They get younger every year, those Russian oligarchs. Pouting his way through scenes of tropical and cultural splendor, Milan K. walks his bouffant across the globe in hopes of outrunning and outwitting the Russian mob that killed his father.
As if that’s not enough for a teen to handle, de facto dad Igor has him holed up in Los Feliz without a car. You know, keeping up appearances. His father may have had a handle on a sizeable fraction of Eastern Europe’s wealth, but all the rubles in the world won’t protect you from the Bratva’s bullets.
After checking out the Humanoids’ preview of Milan K., we get the feeling this fledgling man of mystery won’t be able to sit still for long.
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From Humanoids: He would become one of the world’s wealthiest men, dedicated to fighting for the oppressed, the ones lacking voice or power. But his tactics would prove far different from that of the charities and other humanitarian organizations of his time. He was to wage a ruthless war, fraught with great victories and just as great defeats.