Written and pencilled by Jason Franks. Inked by Dave Gutierrez.
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Four out of five stars from Backwards Compatible–I guess they liked us.
The story feels very tongue in cheek and read that way I think it’s a great romp. For those looking for a deeper experience I’m not sure you are going to find what you’re looking for. This is story is probably not for everyone but then universality can be overrated. The mixture of technology, violence and the breakdown of parts of civilisation mixed with our quippy lead make McBlack at least for me a great place to be.
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A very kind review from the lovely folks at Fanboys Inc.
McBlack is a bad man, who doesn’t care. This story is full of action yet is somewhat of a detective story due to his past, and his methodology. It’s a great Mafia hitman-esque story. It’s over the top, it knows it is, and it doesn’t care. It is penned well, and I honestly hope Jason is able to create more great stories.
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The crew over at Scaryminds have given us a nine star review.
“This comic comes highly recommended, McBlack is the modern anti-hero we have all been craving with Franks delivery outstanding scripts that will have you glued to the page.”
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Now available for your Kindle Fire, sporting an amazing cover by Rhys James: McBlack #2!
“Kill the Body and the Head Will Die. While investigating the disappearance of Duke David Oberg, McBlack follows the clues to a dog park and a monster truck sales yard… but after tangling with a gang of redneck triads and a mixed municipal soccer team, the bodies are piling up faster than the clues. The case is not at all what it seems, but suddenly McBlack has bigger problems: an old enemy has rolled back into town and it’s all Old Smiley can do to keep his head on his shoulders.”
At $0.99 it’s cheaper than a Coke–an a hell of a lot more violent. You need this.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, madames and monsieurs, LADY McBLACK #1 is now available from the Blackglass Press webstore.
This is the first chapter of McBlack volume 2 and it picks up some unresolved plot threads from volume 1:
At the behest of her three sisters, McBlack investigates the murder of Lila Bodicker by the Wester Reapers, a mixed municipal soccer team. But whoever killed Lila does not want the Bodicker sisters to find out what really happened and before long McBlack himself is being hunted in the streets.
Written and pencilled by Jason Franks, inked by Dave Gutierrez. 22 pages, B&W, cover by Rhys James. Get into it.