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DC Comics, Jul 1, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 104 pages
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WE3 tells the unforgettable story of three innocent petsa dog, a cat and a rabbitwho have been converted into deadly cyborgs by a sinister military weapons program. With nervous systems amplified to match their terrifying mechanical exoskeletons, the members of Animal Weapon 3 have the firepower of a battalion between them. But they are just the programs prototypes and, now that their testing is complete, theyre slated to be permanently decommissioned" until they seize their one chance to make a desperate run for freedom! Relentlessly pursued by their makers, the WE3 team must navigate a frightening and confusing world where their instincts and heightened abilities make them as much a threat as those hunting thembut a world, nonetheless, in which there is something called Home. Action-packed and heart-wrenching, WE3 is a new high mark from two of comics greatest talents.

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Strong storytelling, good artwork, great writer! - Goodreads
It deserved a more tragic, brutal ending. - Goodreads
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Yes. Five stars because I cried at the ending. - Goodreads
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User Review  - Ben Gelinas - Goodreads

A violent science fiction fairytale not wholly unlike The Transformers: The Movie except with animals and a completely different story that doesn't involve robot mineral rights at all. Read full review


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About the author (2005)

Since his entry into the field, Grant Morrison has been hailed as an innovative thinker - using the comic book genre to introduce and expound upon his bold theories of the human psyche.

Written by John Wagner, Robbie Morrison

Art by Frank Quitely, Colin MacNeil, Andy Clarke, Neil Googe

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