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A troubled soul, set upon a path of vengeance he does not understand. An assassin without equal, trained in the most secret of killing techniques. A fl esh-and-blood specter, haunting the killers of the world. A monkey...with a gun. Bear witness as the legend is born! COLLECTING: Hit-Monkey #1-3, Hit-Monkey one-shot
Paperback, 96 pages
Published January 5th 2011 by Marvel
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Daniel Way can be a great writer. Sadly, he is wasted on this banana of a project. An unnamed assassin is on the run from a both a botched assignment and a double-cross. Heading into the mountains to escape his pursuers, the man is rescued from certain death by a clan of monkeys. Yes, you read that right - monkeys. As the assassin trains his body back into fighting shape, one tribe member mimics the fighting styles and techniques. As you can imagine, the assassin and the tribe are slaughtered by ...more
Joshua Bonno
That was a fun read.
A monkey is lead, on a quest for vengeance, by a hit mans ghost.
Thus - Hit-Monkey is taking it to the
I recommend if you like ludicrous action And Kung fu.
I'd recommend listening to wu-tangs 36 chambers while reading this if you like that kinda music. Which if you do-- you'd probably at least enjoy this.
Dalibor Talajic illustrates a gem on this one too.
Also -- the despicable/villainous Bullseye makes an appearance on the hit-monkeys growing hit list.
Gayle Francis Moffet
This is not a book full of substance and deep character moments. It's not a book about true character or arcs or anything like that. It really boils down to a yes or no question:

Do you want to read a story about a monkey who is trained to be an assassin by the ghost of the assassin who is responsible for the death of his monkey friends?

If you said yes, read this book. If you said no, do not read this book. If you said maybe, consider that it is only four issues of content and know that the monke
Bookworm Amir
It was a short read, a graphic novel to be exact. Follows a predictable, flat, plot line that one can find in most action Hollywood movies (where the family/tribe has been taken away, protagonist wants to have revenge, revenge consumes him negatively, learns to be better, kills off his targets, the end).

Except that ... this time in place, its a red faced macaque.

Nothing really special in the story really, very cliched action story (just that the assassin/protagonist is a monkey, who can't even
This was a fun little story-arc of Way's creation: Hit-Monkey. A really well-told shoot-em-up, assassin story featuring a Monkey as the assassin. What else is there to say except: awesome!
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