Mitchell Hundred has faced countless challenges in his time
as mayor of New York City, from political scandals to supernatural
killers, but nothing could have prepared him for America's
coming war in Iraq. As a massive peace protest fills the streets
of Manhattan, the mayor must choose between the liberty of
his constituents and the safety of his city, but will a tragedy
change that equation forever? Plus, in a never-before-told
story from the mayor's super-heroic past, the Great Machine's
horrific archenemy, a man known as Pherson, is finally revealed...
to War sees
mayor Mitchell Hundred having to make a number of difficult
decisions in the running of New York City. His choices won't
just impact on the faceless people on the streets of the city,
and he discovers that it's harder to make that call when he
is messing with people's lives who are on his team.
an antiwar protest march comes under a terrorist attack -
leaving one his his aides in a coma, Hundred has to do his
best to quell a rising tide of violence on both sides of the
in a look at Hundred's past as the super hero The Great Machine,
we discover how Hundred copes with a super villain on the
streets of his city? A man who has similar powers to Hundred
is on the prowl. But, unlike Hundred's ability to control
machines, this individual has the power to control animals.
to War is another excellent collection in what is quickly
becoming a must own series. Intelligently written, and beautifully
illustrated - what more could you ask for?