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UNNATURAL SELECTION - The Creators Cut
Re-presenting the Origin of the Elephantmen from the SOLD OUT first issue of HIP FLASK. Somewhere in the African desert, thousands of miles from civilization, a group of geneticists, led by Kazushi Nikken, has conducted unholy experiments involving both human and animal DNA. This is the story of the birth of Hieronymous Flask and the Elephantmen and their eventual liberation from the torturous world of MAPPO.

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SEP06 1813
Read it online at: Comixology

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Product Code: EM000


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Starkings, Casey & Ladronn
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  • 32pp full color painted art by Ladronn.

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Average Rating: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 12 Write a review »

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What a story! Ladrönn... August 22, 2013
Reviewer: Shane Hnetka from Comic Readers  
What a story! Ladronn is in a league of his own. Link: http://www.comicreaders.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1978

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A strong and compelling...
Reviewer: Dorian Wright from Slightly Timely Reviews  
A strong and compelling story, that isn't afraid to use suggestion and nuance rather than heavy exposition. Elephantmen is easily one of the best science-fiction comics on the market right now. Link: http://www.postmodernbarney.com/2006/12/slightly-timely-reviews.html

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When the government attacks...
Reviewer: Greg Burgas from Comics Should Be Good  
When the government attacks the lab and the creatures fight, we feel both their pain, their hatred, and their yearning to be free. It's a beautifully rendered fight, too. Link: http://goodcomics.comicbookresources.com/2006/12/09/what-i-bought-6-december-2006/

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Enough good things cannot...
Reviewer: Matthew McLean from The Comics Review  
Enough good things cannot be said about the art in this issue. From the blank stare of Dr. Nikken to the crying of the baby elephantmen, the art brings the issue to life in a way that is as painful to the heart as it is amazing to the eye. (10/10) Link: http://www.thecomicsreview.com/temper.php?id=324

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An ideal buy for...
Reviewer: Bruce Logan from Line of Fire  
An ideal buy for new readers looking to get into this series. (4.5/5 bullets) Link: http://www.silverbulletcomicbooks.com/reviews/116597650657341.htm

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