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August 29, 2005


Jim Roeg

You're not alone, Kurt. I had mixed feelings about this issue as well, particularly the torture scene as an illustration of Jack's expertise. I like the premise, though, so I'm hopeful...


Right on, brother! Couldn't agree with you more. Thanks for checking out the blog, too!


i'm w/ you also - nothing grand here for me. seems very "done" to me as i read it. meh.

Ryan X

You guys sound like a bunch of movie critics! I agree that it isn't "new" or whatever, but who cares about realistic interrogation techniques that go on for weeks or months? Blowing a dude's digits off in the first minutes of interrogation is kick ass! That's why it's a comic book, but that's just me. Agree that the suitcase scene had me a little baffled as well, but I still have a lot of hope for this title.

Joshua Peterman

You're right, I was left a little sour after reading what that theif did to my work, my 5 year old version of the same story (same characters) ends a little better.


This really struck me as Bizzaro-Ocean, and not in a good way.

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