Espionage is an art really.
A fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants affair.
The less rhyme or reason… the better.
Intricately connected vignettes tell the stories of ordinary people caught up in the deadly business of espionage across World War Two-era Europe. People who do not normally read graphic novels may find themselves surprised by this book, which lingers on the large and small ways that these people betray themselves and others as they play their parts in the spy game. Of course, there is also plenty of action and suspense to go along with the pathos and dense character work. Artist Matt Kindt is relatively unknown, even in the comics world, but shows himself to be a genius of the form. In addition to employing several styles to help differentiate the plot lines, he also litters his panels with clues and codes that sharp readers will enjoy untangling as they connect the dots between the troubled characters. Super Spy is a dazzling work that is sure to appeal to readers who love twisty, believable tales of espionage.
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