By Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips, with colors by Val Staples Fresh off the Eisner win for Best Writer, INCOGNITO continues the pulp/noir mash-up extravaganza!

After a year of living and working with the good guys, Zack goes deeper into the super-criminal underworld on what could be his final mission…trying to save a good man who may have gone bad.

A mission that will have him questioning everything he’s ever known. Also includes another exclusive Pulp essay by Jess Nevins, Professor of pulp history, only available in the single issues of Incognito.

Story by Ed Brubaker
Art by Sean Phillips
Colors by Val Staples

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  1. This series is fantastic. I also read all of criminal not too long ago and this creative team is just pure brilliance.

  2. Love reading Incognito, such a great creative team and I always feel like I get total bang for my buck with every issue.  Slow down and enjoy these.

  3. @TexasZombie99  There is always some really cool idea or surprise in every issue. Like last issue, when he was made to look like he was arrested, and then injuring some S.O.S. guards, I thought, wait, why would they let him hurt those agents? But then its revealed they were traitors and double agents, and instead of incarcerating them they just gave them this assignment to unkowingly get their asses kicked. That was awesome.

  4. my thoughts on the series – whatever 

  5. enjoying this a lot but ill still take more criminal over this any day.

  6. Whatever?  I’m guessing your lack of enthusiasm comes from the slow pace of the releases, I think the story and main characters are pretty intriguing…but it reads better in one big sitting for sure.

  7. I pray every now and then to the Collection Gods that we get a deluxe hardcover of both Incognito arcs like the Criminal hc.

  8. pace, shmace.

    It’s not a good story

  9. @edward  The most constructive of criticisms.

  10. I haven’t read any of the Incognito series yet but plan to.  I have read Sleeper and found it to be skillfully created.  I’d imagine Incognito would follow suit.

    @edward, what books would you recommend instead?

  11. Another solid issue.  Sean Phillips is really one of the best artists out there.  This book is gorgeous to look at.

    Don’t really understand the plot, but I love the Zak Overkill character.  I’m a total sucker for this dark world populated by mad super scientists and super henchmen.  So cool.

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