In Issue 1, Lou is instructed to retrieve stolen British Intelligence. Lou follows the Russian Spy onto the Concorde jet on its way to JFK and spy craft ensues (Gun Fights/Secret Weapons/Chases). Issue 1 has it all.
The story wasn't clear, it didn't make any sense. There is potential but the story needs work. The graphics are deceit. I can't draw so I am impress with anyone who can draw. I did find it hard to see the difference in the drawings of the two ladies. They looked the same sometimes..
I received as a giveaway (Thank you). I entered because the cover reminded me of the manga Eroica. This was not as carefree a narrative, however. The story is a bit disjointed, but that probably smooths down in later issues. It was a somewhat average comic. Black and white, drawn in a realistic style that somehow read "Canadian" to me. (Too much Scott Pilgrim on the part of either the reader or the author, I guess) Ends in a cliffhanger of sorts, obviously leading into a series. Enjoyable, but not a standout. YMMV
I'll be honest-- I didn't really get this. Fantasy and Action Hero genres aren't my forte but I know I like them semi-based in reality. The idea that a plane door is opened in flight and the fighting characters escape-- yet no one on the plane is harmed and it lands safely was a little far fetched for me. Plus this installment was really short and I wasn't really able to get a grasp on the characters.
The art was really good for the most part. I had to really study a couple of the small 'tight shot' images to figure out what they were.
I won a copy through the Goodreads Giveaway in exchange for an honest review.