My exposure to Kane & Lynch outside of this is really just limited to playing the game's demo once. The realism was notable, but I recall the gameplay not having enough gimmicks to intrigue me into playing the rest of the game. That aside, I enjoyed this comic for it being refreshingly single minded about this duo's charming barbarism without ever "insulting my intelligence" or anything like that. Read Full Review
However, the art doesn't do a tremendous job of capturing the action. Detail is lacking, colors are muddy, and many characters look similar enough that the flow of violence can become confusing. The plot, involving Kane's runaway daughter and a revenge plot by the 7, is solid enough, but not as involving as it could have been either. Writer Ian Edginton channels a bit of the humor and charm of his work in Victorian Undead. The script probably could have used more in that regard. In short, this issue could have been a lot worse. But even in a week as slow as this one, there are far better ways to spend your money. Read Full Review
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