Even had you not given Red Menace a try, there's always Ordway's and Vey's artwork to provide detailed eye candy. Not from the painted muscle man school of super-hero art, Ordway and Vey add visual attractiveness by showing costumes that aren't skin-tight and let the man or boy behind the masks be seen. Brass flies as .45 cannons fire. Cloth wrinkles as do the faces when a gamut of emotions radiates through the panels. The pacing never falters in scenes of action, suspense, or shadowy intrigue oozing from the deadly doings in Washington D.C. Read Full Review
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