Big Trouble in Little China/Escape from New York #1 revives two of John Carpenter and Kurt Russell’s most iconic characters for a fun-filled adventure.
Mycroft Holmes and the Apocalypse Handbook #1 shows the stunning success of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s transition to comics writing.
The Discipline gives Melissa a new trainer, the disgusting Swinburne, and a mission: she needs to go to Rome to face an old, very dangerous Satyr.
Control #2 continues Diggle and Cruickshank’s unoriginal but increasingly intriguing crime procedural-cum-conspiracy thriller.
Melissa is in the hands of the Satyr who once was her friend Bliss, while her recent actions are under examination by the Discipline.
Control #1 sees Andy Diggle returns with a D.C. crime series that’s slow-burning and full of promise.
Melissa is reborn, thanks to Orlando, as a member of the Discipline; her husband still fears her, and her dog starts attacking her.
Melissa confronts her new lover Orlando, who says he’s a member of “the Discipline”, whatever it is. And he threatens her sister if she leaves him…
rather cheesy names even by comic book standards but this time around they have been given a much darker, supernatural tone.
Which eventually brings them to an abandoned and barricaded branch of S-mart. This is where our old hero Ash, makes his appearance finally in the story, leading to a tense situation.