In the newest issue of Red Agent: The Human Order, Alpha attacks a highborn base in London and kills everyone there except an agent named Silk. Britney and a fully-recovered Ava travel to London to meet up with Silk and aid him in defeating Alpha and his men. Will the newly-formed team be able to make it out alive or will they be the newest highborn names on Alpha’s list of casualties?
This is one of Zenescope’s best titles right now. Lou Iovino and Joe Brusha have put together a fun, action-packed adventure title that is constantly moving and has a fast, but not too fast, pace. Britney is an awesome character and the best part about this issue is it is set in London. Renato Rei and Eduardo Garcia did a great job drawing London in fantastic, and accurate, detail. The art was brought to life in stunning fashion by the colors of Hedwin Zaldivar, Grostieta and Jorge Cortes. The cover art of Britney set against the backdrop of Big Ben is one of the series’ best covers. Riviero and Grostieta did a great job on it.
They say the only guaranteed things in life are death and taxes. They forgot to add Zenescope publishing great titles to the list. Whether it’s Van Helsing vs…, Spirit Hunters, Robyn Hood or one of many others, you will find a great comic book to read under the Zenescope label. The best part is, these titles are only a click away at Zenescope.com. Red Agent: The Human Order is out now so be sure to stop by your local comic book shop and pick up a copy today!
Written by Lou Iovino
Art by Renato Rei and Eduardo Garcia
Colors by Hedwin Zaldivar, Grostieta and Jorge Cortes
Cover Art by Riviero and Grostieta
(Joe Grodensky – @JoeGrodensky)