grim's A-Team: War Stories: Face #1 - Quid Pro, Bro review

Face vs A Ducati Racing Motorcycle

   Templeton Peck aka Face has a history of getting thigs done that no one else can. Like getting a suitcase full of cash for ransom. or a quick flight over seas. or... finding a Ducati motorcycle in the middle of a war?
  While the show and the recent film-based comic both show that its his job to do things just like that, its rarely explained exactly what Face has to go through to get these odd items in no time at all. 
 as a result, this issue about Face trying to procure a rare racing motorcycle in the middle of a war torn Iraq is a rare and hilarious glimpse into an impossible job that only the Faceman can pull off.

2 Comments
Posted by .o0Johnny0o.

I'm usually quite reluctant with some comics that come out as a promotional aspect of a movie coming up but I might give this a try.

Posted by Grim
@.o0Johnny0o.: i know what you mean. the folks behind this really took their time getting to know the old show (if they didnt know it  already) and matching it up to the new view of the A-team, even if the movies sucks, these One-Shots alone are a good thing.

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    Intelligent, loyal, and a ladies’ man, Templeton “Face” Peck is all of these things and more. In his issue of A-Team War Stories, Face is shown as a carefree wheeler and dealer. Having “appropriated” an engine for the colonel’s transport vehicle, Face is given a choice: Find a Ducati motorcycle or be reported for his misconducts. The writing does a wonderful job of portraying Face’s character. He charms his way through different people and uses his wits when charm is not a viable option...

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