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Human traffickers. Rogue medical teams. Yakuza run organ mills and a six year-old drug fiend. Welcome to Dr. Benjamin Dane's nightmare. His only way out? Bring down the man who set him up by reclaiming organs already placed in some very powerful people. If Dexter, ER and 100 Bullets had a three-way and that mind blowing tryst somehow resulted in a kid, that kid would read HARVEST. Medical Grade Revenge.

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Dark Atmosphere With Surgical Precision 0

Every time Image puts out a new series, it almost ALWAYS looks intriguing. But I'm frequently spending beyond my budget as it is, so I don't always act upon my instincts to buy what looks interesting. Often it's stylistic art that turns off my instincts. I'm pretty sure I'd get past it, but in the moment I need ANYTHING to talk myself out of going beyond my budget. Harvest didn't have that disadvantage, and it also grabbed the interest of my gf, coming with me to the comic shop for the second ti...

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A Good Start 0

Introductory ramblings:As I always spend waaay too much time at the LCS just browsing issues that aren’t on my weekly pull list in a concerted effort to always go over budget “by mistake,” I just happened to casually grab and flip through this issue. Seeing as there wasn’t a lot to read on the first three pages or so I read them, skimmed the rest of the book, and was still undecided about its fate- that is, until I saw the last page. It made me laugh out loud as I stood, not three feet from the ...

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Harvest #1 0

There’s an almost screenplay quality to the first issue of Image’s new miniseries, Harvest. With a divisive and troubled lead character fronting a unique and mature plot with a string of interlacing subplots - it wouldn’t surprise me if writer, A.J. Lieberman was influenced by hit shows such as Breaking Bad or Mad Men. Unlike these shows however, Harvest fails to produce a really captivating pilot that will have readers chomping for more.It’s a combination of things but the biggest headache is o...

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