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YOUR GOVERNMENT DOES NOT WANT YOU TO READ THIS BOOK! Loosely based on events in the American intelligence community during the Reagan administration, FIRE tells the unique and powerful story of a young man's virgin journey through the complex world of international intelligence. This is a complete globe spanning thriller for fans of "Bond," pulp spy novels, and true world crime stories. This definitive presentation of Eisner Award-winner Brian Michael Bendis' first cinematic noir comic features re-mastered art, lettering, and a newly revised script. 

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Should I set this book on "Fire"? 0

I would like to state I have never read the original release of Fire so I cannot compare the remaster to the originals.  I am mixed feelings about this book.  The premise is cool, it is about a new type of spy.  The older spies are outdated because of technology, the newer spies are orphans or loners with no attachments.  This is a story about Benjamin Furst, one of these "new" spies form Project Fire. The problem I have with this book is Bendis' writing.  This is the oldest story he wrote that ...

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