Red One by X. Dorison
- What if happens when America's Greatest Hero... is actually a Russian Spy?
It's 1977, the height of the Cold War between USSR and US, and the Kremlin has a plan to win the war against Uncle Sam: Propaganda! Vera Yelnikov is an elite agent in the Soviet Army during the Cold War — she IS the atomic bomb!
Vera is sent to Los Angeles by her bosses at the Kremlin. Her mission? Become a true "American superhero", to be the spearhead of a propaganda operation of communist values in the land of Uncle Sam and fight against the "Carpenter", a fascist serial killer who blames America's ills on liberals. Vera is clumsy and ignorant of the customs of "the American way of life". Her secret identity in the US is Alabama Jones, and she must find a day job to cover her secret identity... a job that allows her to blend in and meet the aspirations of the
Kremlin when the need arises as — RED ONE!
- Xavier Dorison (Long John Silver, The Third Testament) and
Terry and Rachel Dodson(Star Wars: Princess Leia, Uncanny X-Men,
Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, Harley Quinn) launch a sexy and funky new superhero story, straight out of a Tarantino film.
|Edition description:||Mature Readers (ages 16 and up)|
|Product dimensions:||9.40(w) x 12.50(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||16 Years|
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Red One based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Based solely on issue #1: A Soviet “super”-soldier/spy goes to the US Vera Yelnikov is sent by the Brezhnev regime to become a trusted “superhero” in the US. She arrives in LA to find herself close to the porn film industry. Beautifully-produced, it is fun, engaging and entertaining. Sex and violence are on the cards. To be continued – should be worth it.