The second collection of the modern pulp sci-fi classic shines a light on the history of Heath Huston, and how the Fear
Agents were born from the courage and conviction of desperate humans, whose planet was being torn apart by two warring, apocalyptic alien races. Dive into the past and discover how Heath became the hard-drinking, straight-shooting,
destitute hero we know and love him as.
Collecting Fear Agent
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Fear Agent: Final Edition Volume 2 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Having read Volume 1 which covered #1-4, I find that this volume covers later issues, meaning I missed a few in between. This volume has two arcs, the first being a flashback to how Heath became a Fear Agent with lots of background information and explanation. The second arc, Hatchet Job, has the team divided, one half searching for a inhabitable planet, the others gathering food. All of them get into all sorts of trouble: some die, others fight on. There’s a lot going on and it moves along at quite a pace, including flashbacks in the second arc, involving Mara. The artwork is clear, detailed and enjoyable in the second arc, less so in the first. Better than Volume 1.