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Machine Teen: History 101001 Digest

3.33 of 5 stars 3.33  ·  rating details  ·  21 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Meet Adam Aaronson, the ideal teenager. Straight 'A' student and captain of the West Tech football team, he is smart, handsome and charismatic. But after suffering a series of debilitating seizures, Adam makes a discovery about himself that will shake his very reality to the core - he isn't real at all!
Paperback, 120 pages
Published November 30th 2005 by Marvel Comics Group
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Ruhama
Sep 21, 2010 Ruhama rated it 5 of 5 stars
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A Marvel collection about a boy who really is a robot. Adam has been having some difficulty lately—dizzy spells that knock him unconscious. It seems to be happening during football games/practice, but eventually, Adam finds it happening more and more. His father eventually has to explain to Adam that he’s not a human boy, rather he is the result of years of laboratory work done to create artificial intelligence. Of course, the bad guys show up and there is a show down, with kidnappings, self sac ...more
Mark Jones

Relatively simple story of a boy who has more to him than meets the eye (hint: it's called Machine Teen). Very nice art style and believable characters. There's nothing groundbreaking here but it's all well put together and satisfying enough.

If you're after something simple to get children into comics or can find it on sale (as I did) then it's worth it, just don't expect a classic.

James
Pretty basic story of a teen hero discovering himself as he fights an evil corporation. I really enjoyed the art, which is clear and expressive--it feels like a heaver-lined update of Marvel house style from the 80s. But the story proceeds pretty much as you'd expect it would. There are few surprises, but the familiar is well executed and may apply to younger readers.
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