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Queen & Country, Vol. 5: Operation…

Queen & Country, Vol. 5: Operation Stormfront (edition 2004)

by Greg Rucka (Author)

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When an agent dies in the field, it's their fellow spies that are always hitthe hardest. When the agent that doesn't make it home is an ex-lover, "hard"doesn't begin to describe it. As Tara Chace and the rest of the department reelover the demise of one of their own, a ghost from Director Paul Crocker's pasthas him sending his minders into danger yet again. But will this operation freeCrocker from his ghosts or merely create new ones? Queen & Country:Operation: Stormfront is the latest volume in the award-winning series ofespionage and politics and sees creator Greg Rucka united with theEisner-nominated artist Carla Speed McNeil (Finder).… (more)
Title:Queen & Country, Vol. 5: Operation Stormfront
Authors:Greg Rucka (Author)
Info:Oni Press (2004), Edition: First Edition, 168 pages
Collections:Your library, Read but unowned

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Best story yet in this series, worst art yet. ( )
  nushustu | Aug 5, 2019 |
My blog post about this book is at this link. ( )
  SuziQoregon | Sep 2, 2015 |
This one has art done by Carla Speed McNeil. Her art, with its vivid but simple characterization, tells even more of the tense, painful, over-controlled inner lives of the field agents. Both chilling and beautiful. ( )
  trochaic | May 13, 2006 |
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McNeil’s art is terrific at capturing the emotions of bureaucracy — including fatigue and frustration — on the characters’ faces and through their postures. Her figures are so well-observed and executed that they’re almost distracting in their verisimilitude, and her crayon technique during an unexpected moment of crisis is impressive.

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