Deep under the Pentagon lies a top secret training facility. The two best agents: Sniper and Rook. Their mission: do the dirty work required in this day and age to protect the country. But within this comic is a secret I must reveal to you before we go any further…
This is the most BORING book I have ever read.
Predictable plot, uninspired characters and plot holes the size of Nebraska. For example, Rook is a female computer specialist and ex-Olympic gymnast, we all know that happens everyday. Sniper is the all American boy turned cop who was booted off the force for disobeying a superiors questionable order. Original.
Now what is this hotshot Mulder/Scully wannabe teams first mission? Saving the President from Soviet Russian terrorists. Let me repeat that. Saving the President from Soviet Russian terrorists. Where’s Bruce Willis when you need him!?
Do they explain how the Russians got to him? No. Do they explain the conveniently placed sewer passage that leads our duo directly to the oval office? No. Does this pair need any backup what-so-ever? Of course not! Who needs strategically placed back-up when you have a ex-gymnast in a belly shirt and a ex-cop in tight jeans. Although secret service men do show up but only after Sniper & Rook have shot all the terrorists. Why have survivors to interrogate when you can have a high body count! YAY!
If the writer wanted to liven up this comic by trying to be hardcore he failed. You need more to a tough guy than matching leather jackets and, I’ll admit it, well drawn fight scenes.
You need a plot that won’t make the reader fall asleep! I’ve drooled over comics before but never from drowsiness. But if you are a fan of bad action movies you might like it. Jean-Claude Van Dam bad, not Naked Gun bad.
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