This is a reprint of a story serialised in 2000AD and it’s a cracking read. With a British writer and artist everything feels authentic and the jokes and cultural references are genuinely relevant. It’s not heady sci-fi and there is no deep message but this is a great cinematic romp.
It was fun to read, excellently illustrated and has a protagonist you can root for – you just wouldn’t lent him any money. It made me smile and so I definitely give it a Thumbs Up!
Tomorrow: London’s Dark – James Robinson & Paul Johnson