Zero Killer #1

September 4, 2007 | Comics


Zero Killer #1
Arvid Nelson, Matt Camp, Dave Stewart
Dark Horse Comics
$2.99 US
**** (out of five)

New York City is a terrible place to live in 2007, even if it has been 34 years since the nuclear war.
Over 90 per cent of the world’s population bought it in 1973 in a blazing exchange of mushroom clouds and now NYC’s survivors live in the skyscrapers that were tall enough to remain out of the water when the ice caps melted and the floods came.
Amid this chaos sprang gangs, including the True Bloods, the Jokers and the Black Cats, that divided the city into territories and rule through intimidation and fear.
When those don’t work, they call in Zero.
A mysterious free agent with deadly fighting skills and an agenda of his own, Zero will solve your gang’s problems — for a price.
When three Black Cats go AWOL, Zero gets the call to haul them in, and he even saves a girl they were about to rape and kill, too.
Now with this new friend in tow, Zero is off to collect on his deal with the queen of the Cats and the mystery over just what he wants deepens.
Zero Killer, written by Rex Mundi creator Arvid Nelson and drawn by the talented Matt Camp, is a compelling book that makes you want to come back for more.

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