The borg.com selection for best comic book series of 2013, Dynamite’s Miss Fury, continues to be an action-filled series in 2014, full of time travel, parallel histories, and an update to a classic and nostalgic superheroine. Add to that mobsters, Nazis, the Philadelphia Experiment, atomic age scientists, and an interstellar timeship, and the result is just plain fun.
Writer Rob Williams, artist Jack Herbert, and colorist Ivan Nunes have merged the future with the past, and thrown in some new, cool, supervillains on par with Deathstroke and the pantheon of bad guys from the Arrow TV series. Stuck out of time, Marla Drake has met and killed herself, and now she is forced into continuing to be an assassin to try to save a man from her past. But violent recurring, mind-numbing headaches are catching her off-guard, the result of popping across time. Can she take control of her actions and stop the madness before her own time is up?
After the break is a preview of Miss Fury, Issue #10, courtesy of Dynamite Comics:
Isn’t that Lee Marvin as the soldier?
Miss Fury, Issue #10, is available with covers by Billy Tan, Ardian Syaf, Colton Worley, and Dennis Calero (shown above). Catch up with past issues of Miss Fury with Miss Fury Volume 1: Anger Is An Energy, available from Amazon.com. Miss Fury, Issue #10, is available tomorrow at comic book stores everywhere.