Considering the title of the story being “The Destroyer,” the story mainly focused on the grief that a mother felt at the death of her beloved son. And in this comic book the grief is the motivation for her to create these futuristic technology that many people have never been able to do. The story follows the creation of a “monster” created by doctor Frankenstein, in this story the monster is causing all sorts of chaos through out the planet. However, a doctor who had peace in her life for a little while is slowly getting pushed into the inner parts of the play, she had a son and due to a mistake of identity. The son was gun down by a police officer, the mother in her grief created the future edition of the monster using her very own son’s corpse. I personally like the irony of the story because when she explains to her son that they will judge him as they are currently judging the monster, they will soon come to call her “The Destroyer.” Which in on its own is contradiction that she created the future human, one that is not easy to kill and can do many unordinary things. The contradiction reveals a deeper aspect that the mother has had time to think of the consequences and she is willing to give up her name to make a new life for her son. In the end the mother and father parish due to the monster but the son lives on, however she has down loaded her self into his mind. This reveals a new step to maybe revive herself in the future, or maybe be able to download people into a digital world. This all is connecting to real possibilities, that we could run into soon. As well as the characters back story and their social analytical views, is something that everyone experiences eventually. Most of the events use real life locations, and even things that have ended up happening with real policemen. Connecting the real world to the story of comic book, and eventually can be a true event.