Ex Machina #30

Writer: Brian K. Vaughan Publisher: Wildstorm Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - David Wallace Sep 27, 2007

    Whilst not a perfect issue, this is a solid opener for a new arc. It's an unusual move for Vaughan to show his hand so early in the course of an Ex Machina story, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. I've recently started to grow a little tired of the lack of resolution (or, indeed, explanation) that has been provided for many of the book's dangling plot points, so for the writer to set out his stall so clearly in this arc's first chapter comes as a refreshing surprise. That said, this is a Brian K. Vaughan story, so there's still plenty of potential for me to be surprised later down the line. The preview image for issue #31, featuring The Great Machine's supposedly-dead nemesis Pherson, has me quite excited to see where the writer is taking this story next. Read Full Review

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