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No, its fine :)
I am pretty sure you are right though.
I wouldn't mind a comic series in black and white again, but at the same time the colors here look very subtle, judging from the covers.
Also the pencils are incredibly detailed, looks like a very classy book anyways.
Oh good ..thank you, Sir.
What's the release date again? I'm anxious ok lol
Btw I googled VARGR ...I couldn't take it anymore.
In Norse mythology a vargr is a wolf. Now whether that's the meaning here or not ...or a dual meaning or a symbolic meaning I have no clue. I guess we will find out.
According to Warren Ellis, "VARGR is an Old Norse word meaning variously wolf, evildoer or destroyer." So, it could either be the name of the McGuffin, or an evil organization like SPECTRE. It hasn't been specified, yet.
Thanks for your response. I got curious and Googled "VARGR".
The title keeps being written as all caps so yeah you're right we will just have to find out.
is this the one you speak of? Well, they are the same black and white images now coloured.
Yeah that's it. Many many thanks.
Thank you again. I'm very anxious.
Here's a review.
So aparently the comics have black M?
Heh, welcome to 21st century were apparently having all white male characters is a deadly sin.