The Big Bang Theory, Chapter 1: America Eats Her Young last edited by pikahyper on 03/09/21 02:02AM View full history

    Reporter Rob Chaplik of the Dakota Chronicle heads to Paris Island for the biggest and most dangerous story of her career: the Blood Syndicate, a street gang like no other, super-powered by the Big Bang and feared by drug dealers and the mob as well as the authorities.

    The Blood Syndicate, a group of individuals who aim to take down any form of oppression especially the white man's oppression of the people within their turf. They also wish to clean their streets, and today is one of those days as they aim to take down a crack house and reap from it as well.

    On this mission a reporter, Rob (Robin) Chaplik, follows the team hoping to get the story of her career. Many of the Bloods do not want her to even be near them let alone follow them into battle. But they bring her along for the ride, but things turn crazy when Holocaust decides to erupt the building in fire.

    As the team argues about Holocaust's methods a fight between Holocaust and Tech 9 erupts.



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    See scans and summary here     The Good Bold and Ballsy are the two words that best describe this first issue. Instead of superheroes we get a gang of super-powered freaks. As far as introduction issues go, this one was a good read. The team gets their introductions and all their powers get highlighted. Right out the gate we also get some interesting team dynamics. Brick and Wise son have issues; Holocaust and Tech-9 have different ideas about what there gang should be doing. Tech-9 cl...

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    Gangs of Dakota 0

    So, I love Milestone. Like, I REALLY love Milestone. Anyone who's read any Milestone can probably understand, it was just so god damn well written as a whole. They weren't just 'Ethnic Superhero Comics' they were just about the best of the best, and happened to all be Ethnic Superhero Comics. And better then that, they had such great variety between them, no series felt like it was overlapping in tone with another, even if the stories crossed over frequently.This love letter to Milestone is to m...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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