The Fuse #1



❰Epub❯ ➚ The Fuse #1 Author Antony Johnston – E17streets4all.co.uk THE RUSSIA SHIFT, Part OneWorking homicide , miles up on an orbiting energy platform, in a five mile long jury rigged steel city stuffed with a half million people, with no help from your so called co THE RUSSIA SHIFT, Part OneWorking homicide , miles up on an orbiting energy platform, in a five mile long jury rigged steel city stuffed with a half million people, with no help from your so called colleagues back on Earth, is The Fuse PDF or than toughit s murder Cynical, foul mouthed veteran ANTONY JOHNSTON UMBRAL, Wasteland, Daredevil gets partnered with fresh faced idealist JUSTIN GREENWOOD Wasteland, Resurrection for a new crime series with attitude Murder, mayhem, and mystery , miles straight up.The Fuse #1

Sign up for Antony s newsletter at tinyletter RQ Antony Johnston is a New York Times bestselling writer and podcaster The Charlize Theron movie ATOMIC BLONDE is based on his graphic novel his BRIGITTE SHARP thrillers are critically acclaimed and DEAD The Fuse PDF or SPACE, his first videogame, redefined its genre He also hosts the podcast WRITING AND BREATHINGAntony s books, graphic novels, and videogames include THE EXPHORIA CODE, THE TEMPUS PROJECT, DAREDEVIL, SHANG CHI, SHADOW OF MORDOR, the ALEX RIDER graphic novels, the adaptation of Alan Moore s lost screenplay FASHION BEAST, andHe lives and works in England.

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  • Antony Johnston
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  • 08 March 2019

10 thoughts on “The Fuse #1

  1. says:

    I love cop shows television staples such CSI and its ilk, Castle, et al So it is no surprise that I enjoyed this new Image title by Johnston and Greenwood and gave it four stars.There s a lotto it than being a cop show It s set in space station in geostationary orbit to Earth, so it hasthan a foot in sci fi, another of my genre favorites I also like it the writer moved away from naming an American lead and gave us a German and a Russian odd couple.I could see myself gobblingI love cop shows television staples such CSI and its ilk, Castle, et al So it is no surprise that I enjoyed this new Image title by Johnston and Greenwood and gave it four stars.There s a lotto it than being a cop show It s set in space station in geostationary orbit to Earth, so it hasthan a foot in sci fi, another of my genre favorites I also like it the writer moved away from naming an American lead and gave us a German and a Russian odd couple.I could see myself gobblingissues of this book It has an American flavor but could have an international appeal I certainly like it and I m not American

  2. says:

    Interesting start to what might be a good series to delve into soon.

  3. says:

    Art Love the style hard angles and effective coloring Faces however seem a little flat and less distinguished between individuals than I would like.Story crime noir predicted the villain early on BUT it was a good introduction story into what I suspect will be a deeper character driven arc that has yet to unfold.Characters LOVE When do you get a crime saga in space where the lead detective is a silver haired Russian female lead who is probably older than your grandmother but witty and Art Love the style hard angles and effective coloring Faces however seem a little flat and less distinguished between individuals than I would like.Story crime noir predicted the villain early on BUT it was a good introduction story into what I suspect will be a deeper character driven arc that has yet to unfold.Characters LOVE When do you get a crime saga in space where the lead detective is a silver haired Russian female lead who is probably older than your grandmother but witty and spry as a young Buffy Give her a mysterious young male German, Black partner whose motivations for leaving earth to live on a space station still recovering from violent race riots that left many deadand yeah you NEVER get this kind of pairing It s fantastic and I m hoping that this volume s weaknesses are the usual stumbles when a new complex world is trying to establish its footing, provide a compelling one shot story while allowing a deeper andsatisfying flavor to develop

  4. says:

