Red Agent: The Human Order #1

Red Agent: The Human Order #1

Writer: Lou Iovino Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: November 30, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
6.1Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

The world has become a dangerous place. Highborn's and monsters from the Realms of Power hide in plain sight. Now the world's leaders are looking to exploit their powers for their own gain, using them as spies and assassins for covert missions. But the Highborn initiative is there to balance the scales with their own group of super powered spies. Led by Britney Waters, better known now as the Red Agent, her team travels the world battling the forces of evil that lurks in the shadowy world of espionage and secret intelligence.  

  • 9.6
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Nov 30, 2016

    Grimm Fairy Tales Presents Red Agent: The Human Order is what I wanted from a Britney Waters series. While the calm and pensive side of Red is a delight to see, it is her feral side which I love watching. We all know what it is like to keep your feelings in check, not saying what is on your mind or letting a punch swing wide, but it is this heroine who must keep her anger under wraps unless she returns to her former rage. However now that she has those emotions under control, it is so liberating to see someone release them when it is appropriate " and in a way it is so satisfying to watch her rip into someone who deserves her ire. Whatever Iovino and his artistic team have in mind for the rest of this series, and however they plan to uncover this vile plot, I am sure we will be in for one wild ride " and it will be well worth the wait! Read Full Review

  • 6.6
    Major Spoilers - Etienne Paul Dec 5, 2016

    Red Agent gives us enough to keep you interested for next month, but unless you buy these books for the art, I think it will disappoint long term. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Geek-O-Rama - Rick Dec 29, 2016

    If Zenescope had anything interesting to say, I might forgive (or indeed embrace) their fairy-tale fetish pinup characters. But Zenescope is C-list at best. They dont try very hard at all. With the exception of Van Helsing Vs. Frankenstein (a wonderful anomaly), their comics are nothing more than justification for their covers, which are their sole selling point. And to be honest, even as pinups theyre not very good. Jaded indeed. Read Full Review

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