Ramone and Finn arrive in Mangapore to procure new employment from the Yakuza, only to find themselves the target of his two best assasins-Finn's ex-wife and her poly-metal synthetic sidekick! All-new cover by Cobra artist Antonio Fuso!
I was pleased with this issue and glad that it didn't suffer from the second issue let-down that so many other series suffer from. To be honest when I hear reprint or "first time released in North America" I get nervous because usually it's just an easy way to fill a spot on a publisher's schedule, but I'm actually glad that IDW picked up Sinister Dexter and how they've handled it so far. Though I could really go for an advanced look at the next issue" Read Full Review
Overall this is a nice little ride that shouldn't go unnoticed by science fiction lovers. There's an undercurrent of societal commentary here that should satiate the thinkers out there, but plenty of gore and violence for the action lovers too. Read Full Review
Maybe its just because he has more room to work with, but the series creator and writer Dan Abnetts script especially the dialogue is worlds better than in issue one. Its also much, much funnier. A running gag involving the customizable language function of Mangapores taxis is especially amusing so much so that Im even beginning to enjoy the word funt, if you can believe that. Read Full Review
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