Dee-comm-ish-ond? No, Bandit, dog gud! Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    myconius Feb 11, 2016

    the visual story-telling in this opening issue is amazing. . . . . . one of the best stories by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely nest to All-Star Superman. . . . . . "lost" pets end up in the hands of the military for experiment. they are turned into mentally enhanced living weapons. . . . . . . . but some of the animals personalities are still intact. . . . . the project is to be terminated as well as the animals. . . . . so one of the scientists from the project that has grown close to the animals, sets them free.

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