Review by: leland222

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Price: 2.99

I really missed Tony Moore on this issue. I didn’t realize what a huge part of this book he was until we had fill in artist Jerome Opena. His artwork was in no way bad! It just wasn’t Tony Moore. There were also a few times in this issue when I had trouble trying to figure out exactly what action was taking place. The art work detracted from the great story which is a shame.

Heath has quickly become one of my favorite comic book characters. He’s by far my favorite drunk-puking-in-his-own-helmet-hero. It’s such a joy to see him get into the stickiest of situations and come out blasting. I was a little confused in this issue about all the story lines and exactly how everyone fits. For me, this comic is best when it’s Heath scraping by the hairs of his chinny, chin, chin.

My stack this week had two really great villains and one of which are the soul sucking alians of Fear Agent. I love this book even when I’m not totally sure what’s going on. If you love good old fashioned alien fighting then you should definitely check outt Fear Agent.

Story: 3 - Good
Art: 2 - Average

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