With their city drowning in the weird drug known as Float, the Victories bust a major operation, only to have their leader’s mind scanned by an evil psychic who plans to use this knowledge for the superhero team’s destruction.
I know that to some people reading this comic feel as though Oeming has put in a lot of effort to be “edgy” and push what he can get away with in the superhero genre. To me this book is angry. Oeming’s story is written as if he has grown tired of this genre that is slowly regressing back to being for “children” or worse yet the casual reader that cares not for story, but for explosions and character “hook ups.” If you’re not into this series that’s really your loss because this is Oeming at his best both as a writer and an artist. Read Full Review
The Victories were a great addition to issue #2. With the series named after the team, but focusing on Faustus specifically, I was curious to see what role they would play in supporting each other. The team itself is akin to the Mystery Men. Read Full Review
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