Black Badge #6 ,
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy
(W) Matt Kindt
(A) Tyler Jenkins
(CA) Matt Kindt
The Black Badge program has been around for generations, and has a storied history to match. The Black Badge program is built on legacies, on recommendations, on families. How many fathers have sent their sons to a new class of Black Badges. This issue looks back at a previous generation of Black Badge, and the family ties that connect them to the current generation. 'The Grass King team reunites for the visually stunning Black Badge.' - AV Club
Date Available: 01/16/2019
Black Badge is a stellar comic. Here's the premise: The Boy Scouts provide a cover for an organization of talented youths who can use their age to infiltrate almost anywhere, and their status as scouts to get them through or out of any last bit of trouble.
Every choice for this book, the unique paper its printed on, the colors that bleed through the edges of the line work, the increasingly difficult concept of trust between our Badges, works. It is a unique thing in a world of sameness.
Ok, not enough for you? This issue, meet the Pink Badges. They're enough to make sure James Brown needs to give up the Cape achievement he earned so many years ago. You'll never look at Girl Scout Cookies the same way again.
I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams