RICH REVIEWS: Compu-M.E.C.H. Quarterly # 1

Title: Compu-M.E.C.H. Quarterly # 1
Publisher: Monolith Comics
Creator/Artist/Writer: Theodore Riddle
Assistant Editor: Melissa Riddle
Price: $ 7.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: As the M.E.C.H. unit arrives on the scene it in a burst of energy. He is ready as he appears and armed and dangerous.
The body proportions are out of proportion at times. Dr. Green goes from a huge muscled man to a normal-sized one. At times M.E.C.H. is drawn with short legs to short for his frame. The background art fills in the panels nicely.
It would be nice to get some background information about Tommy and Dr. Green. Why are they both doing what they are doing?
Next, as M.E.C.H. to save a jet full of passengers he makes quick work of the terrorist. Tommy comes up with a way of using the M.E.C.H. unit that requires a superhuman effort on his part. He is a hero for a reason though and he pushes himself to his limits.
What happens afterward will leave you in awe and wondering is this really happening.
In this issue, we see a perfect combination of human and machine as the M.E.C.H. unit is the future of super-hero law enforcement.

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