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The Daemonites have taken everything from Cole Cash, and now the world's greatest con artist will find himself the victim of an absolutely alien grift, forcing him to make a choice: die at their blue hands, or kill his own brother. Cole will fight his way to his own finish line in the streets of Paris, amid the fires of burning alien bodies.

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Since I learned 0

This series which has been edgy and generally leans that way, has also generally never really escaped from the realm of average.  One of the things which I think gave it  better sense of itself was the presence of Gretchen in Cole's life.  Another and one which is visible here is the use of the "Fight through it, I know you are in there" speech to a former ally now being controlled by someone else.  There are some decent and well planned and well executed action sequences here, but they end up b...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

American Brothers in Paris 0

Blah. This cover's probably the weakest one yet. Grifter and his brother both look ridiculously over masculine. Their muscles are bulging to the point that they should be bursting from their veins. Apparently the covers are already prepared for Liefeld to swoop in and ruin them, easing us into it. Grifter's been more creative and charismatic; not some macho macho muscle head.This issue could've been great. It made me start worrying again about the new creative team, because its clear that this i...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Brother vs. Brother! 0

(No Spoilers)After a string of action centered issues, Nathan Edmondson takes his last issue to tie up some loose ends and give us an emotional action-packed ending to his Grifter run. Even fill-in artist Daniel Sampere does a great job of taking the reigns from Scott Clark for an issue and doing some great work as we see this first chapter of Grifter's story wrap-up.I have to admit, when I first starting reading the issue, I got a little annoyed at how it started. I knew going into it that it w...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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