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‘Ordinary People,’ Part 2

The Killer’s involvement with the Cuban agent Katia deepens, and he is once again drawn to wondering about his place in the world.

Writer: Matz
Artist: Luc Jacamon

Price: $3.95
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.1%
Avg Rating: 4.3
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  1. Last issue was crap but the first two were good so I’ll finish this out.

  2. Crap is never a word to describe this book.  I think you’re way off base there.

  3. My problem with the last issue was the eight pages dedicated to recounting the crimes America and Europe have committed against South America. First I think most people are aware of those from high school history class so it felt unnecessary. Second It was far too long, essentially it was Matz spending a third of the issue pontificating about how terrible these things are. And they are terrible, I just didn’t need 8 pages of his opinions. Third, in the 12 issues of this series leading up to last issue the Killer has never shown an ounce of interest in politics of any kind and now all the sudden he feels bad about how South America has been treated? It seemed completely out of character for him. Again, it felt like Matz forcing his opinions out through the characters mouth. Fourth, this mini series has been set in South America since issue one. I understander needing to recount some of that history to give the book context but why wait until issue 3? Seems like issue 1 or 2 would have made more sense. So in summation yes, issue 3 was crap. Or at the very least the first third was crap.


    P.S. – If you like this you should check out Matz other book being published right now, ‘Bullet to the Head.’ Also if you want to read a great book about US abuses in South America check out ‘Confessions of an Economic Hitman.’

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