Preview: Fleet-footed courier strives to survive hostile Honolulu in ‘Survival Fetish’
In Survival Fetish, the latest mini-series published by comic provocateurs Black Mask Studios, Patrick Kindlon teams with Antonio Fuso and Jim Campbell for a story that’s designed to get pulses racing in more ways than one.
For Saheer, racing across rooftops as a courier is no sweat. He’s agile, young and has a cavalier attitude towards heights. It’s who he shares these heights with that makes life rough: a multitude of militia and gangs, all taking shots at each other, innocent bystanders — Saheer. And, between bursts of gunfire, Saheer is beginning to think he’s not quite good enough at what he does to stay alive.
$3.99 | M | APRIL 18
From Black Mask Studios: Downtown Honolulu is a sniper alley, and Saheer runs it better than anyone. He’s a local celebrity for transporting medicine and information across a no-man’s land occupied by militias and street gangs.
But what people say about you is never the full story, and when the cheers die out Saheer is left with just his anxieties… and his secrets.
The first of a five-issue series that keeps its foot pressed on your adrenal gland.
From writer Patrick Kindlon (‘We Can Never Go Home’, ‘There’s Nothing There’, S.H.I.E.L.D.: Quake’) and illustrator Antonio Fuso (James Bond), ‘Survival Fetish’ is a pulse-pounding thrill-ride that mixes political intrigue with deep characters and high octane action.