Title: Justice Inc The Avenger: Faces of Justice # 1 Publisher: Dynamite Comics Written by: Kyle Higgins and Joe Gentile Illustrated by: Alexandre Shibao Colored by: Natalia Marques Lettered by: Troy Peteri Cover A by: Tom Mandrake and Wil Quintana Cover B by: Alexandre Shibao Price: $ 3.99 US Rating: 1 out of 5 stars Website: www.dynamite.com Comments: The FBI have the Avenger. He is accused of murdering a doctor. He has a team and they start to investigate. The Avenger meanwhile sits calmly answering questions. No action, no good poses, little drama, the characters you get to know a little bit. The story does not set up for anything. The Avenger is left sitting in jail. The issue needed more to happen in it. As the Avenger tries to prove his innocence hopefully next issue it will pick up. The mystery of who the second person attacked is should be revealed next issue. The mystery here really does not help with the story. This issue just needed more.
Title: Justice Inc The Avenger: Faces of Justice # 2 Publisher: Dynamite Comics Written by: Kyle Higgins and Joe Gentile Illustrated by: Alexandre Shibao Colored by: Natalia Marques Lettered by: Troy Peteri Covers by: Tom Mandrake and Wil Quintana Price: $ 3.99 US Rating: 2 out of 5 stars Website: www.dynamite.com Comments: Benson aka the Avenger is being framed for murder. The police bring in all the members of Justice Inc for questioning. They stick together and stand by their leader Benson. They are one hundred percent loyal. The way they talk makes this very clear. The Avenger's team gets to work trying to prove he is innocent while he sits in jail. They all care about him. The Avenger in action a silent strong man of action. Nellie one of Justice Inc in battle this girl is a fighter. Nellie finds her visit to the hospital to investigate most interesting. The art for the most part is to dark so you can not fully see the characters. Most of the issue moves slowly even the fights seem to. The Avenger's attitude of calm intensity does work.