The matrix comics, Volume 1

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Burlyman Entertainment, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 160 pages
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Collects stories set in the Matrix, the virtual reality world designed by machines in order to control the human race into believing it to be the real world, except for a few who have "freed" themselves and now struggle to free others.

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Review: The Matrix Comics, Vol. 1 (The Matrix Comics #1)

User Review  - Daryl - Goodreads

The first Matrix movie was original, ground-breaking, with an interesting premise, albeit one that never fully paid off. The second Matrix movie was so bad that I never bothered to watch the third one ... Read full review

Review: The Matrix Comics, Vol. 2 (The Matrix Comics #2)

User Review  - Samuel Ch. - Goodreads

This second volume offers better drawings and more intense action. While volume 1 shows some side stories that are relevant in the development of the whole Matrix history (such the B166er trial or the ... Read full review


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Darrow was born in Iowa. He has had a career as a comic book artist.

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