Killstrike and Jared travel to New York City to visit the comic book company his father was employed with before his disappearance. While waiting for the meeting, Killstrike gives Jared a few lessons on being a "tough guy."
Overall, this series has taken some interesting turns. It is a fast-paced book with intelligent undertones of society’s problems, yet it’s fun enough to enjoy while reading. I can’t wait to see if Jared actually meets his dad, and what that interaction will be like. Keep up with subsequent issues to find out! Read Full Review
Max Bemis and Logan Faerber's Oh, Killstrike #2 is a wacky, self-aware comic that is constantly winking at the reader. Bemis' script seemingly wants to tell a thoughtful, personal journey using a silly, espionage mission while simultaneously deconstructing comics of the 1990s. Unfortunately, these wildly different concepts fail to form a cohesive narrative and fail to deliver a satisfying narrative Read Full Review
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