The Crew #2

Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Joe Bennett Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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Four men from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds who initially find themselves pursuing self-interested goals become inspired to a collective higher cause - defending the helpless residents of a dangerous urban no-mans land - Little Mogadishu. And they might just succeed, if they can stop fighting among themselves for just five minutes!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 29, 2003

    Black Panther fans who are enjoying the final arc of that title should enter this issue with a bit of a heads up, as events that play out in this issue are set after the events that have yet to play out in that title, so some plot elements are on display before their time. Still, once I got past my annoyance at having a couple surprises spoiled, I have to say that I found this issue to be an exceptionally entertaining read, and it's clear to me that Christopher Priest is trying for a harder, hit the ground running approach on this book, as Kasper Cole & Jim Rhodes look to be on a collision course. Now both men are clearly after the same thing, as they both want to rid this neighborhood of its less than desirable elements, but Kasper is clearly working from the position of what will be best for his interests, while Jim Rhodes is going for a batten the hatches, full steam ahead approach that looks like it'll turn an already intense environment into a raging inferno. It's a bit dense from Read Full Review

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