Marnie’s situation grows even more dire as her “kill zone” expands. If it keeps growing at this rate, she’ll murder the entire city! Marnie does have one ally: a mysterious voice on the phone who tries to guide her to safety and help explain her predicament. But then why does he seem to be steering Marnie directly toward danger?
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Written by Duane Swierczynski
Art by Jason Felix
Lettering by Janice Chiang
Edited by Sandy King
Cover art by Tim Bradstreet
Issue #3 of 5.
34 feet and continues to expand. Marnie can’t seem to catch a break without casualties happening all around. It’s nice to see that they finally understand how to possibly control her strange circumstances, imagine not being able to sleep or eat and well, that’s how her radius shrinks down. However, oh yes the catch. Marnie has to stay calm.
On the other hand, nothing could be worse than having a suicide bomber machine come after you right? To help safely secure you from the general public, while you “try” to stay calm. Yeah you’d wish you were dead I bet, however Marnie could hold the key to a possible future outbreak cure. And the government wants it, if there is a “it” that is, at any cost necessary.
Two issues remain, can they finally secure Marnie safely from the public? Without anymore deaths? Or will the tolls keep climbing. Only time will tell and we won’t have to wait long for the remaining issues. February 26th 2020 is the next installment for Issue #4 of John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: Redhead. Stay tuned.
I’m still impressed how smoothly the text flow with the incredible realistic artwork, everything blends well. Great artwork shots, and it’s just a all around comic for everyone. Just don’t get to close, you may not live to see tomorrow if that’s the case.