Off The Shelf: A Look At Velvet #1 Comic Review
Marvel studios’ highly anticipated movie Captain America: The Winter Soldier will hit theatres this spring. The creator of super villain the Winter Soldier is writer Ed Brubaker and he has reunited with Captain America illustrator Steve Epting in a brand new Image comic series titled Velvet.
Velvet is a dark espionage thriller set in the Cold War era. After an elite operative from a highly covert spy agency is assassinated, the Director’s personal assistant, Velvet Templeton, becomes entangled in a twisted murder conspiracy. But no knows about Velvet’s mysterious past. Velvet must draw upon her experience as a super-spy decades ago to stay alive and unravel the assassination plot.
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Posted on January 2, 2014, in Comics and tagged Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Ed Brubaker, Image Comics, Steve Epting, Velvet Comic Book Series, Velvet Issue #1 Comic Synopsis, Velvet Issue 1 Comic Review. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.