The character work on the Fighting Yank, in contrast to that of the Revolutionary, is strong, this issue acting more as a spotlight for him than the Revolutionary. Along with Jim Krueger and Doug Klauba's two-page origin story at the end of the issue, the Fighting Yank's past and character are explained very well. With him set up so well and the Revolutionary just introduced, this issue reads more like the first issue of a longer story. Hopefully, that story will be told sooner than later as it has the potential to be a great read. Read Full Review
As I said, I did enjoy the story as it was presented, but a closer look dampened that enjoyment. I would like to see more of The Revolutionary, and wonder if The Fighting Yank will conscience for the character, but only time will tell. A fun ride that had some faults on closer inspection, I'm going with a 2.5 out of 5 on this one. Maybe time will justify a higher score, but right it is just an average story that hints at the possibilities it could reach. Read Full Review
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