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THE AWARD WINNING, BEST SELLING, POWERHOUSE CREATIVE TEAM BEHIND DAREDEVIL, HALO, AND THE AVENGERS UNLEASH THEIR BOLDEST PROJECT YET! SCARLET! This is the comic experience of the year! The first creator owned series by one of the most successful teams in all of modern comics. Scarlet is the story of a woman pushed to the edge by all the wrong with the world...A woman who decides to stand up and fight back...A woman who will not back down...A woman who discovers within herself the power to start a modern American revolution!! In the vein of Alias, Powers, and Jinx, Scarlet debuts a fascinating new comics character that, with every issue, reveals new things about herself against a completely original backdrop of intrigue and drama. Get in on the ground floor of the first creator owned series by Maleev...ever. (and yes, the trademark obnoxious Bendis letter column will be here too).
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Hero or Killer? 0

I root for the villain every bit as much as the hero.   I have often said, "I like a little bit of Villain in my Hero" and vice versa but maybe Scarlet goes too far, even for me.      In Scarlet's case, I'm not sure which she is and I have this strange need, to stick her into one of those tight neat little boxes (I hate little boxes).   That is unusual for me, typically I WANT moral diversity.   It's those moments when a villain or hero surprises me, makes an unexpected choice, which shows their...

18 out of 19 found this review helpful.

Strong Start 0

From the very first page where our heroine is just finishing off choking some random dude to death. This first issue explodes with the harshness of a "broken world" and gives us a strong look at the main character teasing us with hints about her motivations and context for her personality (which involves a lot of the breaking of the 4th wall). But, at the same time there is still a lot of mystery about who she is and her contextual place in the larger world.   Bendis does a superb job of reeling...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Scarlet Issue 1 0

I took a gamble today. Not a big one mind you, but a little one. You see, I am a Bendis fanatic. Everything I have read that he wrote I liked, most of it I've loved. Alex Maleev on the other hand I've only encountered once. Granted, that was awesome as well. So when I heard about this book, an indy book with nothing preceding it, a real world setting, and Bendis and Maleev, I figured I'd take a gamble. Now kids, gambling is a terrible habit. Lucky me though, it paid off this time. I entered know...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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