Griffin Frank is pissed. A doctor outside of Mexico City has removed his face and fingerprints and grafted them onto the young lover of his porn-star wife. Mad with pain, Griffin begins to believe he is The Revenger. And someone's going to pay.
The second issue of Revenge is just as impressive as the first. We get more plot development and the lingering scent of several double crosses in the future. Jonathan Ross has presented us with two very well written issues that are accompanied by wonderful artwork from Ian Churchill. If the quality can hold up on both ends, this can be an outstanding series moving forward. Read Full Review
The first issue of revenge was a rollercoaster of violenceand sex. It was enjoyable but I wondered if writer Jonathon Ross had blown hisload on the first issue, it turns out he hadn’t as Revenge continues to delightand disgust readers in equal measure. This is a great read but be warned thisis one hell of a feast of flesh. Read Full Review
This book is only good for the art; the story is too shallow to keep my attention. I don't mind a mindless story, but this seems almost too much and too little. Sorry to say you lost me. Read Full Review
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