The second Volume of Jupiter’s Circle concludes here. The Utopian’s private life is great, while Brainwave still lies about what happened between him and Skyfox.
This month’s issue of Mark Millar’s Huck corrected much of what didn’t work in the previous installment.
Mayor Daley gives up to C.O.W.L.’s demands, and the strike is called off. But the tensions inside C.O.W.L. are not solved yet.
The criminal plan aimed to discover the secret identities of the members of The Front Line is coming to fruition while a biopic of Luminary is being shot.
In Secret Identities #4 Gaijin’s brother, a Yakuza member, has been kidnapped, while Vesuvius’s niece seems to have been hit by an Aztec curse.
After Radia rescued Alderman Lawrence, C.O.W.L.’s strike is in jeopardy. Meanwhile, some C.O.W.L. members are brutally assaulted.
Millar’s 2nd issue of Jupiter’s Circle has landed, and I must admit I didn’t feel the impact. The blackmail of homosexuals in a time when it is not legally or socially accepted continues and almost makes up for the lack luster artwork but it should appeal to fans of Millar and traditional comic book hero artwork.
A new story arc begins in Wayward. Rori and her friends are presumed dead, so the focus shifts on Ohara Emi, a perfectly normal Japanese girl. Or so she seems…
The FBI intervenes to force Chicago Mayor to reconcile with C.O.W.L., concluding their strike and getting their help against a new crime wave.
In Secret Identities”, each member of the Front Line, from new boy Crosswind to the ancient Vesuvius, has some personal issues to deal with. And there still is a mole in the team.