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Trekker: The Train to Avalon Bay

3.92  ·  Rating Details ·  13 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
New Gelaph's baddest bounty hunter, Mercy St. Clair, is in desperate need of a vacation, and her friend Molly isn't going to take no for an answer. But when their train to the Avalon Bay resort is attacked by armed men, Mercy has to ditch her evening wear in exchange for a pair of high-powered guns. Collects installments from Dark Horse Presents #24–#29.

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Paperback, 96 pages
Published April 22nd 2014 by Dark Horse Books (first published April 15th 2014)
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Jul 22, 2014 Gina rated it liked it
I have mixed feelings about this. There is a complex and powerful female character, which is nice, but I feel like the way she is drawn is kind of objectifying, which undercuts the characterization somewhat. This is a common issue, which oddly has not reconciled me to it. Pencils are nonetheless well-done.

There are two stories. The first, "The Train to Avalon Bay" covers familiar territory, with most of the twists being pretty visible. The final resolution is well handled though, and the inks ar
Mar 02, 2016 Brian rated it liked it
It's been quite a while since I've read any stories featuring TREKKER. It was nice to find this book and get reacquainted with an old friend.
The story really wasn't all that original, but it was a well told tale.
Ron Randall draws some pretty ladies, but is also good with pacing and overall storytelling.
Colors by Jeremy Coldwell are a perfect match for the art.

Also, fun back up story that features Karl Kesel's JOHNNY ZOMBIE.

Toss in a handful of pinups, and you got a solid read.
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Ron Randall has been working professionally as an illustrator and storyteller for over twenty years. He has worked for all major US comic publishers including DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, Image and many others, and commercial clients include Disney, Nike, Lucas Film, SeaWorld and Playstation. He has provided exceptional art for some of the biggest brands in comics, from Star Wars to Predator to Venom.
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