RICH REVIEWS: Simon N. Kirby, the Agent # 4
By Richard Vasseur
Title: Simon N. Kirby, the Agent # 4
Publisher: G-Man Comics
Writer: Rik Offenberger
Artist: Alan Faria
Letters: Eric N. Bennett
Script Editor: Lou Mougin
Production Editor: Jim Burrows
Cover: Alan Farla
Alternate Covers: Gross/Faria, Butler/Monsanto, Steven Butler
Price: $ 10.00 US (Print) 5.00 US (Digital)
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: Simon and Rob go fishing and yes they are both superheroes. For some reason, Metis and Sam are hired to kill Simon and Rob. Metis is drawn lovely a nice maple leaf on her chest and her butt is shown off beautifully.
When Metis attacks Sgt. Flag and the Agent are on the defensive and she is with Dark Warrior as well. Sgt. Flag takes the initiative and the Agent calls in backup. The G-Men against a group of mercenaries is not much of a fight there. Dark Warrior and Metis were impressive taking on Sgt. Flag and the Agent.
The fighting with these four is as much as hunters as warriors. All four make for great characters.
The back of this issue is filled with pin-up art as well as a write-up of lots of the various characters in this issue. You will learn all you need to know about them.
Sgt. Flag and the Agent have different personalities yet they do for the most part get along and they know they can depend on the other one one hundred percent. Both as well have American patriotic suits and names. This is not something that is mentioned yet it is clear to see. The rest of the G-Men do not which is good to see a nice mix of powers and abilities and nationalities. Metis from Canada would have been nicer to have had her in a longer story.