The fun of this comic is off the scale! It takes that classic, hip 60"s spy thriller and brings it to life with that off beat quirky British charm that's reminiscent of the John Pertwee error of Doctor Who. I can't wait to see where Morrison takes these characters and what insanity he throws into the mix. If you liked The Invisibles, this has elements of that first volume with the pacing and foreshadowing of Morrison's run on Batman and Robin, carefully bound in a 'cartoonish but dark' packaging of Ian Gibson's fantastic art. My only complaint is that Morrison spent a bit too much time sowing ideas and it could have benefited from a little faster pacing and action for a first issue but still 'In Morrison we trust' Read Full Review
I'm fond of this piece not as just a forgotten bit of Morrison's work but as a pretty fun story, and I'm excited to finally see how the series ends. The fact that it's a six-issue affair feels like they're drawing it out a bit, so I can't wait to have a complete collection of Steed and Mrs. Peel. Read Full Review
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