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Division Shadow Written by Patrick Meaney, Art by Nicolas Colacitti, Carlos Devizia, Marcelo Carmona, Shawn Decker, and Shawn Ross, Lettered by Damian Duffy

The Body America is Vulnerable. Division Shadow is its immune system. But for the people connected to it, Division Shadow means Mutual Assured Destruction
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Kenneth Ashcraft's Review of Division Shadow
A must read for anybody who like's Splinter Cell and that kind of stuff.
This comic book is sweet.  I love the art, even though the style changes a lot its still very good and very fitting to the story. I wonder what it would look like with a splash of color. Anyway, great work, beautiful comic! Lots of fun to read. ... read it now!


daniel bristow's Review of Division Shadow
Division Shadow is a action/adventure/espionage series set in a near-future Middle-East

At least, that's what I think it is. So far, I've only read the first (24-page) chapter, and it's not giving a lot away. I'm hooked, though. From the start, Division Shadow plunges the reader into the centre of the action, and uses a dense, muli-layered narrative structure to hit you with a whole bunch of information all at once. For the first few pages, I was pretty disorientated, but quickly started to enjoy the challenge of working out what the hell was going on.

Most of the action is set in a near-future Middle-East that appears to be in a complete state of political collapse, ruled over somewhat ineffectually by local warlords, shadowy military types, and a bunch of people working for an organ isation called "the Haven". It all feels depressingly plausible. I couldn't tell you for sure yet who the good guys are - this isn't the kind of book that gives you any quick answers.

 If you're looking for an entertaining way to kill five minutes, or a few quick laughs, then Division Shadow is the last place you should look. However, if you're up for something a bit more demaniding, intelligent, intruiging and politically astute, you've got it.

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