The Courier: Liberty & Death #1

Writer: Ralph Tedesco Artist: Oliver Borges Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: January 20, 2021 Cover Price: $5.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
7.3Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

When Eve returns to Liberty - the stronghold where she was raised - she reconnects with her brother who works for a ruthless gang leader named Gillings. And when old debts are asked to be paid in the form of murder, Eve must find a way to save not only her brother, but her soul.
The long-awaited sequel to 2017's hit comic book series is here!

  • 9.6
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Jan 20, 2021

    The Courier: Liberty and Death is sobering reminder that not every story is required to begin with a pleasant beginning to be an effective carrier of human emotions, it just needs a motivating undertone to engender itself within the reader. And thanks to gritty artwork and an almost smothering selection of grounding colors, this title succeeds in compelling the audience to become entangled within Eve's story, even if the foundation seems intensely familiar. But as the tension builds and we are once again plunged into the terrors of this world, one cannot but hope the journey will take a much needed turn from the ordinary in order to show its readers the welcomed anticipation of the unexpected. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Jan 20, 2021

    Wastelands and survivors aren't a new phenomenon, with some pretty famous ones around long before Rick and his Walking Dead crew hit the racks. When it comes to this type of story, there always seems to be another story type mixing it up, be it science fiction in Logan's Run, zombies in the aforementioned Walking Dead and so on. For me, there is nothing of any great nuance to this book and its settings. If you are looking for a heroine of the wasteland type of affair, check out Lola XOXO by Siya Oum, published by Aspen Comics. It may not have the titillation of a thigh high cut dress, but Oum offers gorgeous artwork in every book with a story that is well plotted for the long run, rather than a three issue snippet. Read Full Review

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