Comic Book Review: The Private Eye by Brian K. Vaughan

 Dammit, Vaughan! I want more resolution than that. 

Well, maybe not. We got resolution in Pride of Baghdad

Ha! Bryan K. Vaughn is freaking awesome. I really enjoy his writing. It consistently keeps you interested in a riveting story and the regular laugh doesn’t hurt at all. 

Private Eye takes place in the near future, after the cloud “bursts” and everyone’s information – even their darkest online secrets – are made public online. Now everyone wears masks, uses pseudonyms, and does everything they can to hide their identity. P.I. is an investigator who gets caught up in something way bigger than what he usually deals with. (Don’t they all?)

But this is one of those stories that keeps your attention while everything is falling down around you, and you can’t stop reading. 

Highly recommended. But only if you like good, suspenseful writing. 

Thanks to NetGalley, Diamond, and Image Comics for a copy in return for an honest review.


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