Upstate, Part 1 last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 05/27/18 07:26PM View full history

Detective Patrick Gleason is used to relying on his partner Sara Pezzini, bearer of the Witchblade, to have his back while tackling weird cases as part of the Special Cases Division. When a routine prisoner transport from upstate New York turns into a brutal mass murder, Gleason and a rookie deputy sheriff are on their own. But how did the killer commit the grisly crime chained and locked in a steel holding cell? Special guest artist Matthew Dow Smith (Dr. Who) joins longtime writer Ron Marz (Artifacts) for a supernatural crime story that for once may have nothing to do with the Witchblade!

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Gleason #142 0

So, if you're looking for Witchblade, this isn't the story for you. Aside from a brief cameo and description of Sara and the Witchblade, she is absent from the issue.   Now, that doesn't mean this is a bad issue. It focuses on her partner, Detective Gleason, who is on his own about to pick up a wanted criminal from upstate New York and bring him back to NYC. The criminal happens to be a mob hitman, with quite the creepy demeanor.   The story itself gives some good insight into Gleason's characte...

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