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Shade, the Changing Man (1990-1996) #64

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A heartless Shade and his neo-girlfriend experiment with the Madness, which now has a warped and wicked mind of its own.
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Sep 16, 2014 Keith rated it really liked it
A review of "Vol 11: The Roots of Madness" (issues 64-70, Vertigo Preview X 1)

In looking through my reviews of Shade, I notice that almost every one begins with some comment like "the series takes a sharp left turn here, and suddenly we find...", indicating that every five issues of so, writer Peter Milligan could be counted upon to change the series' status quo. Everything is up for grabs, with changing characters, settings, story structures, genres, and aesthetic choices.

In a 2012 interview w
Shade brings home 2 prostitutes who turn out to be mannequins who get murdered by the zombies of his dead friends Michelle and Krankl and then things get weird...
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Peter Milligan is a British writer, best known for his work on X-Force / X-Statix, the X-Men, & the Vertigo series Human Target. He is also a scriptwriter.

He has been writing comics for some time and he has somewhat of a reputation for writing material that is highly outlandish, bizarre and/or absurd.

His highest profile projects to date include a run on X-Men, and his X-Force revamp that relau
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