Analog #3: Capsule Review


Title: Analog #3

Publisher: Image Comics

Writer: Gerry Duggan

Artist: David O’Sullivan

Colorist: Jordie Bellaire

Letterer: Joe Sabino

Cover Artists: Mccrea; O’Sullivan

Review: ★★★★☆


When we last left Jack, he was trying to make his way to Japan for another delivery. Side tracked at his father’s house Jack finally makes way back to the city. Jack is also a man with a girl, by the name of Oona. The previous night shows Oona playing rough with some Nazi’s. The sequence is actually kinda gory. Duggan wants us to know that Oona is a bad ass. Jack cares for enough to put off his package delivery. Which, yet again, is side tracked by other interested parties. The other parties interested in Jack’s deliveries. It increases the intensity of the story and add additional subplots. The remainder of the story has some nifty/cleaver double talk about what happened to Oona. Jack is still on his way to Japan but we learn how much he truly cares for Oona. O’Sullivan still puts together some solid artwork. I can imagine this story represented on film with really chiseled actor to play Jack. Let’s hope the book continues it’s suspense from here on out.

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