Marksmen #1
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Marksmen #1

Writer: David Baxter, Dave Elliott Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: July 20, 2011 Cover Price: $1 Critic Reviews: 2
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story DAVID BAXTER & DAVE ELLIOTT art JAVIER ARANDA, GARRY LEACH & JESSICA KHOLINE OF IMAGINARY FRIENDS STUDIOS cover TOMM COKER Sixty years ago the oil ran out and debts were called in. Civil war followed that splintered America into warring fiefdoms. New San Diego is a technocratic utopia that offers the last bastion of peace and prosperity, provided you live within its walls. Drake McCoy is its best protector. McCoy, an expert marksman, defends the city from the numerous threats in the wasteland outside the walls. But when the oil rich Lone Star state sends a powerful army to steal New San Diego's energy technology, even Drake's le more

  • 8.0
    ComicBuzz - David O'Leary Jul 19, 2011

    This book is off to a strong start with both the price of the book and then with the quality of the material within. When this book goes on sale on the 20th, there is no reason at all for you to not to read it. Fans of sci-fi and action or just fans of good looking books need look no further than Marksmen #1. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jul 23, 2011

    Drake, one of the Marksmen, rides through this barren, drought-stricken land, and I must commend Baxter and Elliott in creating the perfect contradictory attitude. Unlike many of protagonists from the ruined worlds, Drake hasn't lost his sense of humor or his sense of decency. The fact that he adopts a furry, four-legged friend and seeks his pet's welfare as the story progresses and new dangers arises is a winning quality. Read Full Review

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