into training camps, orphans around the country have been raised to become
America’s next generation of super-spies. Now, as adults, they live among us,
ready for “the family” to call them back into action.
fun. The clandestine missions, the cover
identities, the danger at ever y turn.
Most of the time, this is something we see with hardened, often British
adult men. What if this is the life you
led from early childhood no matter your gender or place of origin? That’s the possibility we explore with
skilled agents is created from that of orphans trained in the art of
espionage. As often shown, there is no
mercy, no second chances. You learn, you
do, or you die. After an unfortunate
incident on a recent training mission, one team in this “family” and their “dad”
find themselves in a bit of family drama so to speak. Like any good spy thriller, it involves
backstabbing and a thirst for revenge to right things in the end.
explosive action, there was an equal amount of great artwork. It was right in your face, leap off the page
art with really impressive illustrations and gorgeous colors. The story was intense and all of the visuals
kept right with it, delivering a strong book.
You need to really feel the rush in something like this and that was
is that it was a limited series run. The
premise was fun, and both the writing and art were solid. I won’t keep my hopes up, but maybe they’ll
decide to do more with it. If not, we at
least have this to enjoy and I think it should definitely be picked up.
out Boom! Studios.