The second arc of BRUBAKER and EPTING’s best-selling spy comic concludes with a bang! Velvet finds some of the answers she’s been hunting, and a knife in the back!
In the style of the best spy capers, there are wheels within wheels in Velvet. There is a new player on the board and this arc finishes with a bang! Velvet is an excellent read that brings you right into the world of espionage! The art is dark and brooding, showing menace and even the lights chasing Velvet don’t help!
Velvet’s internal monologue gives us an insight into her thinking and her methods, while not revealing all!
From Rebellion this week is a different view of Mega City One in this excellent story. Experience the iconic city of Mega-City One as never before, in this visionary comic from Kenneth Niemand (Judge Dredd) […]
From Zenescope Entertainment is a new series this week – Rise of the Djinn #1. Things couldn’t be worse for Tamara Brazile. A highly decorated and venerable police detective with almost fifteen years of experience […]
From Rebellion this week is the latest issue of 2000 AD – Prog 2253, here are my thoughts. UK and DIGITAL: 13 October £3.25 NORTH AMERICA: 24 November $26 (per pack) DIAMOND: AUG211972 COVER: D’ISRAELI Judge Dredd: The Hard […]