For months some of steered clear of the Stephen Baldwin mini-series The Remnant for fear it would be full of proselytizing in attempt to push a particular religious point of view.Â Â Iâ€™m pretty leery when it comes to these kinds of stories, but those that hint at the end of days can be an interesting read if the reader approaches the story from the essential good versus evil theme, and not one that pushes dogma.Â For three issues, David Sacker has been caught up in a mystery of those that want to do him harm, and those that are trying
Thriller the way I likes â€˜em When I decided to give The Remnant #1 a once over for a possible review, I didnâ€™t know I was getting myself into what could be the best thriller comic of the year.Â Â One would think almost getting blown up would be the worst thing that could happen in your day.Â For former CIA Agent David Sacker, things do get worse as his wife is picked up as a possible suspect, and then a stranger you saw at the scene of the crime shows up, uninvited at your house.
When Hollywood comes a calling to a comic publisher, itâ€™s usually to take a property and turn it into a motion picture. In the case of The Remnant, the situation is reversed, as Stephen Baldwin heads to Boom! Studios to create a tale filled with suspense and the supernatural.