Is RiD necessary for MTMTE?

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  1. General Magnus

    General Magnus Da Custodes of the Emprah

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    Or do both comics read as stand alones?
     
  2. dunerunner123

    dunerunner123 Optipottamus prime

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    They said that they will connect at certain points, the RiD annual is going to be a sequel to the mtmte annual. so there is one connection right there
     
  3. Anguirus

    Anguirus Well-Known Member

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    It's not.
     
  4. Arsenic

    Arsenic Well-Known Member

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    They are seperate series. But it may be more enjoyable if you read both.
     
  5. Avengers

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    You need both. it's like ordering a hamburger & not ordering fries.
     
  6. Uncle Madness

    Uncle Madness Well-Known Member

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    I think More Than Meets The Eye is better that Robots In Disguise.

    I read them both though.
     
  7. PredaconElder

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    They can be read as standalone. But they are two halves of a larger epic.
     
  8. Bass X0

    Bass X0 King of Muay Thai

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    Yeah, I don't think anyone should just be reading only one of them. The two will eventually converge into one eventually.
     

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