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REVIEW: Red Dog #3 – 451 Media
What’s better than a robotic dog with a 6668 Quantum Processor brain and Nikocell S474
camera eyes … a networked pack of robotic dogs with 6668 Quantum Processor brains and Nikocell S474 cameras eyes. In Rob Cohen’s Red Dog, adapted by Andi Ewington, the wolfpack takes on a new meaning as this team of cyber hounds come together under young Kyle’s expert training.
This cinematic and entertaining western themed sci-fi read comprises all the good basics: an off-world mining colony on the dusky planet Kirawan; shared by its new human residents and primitive war-like indigenous bug-eyed alien population. Kyle, the only child on the planet, does his best to survive amongst the adult population, alongside his superior engineered robotic K-9 companions, and slightly dysfunctional family.
The plot is familiar, but the vivid visuals and fast-paced story telling keeps you hooked wanting for more. After all. who can’t relate to the love of a young boy for his android dogs.
Here is the quote:
“Hang on Red … I’m coming for you …”
Red Dog #3, 451Media
Created and Written by: Rob Cohen
Adapted by: Andi Ewington
Illustrated by: Alex Cormack
Cover by: W. Scott Forbes
Colored by: John Rauch
Lettered by: Taylor Esposito
451 Media’s s6x #7 and #8
Running a few weeks behind, I finally managed to catch up with my stack, closing the book on the final two issues of s6x. Written by George Pelecanos and Andi Ewington, with art by Ty Dazo and Mack Chater (and covers by Ben Oliver) this mini-series pushed McQuade’s team to its Zen ending of no ending. Sacrifices were made, battles were won and lost, and secrets were revealed; but the war against the Cartel continues.
This is a fantastic action-packed read, especially if you are into the special operations military genre. If you missed the print copies, check out their website for digital details; and perhaps, who knows, a TPB offering may be in the works for the future. I’ll keep an eye out for you.
Here is the final quote:
“We live as One. We die as Six.”
s6x #8, 451Media
Created by: George Pelecanos
Written by: Andi Ewington
Illustrated by: Mack Chater
Cover by: Ben Oliver
Colored by: Dee Cunniffe
Lettered by: Jim Campbell