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Review – Death or Glory #1 (Image Comics)

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Review – Death Or Glory #1 (Image Comics)

Publisher: Image Comics Story: Rick Remender Artwork: Bengal Letters: Wooton Release Date: 2nd May 2018 Death or Glory #1 follows the story of Glory, an obviously capable young woman born and raised off-grid in a world of trucking convoys, pit stops and engine oil. A seriously ill father and no means to pay the medical bills prompts the beginnings of a heist that wouldn’t be out of place in a summer blockbuster. With everything from trucker bars, muscle cars, cops on the take and some seriously organised crime, Death or Glory crams in stereotypes and tropes without any hint of cliché. Trying to steer clear of vehicular puns like hi-octane, this is comic action at its glorious best. Now with all the capers going on, there’s a deeper story here, one we catch glimpses of when Glory’s armour slips. The bathroom scene in particular, where, despite a lack of any written words, so much story can be inferred. As an ongoing series that’s been in the planning stages for some time now, we can only hope that these little snippets will be developed and the opportunity to get in on the ground floor with something so striking is a real [...]



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