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On the heels of the highly anticipated Human Target Fox television series comes a brand-new adventure pitting Christopher Chance against the organized crime…of the world! When he’s tasked with protecting a highly placed informant and collecting damaging evidence throughout Europe, every assassin and goon from Paris to Prague will be gunning for the Human Target!

From series creator Len Wein comes an all-new, action-packed adventure featuring the art of Bruno Redondo (PUSH) and covers by some of the industry’s most popular creators! As a bonus, we’ve also got a backup story by Peter Johnson, executive producer of the Fox series, with art by the amazing Chris Sprouse (TOM STRONG)!

Written by Len Wein and Peter Johnson
Art by Bruno Redondo, Sergio Sandoval, Chris Sprouse and Karl Story
Cover by Lee Bermejo
Photo variant cover

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  1. Lee Bermejo is fantastic.  He needs to do another graphic novel or some monthly interiors!

  2. What’s with all the artists? If it’s pencils does that mean this is an anthology of sorts? If it’s inkers/colorists….that’s not a good sign.

    I do love the show though so so much. I think this will be more of the FOX version of Human Target and not more insight into the DC character. Either way it could be a lot of fun.

  3. @TNC: All of your art questions are answered in the solictation.

    Main Story
    Written by Len Wein, Drawn by Bruno Redondo and Sergio Sandoval

    Back-Up Story
    Written by Peter Johnson, Drawn by Chris Sprouse and Karl Story

  4. Not sure how I’m gonna feel about Milligan not being on board, but it’s a great premise and it would be difficult to fuck it up.  Looking forward to it.

  5. @conor: Ah that makes more sense. Why didn’t they just solict it like that and not bog it down with so much hype? I literally missed the sentence of it saying there was a back up in this.

    Still, good stuff. Sprouse is a great artist.

  6. @TNC: They *did* solicit it like that. It’s not their fault you missed the sentence.

  7. I mostly watch this show because of Jackie Earle Haley…it feels kind of like a more-serious/less-fun version of Burn Notice, which is one of my favorites.

  8. This issue was absolute shit!!! Those of you who still want to know what Human Target is really about, get the Milligan trades.  Do not fucking read this!!!!!

  9. I rather enjoyed this as an outgrowth of the TV show, it wasn’t stellar but it was enjoyable. Your sort of classic Len Wein story. 3/5 for me. 

  10. This held together nicely with the series. It was fun.

  11. I will admit, I was at a loss as to why we were in France but characters were speaking Italian until about 3/4 of the way through the main story. I’m pretty sure I missed something, but I was curious if anyone else noticed that.

  12. @vadamowens The Human Target has been around a lot longer than Peter Milligan’s run.  His work is hardly the defining take on that character as far as I’m concerned.  This was really good.

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