Fear Agent #1

November 14, 2005 | Comics


Fear Agent #1
Rick Remender, Tony Moore
Image Comics
$3.65/$2.99 US
**** (out of five)

Rick Remender could be the next Robert Kirkman.
Or maybe he’ll simply be the first Rick Remender.
With an impressive list of art creds under his belt, with a pile of indie books and an inking gig in Avengers behind him, it is as a writer that we may be seeing the best of him.
His two most recent series for Image, Sea Of Red and Strange Girl are both really solid, but it is his latest, Fear Agent that might just put him over the top.
Working with Tony Moore (The Walking Dead), one of the least appreciated yet most impressive artists in the comic book industry today, Remender blast out of the gate with this first issue, giving us a glimpse of the day-to-day life of Heath Huston, the universe’s last Fear Agent or alien exterminator.
Tight dialogue and fast-paced action, highlighted by Moore’s terrific art team up to make this one of those books you’ll be kicking yourself next year if you don’t pick it up now.

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