- Private Investigator Cyrus Smithe's life has just taken a turn for the worse
— his partner, Harry Weston, is dead. The cops are out to pin it on him,
and the only solid proof he has to clear himself is a tiny gadget that could grant ten million sentient robots their freedom: the Medusa Key. Robot detectives, gorilla thugs, French gangsters and Russian mobsters heat things up as Cy Smithe and Kate Weston track her father's killer through a sea of double and triple crosses to find the elusive piece of technology that's the key to the mystery.
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Ferro City, Volume 1 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Jason Armstrong can really draw! The plot and characters are not unusual in this world of film noir gumshoes, but the movement and humour in the visual storytelling make it well worth the read. Armstrong is a master of the story board and gesture. I particularly enjoyed his atmospheric movement through the city.