High Crimes #8

High Crimes #8

Writer: Christopher Sebela Artist: Ibrahim Moustafa Publisher: Monkeybrain Comics Release Date: November 12, 2014 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Reeling from the thinning atmosphere and the aftermath of a friend's death, Zan Jensen is closer than she's ever been to her dream summit of Everest. As she tries to figure out how to save Haskell, herself and the treasure map of secrets buried in Sullivan Mars' body, her race against the Strange Agents takes an even deadlier turn into nightmare territory.

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - Nick Philpott Nov 15, 2014

    This series is so good that any issue could be your starting point. If you started this month, you'd get everything you need about the story, and you'd be able to enjoy it. The only downside is you'd be missing everything that came before, all the things that fill in this issue and make it another precarious, thrilling step up the mountain towards the end. Let's hope we all survive it. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Coming Up Comics - David Melton Nov 11, 2014

    Head over to Monkeybrain and pick this title up. You will not be disappointed. An amazing story with breathtaking artwork that should be in everyone's collection. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    All-Comic - Dan Pennacchia Nov 12, 2014

    There is no question the care that the creators have been putting into High Crimes since the start. But with each issue, there seems to be even more on every page. When it is all said and done, High Crimes is likely to be one of the more memorable series in recent years. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Newsarama - Scott Cederlund Nov 17, 2014

    "Climbing teaches you that you're all alone," is the wrong lesson for Zan to have learned in her lifetime. She isn't alone because that's the natural state of things; she's alone because she pushes everyone away. That's her story. We continue to see it in High Crimes #8, as one of the few allies she has leaves her because she wouldn't tell him the truth about why she was climbing Everest. Sebela and Moustafa's thin-aired thriller takes us to the top of the world where we begin to see the person that Zan wants to be. She might think that climibing teaches a person to be alone but that doesn't mean that she wants to believe in that lesson. Read Full Review

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