Red

Red

Book - 2009
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"Paul Moses was quietly retired--until his former employers decided he was too dangerous to live. But while the CIA might have forgotten his training, Moses hasn't. When a kill team interrupts his solitude, he changes his status from green to red. As the bodies pile up, the men who set this ruthless killer back into action sit safe in their Langley offices. At least, that's their intention--Moses has a different plan" --Publisher description.
Publisher: La Jolla, Calif. : Wildstorm, 2009.
ISBN: 9781401223465
140122346X
Characteristics: 124 p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Hamner, Cully

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TacoAdvocate Jun 28, 2017

This is a classic graphic novel. Just an old retired government agent being a badass. It is a great little book with mindless violence, which was definitely worthwhile if you enjoy such things (which I do on occasion). I mostly just hate how short it is. There is no real backstory or character de... Read More »


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TacoAdvocate Jun 28, 2017

This is a classic graphic novel. Just an old retired government agent being a badass. It is a great little book with mindless violence, which was definitely worthwhile if you enjoy such things (which I do on occasion). I mostly just hate how short it is. There is no real backstory or character development. So if you enjoy mindless violence and gore, and have 15 minutes to kill (heh), then you should pick this up.

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hgibbins
Aug 07, 2014

If you are looking for a story that the 2 movie franchise is based on then theoretically this is it. At least the name of the main character is the same. Outside of this, this graphic novel bears little resemblance to the movies, and seems to simply be an excuse to draw people being shot. I've read numerous graphic novels that are better, and that actually attempted to maintain a cohesive story rather than just "I'm mad and what you've done, therefore I'm going to kill everyone". Not worth the 15 minutes it took to read.

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Octillion
Jul 21, 2013

Excellent little read. It's really interesting to read this book and watch the movie because you really get to see how things to through the 'Hollywood Machine'. Awesome artwork, great story, and it was really cool to see the making-of feature at the end of the book.

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