The Interman

    (Octopus, 2003)
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Created by a genetic experiment from the 1960s designed to create humans that can survive a nuclear war, the Interman can modify his DNA at will to adapt to detrimental environments, quickly learn new fighting styles, heal from mortal wounds, et cetera. These skills come in handy when a cabal of international agents, spies, assassins, geneticists, and crime lords draw the Interman in to a complicated, far-reaching plot. The 128-page, full-color graphic novel by writer/illustrator Jeff Parker blends well-executed action sequences with extensive character development.

— Leland Burrill

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