As an opening-issue, this story is witty, well-paced, and drawn in a harmonious fashion. The story ends with the partnership in motion as Basildon and Shelley track an enemy who creates his own agents through the DNA of world villains, including Hitler and Stalin. However, Basildon is so unlikable that its hard to see past his arrogant smirks and shockingly odious word bubbles to fully appreciate this set up issue. In short, his offensiveness dominates the story. Read Full Review
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