The Exterminators Vol. 3: Lies Of Our Fathers

October 28, 2007 | Trades


The Exterminators Vol. 3: Lies Of Our Fathers
Simon Oliver, Tony Moore, Mike Hawthorne, John Lucas
Vertigo/DC Comics
$17.99/$14.99 US (Paperback)
**** (out of five)

The Exterminators gets right under your skin with some of the nastiest creepy-crawlies around — rooms full of cockroaches, sewers packed with rats, an empty swimming pool full of frogs and, worst of all: Rich, powerful white supremacists.
The mysteries of what is causing all the vermin of Los Angeles to revolt (in the literal way) deepen as Henry James and some of the other odd and eccentric bunch at Bug-Bee-Gone Exterminators gets a blast from their unpleasant pasts.
Henry gets an unwanted visit from his former cellmate, a rather nasty white supremacist with a very unsavoury plan for those that don’t into his master plan, while Bug-Bee-Gone researcher Saloth Sar is forced to confront his past role as a key figure in the Khmer Rouge.
All this and exploding house pets all in volume 3 of this disturbing ongoing series by writer Simon Oliver and artists Tony Moore, Mike Hawthorne and John Lucas.

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