Redcoat #1 third print

Redcoat #1 third print

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Geoff Johns
(A/CA) Bryan Hitch
third print
SERIES PREMIEREImmortal. Mercenary. Kind of a tool. Meet Simon Pure, the newest UNNAMED hero, created by comic all-stars GEOFF JOHNS (GEIGER) and BRYAN HITCH.British redcoat and all-around rogue, Simon mysteriously became immortal in 1776 after a run-in with the clandestine cabal known as the Founding Fathers, which included George Washington, John Hancock, and many other prominent American Revolutionary War leaders. Since that fateful day, Simon has led a life of adventure and avarice, rubbing elbows (and sometimes fists) with many of history’s most renowned figures, including his nemesis Benedict Arnold, Albert Einstein, Annie Oakley, and many more. One thing they all agree on: they never want to see him again! But what are the true origins and extent of Simon’s power and the mysterious organization behind them? And how has it secretly shaped America and the world? Simon’s on a quest to find out!Don't miss out this new entry in the exciting Ghost Machine rollout—and it's 34 pages of story for only $3.99!
Date Available: 07/03/2024
BONUS REVIEW by Sean H.


So, the easiest way to describe Redcoat is that in this universe, the Founding Fathers were actually wizards, and a magical mix-up led to British conscript and born coward Simon Pure, the titular Redcoat, becoming an immortal assassin-for-hire who gets dragged kicking and screaming through the secret history of the United States.

I’m going to be honest, even if I had no idea who the creators of this book were, I’d still have picked it up for that premise alone. There are some ideas that are just too good to pass up, and this first issue showcases why this is one of them. The writing is strong and witty, and the artwork deserves special mention since Bryan Hitch shows that it’s never too late for an artist in a slump to show they’ve still got it, which he most definitely does. If you're a fan of his older stuff, you're going to be pleased with this one. While it’s in the same universe as Geiger, it’s once again not one of those things where you need to read other books to get what’s going on. This is a standalone tale and fans of Hellblazer, Pirates of the Caribbean, and the many indie works of Jonathan Hickman (especially Manhattan Projects and Black Monday Murders) will probably want to give it a go.


I give it 10 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Geoff Johns
(A/CA) Bryan Hitch
third print
SERIES PREMIEREImmortal. Mercenary. Kind of a tool. Meet Simon Pure, the newest UNNAMED hero, created by comic all-stars GEOFF JOHNS (GEIGER) and BRYAN HITCH.British redcoat and all-around rogue, Simon mysteriously became immortal in 1776 after a run-in with the clandestine cabal known as the Founding Fathers, which included George Washington, John Hancock, and many other prominent American Revolutionary War leaders. Since that fateful day, Simon has led a life of adventure and avarice, rubbing elbows (and sometimes fists) with many of history’s most renowned figures, including his nemesis Benedict Arnold, Albert Einstein, Annie Oakley, and many more. One thing they all agree on: they never want to see him again! But what are the true origins and extent of Simon’s power and the mysterious organization behind them? And how has it secretly shaped America and the world? Simon’s on a quest to find out!Don't miss out this new entry in the exciting Ghost Machine rollout—and it's 34 pages of story for only $3.99!
Date Available: 07/03/2024
BONUS REVIEW by Sean H.


So, the easiest way to describe Redcoat is that in this universe, the Founding Fathers were actually wizards, and a magical mix-up led to British conscript and born coward Simon Pure, the titular Redcoat, becoming an immortal assassin-for-hire who gets dragged kicking and screaming through the secret history of the United States.

I’m going to be honest, even if I had no idea who the creators of this book were, I’d still have picked it up for that premise alone. There are some ideas that are just too good to pass up, and this first issue showcases why this is one of them. The writing is strong and witty, and the artwork deserves special mention since Bryan Hitch shows that it’s never too late for an artist in a slump to show they’ve still got it, which he most definitely does. If you're a fan of his older stuff, you're going to be pleased with this one. While it’s in the same universe as Geiger, it’s once again not one of those things where you need to read other books to get what’s going on. This is a standalone tale and fans of Hellblazer, Pirates of the Caribbean, and the many indie works of Jonathan Hickman (especially Manhattan Projects and Black Monday Murders) will probably want to give it a go.


I give it 10 out of 10 Grahams


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