    Antony Johnston and Justin Greenwood s THE FUSE volume 1 is a sharp and twisted hardboiled detective cum science fiction thriller It s the homicide beat on an orbiting space platform, home to half a million people, with all the class divisions and corrupt politics you might have thought were better left behind on Earth The cast is fully multicultural, but this is no post racism paradise everybody remembers the racism, and past riots, that have informed this society on every level Johnston s Antony Johnston and Justin Greenwood s THE FUSE volume 1 is a sharp and twisted hardboiled detective cum science fiction thriller It s the homicide beat on an orbiting space platform, home to half a million people, with all the class divisions and corrupt politics you might have thought were better left behind on Earth The cast is fully multicultural, but this is no post racism paradise everybody remembers the racism, and past riots, that have informed this society on every level Johnston s writing is sharp, Greenwood s illustrations are sharply etched and dramatic, and the colors by Shari Chankhamma are nicely lurid oversaturated in a really downer, almost bad trip sort of way The overall message is that you can t escape and you can t win, and accelerationist technology will not get us out of our current social mess

  5. says:

    A nifty whodunnit with great characters and a setting that s out of this world XD

  6. says:

    This one really got me hooked, so badly I am already looking up it s series lol.

  7. says:

    Teaser for an outer space ,buddy cop series.The space station is a city in space A salt and pepper team of cops are investigating a set of murders of the cities poor Looks good.

  8. says:

    A bit rough and underdeveloped visually if it s trying to build a believable reality , but it kept my interest Detective crime meets SPACE I will buy issue 2 if I find it someday.

  9. says:

    Fans of police procedurals, mysteries, and graphic novels will all be able to enjoy this new series Set on an orbiting energy platform, the story follows newly arrived detective Ralph Dietrich and his partner superior officer Sgt Klem Ristovych as they try to solve a pair of baffling homicides Many of us know that the first day on a new job can be rough, but try having a murder victim drop dead right in front of you before you have even made it out of the shuttle port Dietrich starts his fir Fans of police procedurals, mysteries, and graphic novels will all be able to enjoy this new series Set on an orbiting energy platform, the story follows newly arrived detective Ralph Dietrich and his partner superior officer Sgt Klem Ristovych as they try to solve a pair of baffling homicides Many of us know that the first day on a new job can be rough, but try having a murder victim drop dead right in front of you before you have even made it out of the shuttle port Dietrich starts his first shift without any warm up time as they begin the investigation into the death of a homeless woman, only to find a second victim on the steps of City Hall Surveillance video is scarce, venturing into the warrens inside the hatches and access ways that the homeless cablers inhabit is risky, and City Hall is stonewalling their questioning not exactly an ideal atmosphere to find answers.If you enjoyed the irascible medical officer in Sean Connery s movie Outland, then you ll probably feel the same way about Ristovych Her supervisor says he expects Klem to retire when they push her out an airlock Dietrich isof the fresh faced and earnest rookie type, even though he is already an experienced homicide detective on Earth before he transfers to the Fuse His back story is left for us to discover in later volumes, although we do find out that Klem has been around since the orbital platform was under construction she s one of the FGU first guys up in Fuse slang.Interesting characters, a twisty plot for them to unravel, and a cool setting all make this a book to kickback and lose yourself in.I read an e book provided by the publisher through NetGalley

  10. says:

    Detective story police procedural set on The Fuse, a space station that was originally supposed to just be a power station but which has developed over decades to be a giant city in space, complete with social levels, neighborhoods, politicians, police, schools, and homeless citizens An experienced police officer with an excellent record volunteers to transfer up to the Fuse, which causes question from his new, experienced partner who is used to forced transfers of trouble makers But before lo Detective story police procedural set on The Fuse, a space station that was originally supposed to just be a power station but which has developed over decades to be a giant city in space, complete with social levels, neighborhoods, politicians, police, schools, and homeless citizens An experienced police officer with an excellent record volunteers to transfer up to the Fuse, which causes question from his new, experienced partner who is used to forced transfers of trouble makers But before long they are caught up in the murders of two homeless people, a man and a woman, happening on the same day with the same method of death, but not near each other, and the investigation embroils them in local politics References to race riots let readers know that racial tensions still exist, although possibly lessons have been learned A decent mystery, some intrigue around the backgrounds of the police characters, and a teaser of an ending to let you know there isto the story of the new detective s transfer.Good for older teens and adults who like a myster with a bit of thriller I ll seek out future trade editions to find outof the story

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