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From the Eisner award-winning team that brought you Daredevil, Halo, and the Avengers comes another startling new chapter in their first ever creator owned series. You've met Scarlet and now you know who she is and what she wants... the world is a corrupt broken place and she is going to fix it. But how far is she willing to go? She is talking revolution right here in the United States!! But where does one start such a thing? 

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Review: Scarlet #2 0

Scarlet steps up her vendetta against the Portland police department by concocting a very-involved scheme targeting the detective who did her wrong.   The Good   You know, I always enjoy a good case of characters breaking the fourth wall.  I'd call this a psychotic riff on Alfie or Ferris Bueller, but that'd be selling short this truly-involving style of this book, which is delirious mix of acid burn and personable realism. While I've got some issues with what's perhaps on over-reliance on photo...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Dive in deeper into Scarlet's mind 0

Wow, how long has it been since the first issue? Anyway, in this issue, Scarlet learns the truth about Gabriel and what she plans to do to change the world.  Pros:   I got to hand it to Bendis. Breaking the fourth wall may sound like a ridiculous move to do in comics and make it seem unreasonable, but with Scarlet, I feel like it connects somehow. Like I said in the last issue, Scarlet is someone you could relate to either with yourself or someone you know. In a way, its the approach of what Bru...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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