Human Target #1 4 Read & Download ☆ 4

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Human Target #1 4 Read & Download ☆ 4 ç [Download] ➺ Human Target #1 4 ➿ Peter Milligan – Helpyouantib.co.uk If your life is in danger call Christopher Chance A silky smooth master of impersonation Chance is an assassin's worst nightmare a man who can assume the identity of anyone marked for death and take o If your life E a man who can assume the identity of anyone marked for death and take out the assassins with brutal precision But impersonati. This is Milligan's take on the classic DC character Human Target a private investigator and bodyguard who is able to completely take on another's appearance and personality The plotting and concept reads like a Hollywood thriller but Milligan gives the story a darker psychological bent Unfortunately the length of the story doesn't give him the space to properly flesh out the central concept despite it being such an integral part of the story's themes Milligan never takes the time to show how the Human Target intuits a client's personality how they disassociate themselves from their own identity or how they change their appearance so convincingly it's just sort of assumed that all these things happen The writing is strong as is the art but it's difficult to take the story's concept seriously when it is sketched so vaguely

Peter Milligan ✓ 4 review

Ng an African American minister with a price on his head leaves Chance caught between a relentless hit man and a bloody gang wa. Great renewal of an old character A psychological thriller that deals with the issue of identity both in who we think we are and who we pretend to be Fantastic art by Biukovic who died much too soon the fluidity of motion and emotion he was able to render on the page is hard to match to this day

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Human Target #1 4If your life is in danger call Christopher Chance A silky smooth master of impersonation Chance is an assassin's worst nightmar. A one man Mission Impossible team Christopher Chance disguises himself as his clients and lives their lives in order to protect them from whatever danger they face—in effect he becomes a Human Target Originally created in the 70’s by Len Wein and Carmine Infantino this 1999 reboot could have used another issue to help set things up better and to help with the overall flow of the story it felt a little cramped and would probably leave a little lost anyone unfamiliar with Chance and why he does the things he does As it was Peter Milligan tells an interesting story where all the principles—the not so pure Rev James Earl stylish gangster and soon to be TV show consultant Dee Noyz assassin at large Emerald Human Target understudy Tom McFadden and Chance himself—all have secret lives that will come light I liked the dip into madness and potential loss of identity that Milligan brings to the concept and I especially loved the start of the climax where Chance unwittingly addresses to everyone gathered at the end about facing one’s self as they truly are in a moment of truth Those few pages held a cinematic flair and was the high point of the story Edvin Biukovic’s Art is crisp clean and carries the action uite well The story ends with one outstanding mystery—who wanted Christopher Chance dead The answer comes in the seuel the Final Cut