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The Dead Land: A Superhero/Zombie Novel [Axiom-man Saga, Episode No. 1] Paperback – August 15, 2008
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Now, Axiom-man has arrived and though he is a super-powered man, he has limits...and quite a few. I have all the current Axiom-man titles with only Doorway of Darkness left to read (the largest volume) and AP Fuchs has created a great property here that with DEAD LAND combines super-hero fiction with the supernatural. Though a couple of the fight scenes between Axiom-man and the living dead read too similar to each other, the book is non-stop thrills. Do yourself a favor, pick up any one of the Axiom-man titles as you don't have to read them in order, but it does enhance the experience, and I'll see you here when City of Ruin hits the shelves.