I know this isn’t exactly hot off the presses, but that’s the thing about comics (or art in general) – if you haven’t seen it, it’s new to you. Such is the case with Saga. The story unfolds against the backdrop of a lush galaxy that would make Star Wars blush with embarrassment. The characters are wonderfully realized, well rounded and the designs!
Kill or be Killed continues to be my favorite comic since – I dunno, Peter David’s most recent run on X-Factor, Ed Brubaker’s run on Captain America… What I’m trying to say is I love it.
Here I am again, still beating the drum for Kill or be Killed. I guess someone besides me is reading it; issue number one is in its FOURTH printing! Ed Brubaker’s writing gives me noir fever (noir fever, copy write Jamie Insalaco) – catch it!!!
In issue three of Kill or be Killed, Dylan is dealing with the consequences of his actions (and inactions) we saw last time. Can he live with himself? Can he settle things with Kira? Let’s dig in!
Kill or be Killed continues in issue two with the tale of Dylan’s first kill. Because.. the title of the book, ya’ll.
Since Marvel and DC have both gone reboot crazy over the last several years, I’ve been struggling with printed comics. Then I remembered: trust the writer. This led me to Ed Brubaker’s Kill or be Killed and it’s just what I’ve been looking for.