RICH REVIEWS: Simon N. Kirby, the Agent # 6
By Richard Vasseur
Title: Simon N. Kirby, the Agent # 6
Publisher: G-Man Comics
Writer: Rik Offenberger
Artist: Alan Faria
Letters: Eric N. Bennett
Script Editor: Chris Squires
Production Editor: Jim Burrows
Cover: Alan Farla
Alternate Covers: Gilbert/Monsanto, Butler/Monsanto, Cody/Lidster, Steven Butler
Price: $ 10.00 US (Print) $ 5.00 US (Digital)
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: The traitor in their midst is found and dealt with. Things are tough for the Agent. Now he has a new boss, one who wants better from the Agent.
The Agent and Sgt. Flag find themselves in a fight against robots. The battle is all-out action. The robots are many and they do just keep coming as our heroes battle on.
General Nuisance leads the robots. The robots do seem endless. As the Agent, Simon does try to escape and it is a funny situation. Sgt. Flag definitely thinks so. The G-Men do seem to always show up when most needed. Beautiful hard-hitting women and strong-muscled males. The story does fly by. A bit more about who this General is is needed, you will hate him just by his looks and of course his actions. He is also a bit corny looking. All the heroes members of the G-Men that rush in are used way too little. It would be nice to see an entire issue that used them as well as the Agent and Sgt. Flag.
The two, Agent and Sgt. Flag do work well together and they are both heroes and tough ones.