Faustus's haunted past catches up to him when he's sent to recover a childhood friend gone AWOL. Meanwhile, armed with Faustus’s deepest secret, the Jackal continues his mission to turn the hero into a bloodthirsty killer.
You might not be into really fucked up superhero stories and prefer yours to be safer. Well this book is for people that love the super hero genre, but need a break from kid friendly stories or the inevitable merry-go round storytelling that the genre usually suffers from. This is Oeming at his best and if you’re not reading it then really it’s your loss. Read Full Review
As much as I wanted to like this issue of The Victories, I can honestly say that Im not sure whether Ill be reading the next issue. The cliff-hanger ending was by far the strongest part of the plot from this issue, but great art isnt enough to justify the time and money is takes to read a series. Im normally a fan of dark and gritty stories but The Victories just isnt doing it for me. Read Full Review
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