Grendel: Red, White & Black #2

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    Comics Bulletin - Craig Lemon Nov 20, 2002

    There's a story told by Isaac Asimov about him writing short stories about certain characters whilst his fans demand more novels, which is far too self-indulgent for me to detail here (drop me an email to hear it) but is very relevant - although these shorts are occasionally hit and miss, always welcome, and nice to have, we (the readers) really want a full-length Hunter Rose series, a novel please, Mr. Wagner. It doesn't help that Rose's beginning and ending has already been told; after all, any future about him can hardly contain a credible threat to his health, as we know when, where and how he dies already. Maybe a re-imagining along the lines of Paul Chadwick's five part retelling of the origins of Concrete, Strange Armor is in order? A twelve-issue series giving us the full low-down on everything to do with Hunter Rose from beginning to end, the definitive word on the definitive version of a fantastic creation. Read Full Review

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